“I feel very honoured to be a Patron of Mental Health Resource as it provides such a valuable service to our local area.  It’s somewhere that people can discuss their problems in a relaxed and friendly environment and make new friends, as well as learn new skills and take part in many different activities.  We are incredibly lucky to have such a unique resource in our town.”

Greg Clark MP for Tunbridge Wells.

Greg Clark MP Patron at Mental Health Resource

Greg Clark is a British Conservative Party politician who has served as Member of Parliament for Tunbridge Wells since 2005.

Greg lives in Tunbridge Wells with his family and enjoys spending his weekends taking his children to watch football, walking his dog and participating in the occasional Parkrun.

Born in Middlesbrough, Greg Clark attended the local St Peter's Comprehensive, South Bank. He went on to study Economics at Cambridge University and was awarded his PhD at the London School of Economics.

Before being elected to Parliament in 2005, Greg worked for the Boston Consulting Group and as the BBC's head of Commercial Policy, and was Director of Policy for the Conservative Party.

Greg has served as a Government minister for nine years continuously, five in Cabinet, including most recently as Secretary of State for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy.

Greg has been a Patron of Mental Health Resource for many years and has frequently visited us to find out more about our work and talk to clients about their needs. He regularly supports us with fundraising and raises awareness of our work.