Here you can find out more about both Councillor Mary Clark and Councillor David Fraser.
Councillor Mary Clark is leader of the Kingston Independent Residents Group and a councillor for Old Malden, elected in 2014. Prior to this, Mary was a St. James Ward Councillor between 2006 and 2010.
Mary is a keen campaigner in Malden and Coombe, having lived in New Malden since 1939 – she loves our town and is chair of the local Heritage Society, which she founded in 2012.
Mary is currently leading a number of local campaigns, including the restoration of Old Malden Pond and play equipment for local children.
Councillor David Fraser has served on the Council for thirty years, including three terms as Deputy Mayor. A retired social worker, he spends much of his spare time helping disadvantaged families.
He was awarded an MBE for his community work, including raising funds for an electric wheel-chair for a double amputee and a walking brace for a young teenager. At the time of the EU ‘butter mountain’ he personally delivered surplus butter to each elderly and disabled resident in his ward.
Today he is active on behalf of the Kingston Association for the Blind, Arthritis Care, Smith’s Charity (Parish of St John’s), the Horton League of Friends, and is a a governor of Richard Challoner School and President of the Motspur Park Horticultural Society. He led the fight against a proposal close South Lane from the A3, which would have affected residents on the Painters Estate.
Mary and David have the pleasure of helping a large number of Old Malden residents every year – If you would like their help, please click ‘Contact Us’ or make an appointment to see them at one of their twice-monthly surgeries.