Supporting local communities and businesses

We are lucky to live in one of the most beautiful places in Britain and we need to work together to keep our towns and villages vibrant. I work closely with Parish Councils and community groups throughout the constituency to ensure that our towns and villages are great places to live, work and visit. 


2022 will be a year to remember

In his first column of the year for the Times of Tunbridge Wells, Greg looks forward to 2022 and hopes that from Covid to Her Majesty the Queen's Platinum Jubillee, it will be a year to remember and enjoy. For the full article, click here. 

The security of women and girls is a priority

Greg has used today's column to reflect on the sense of revulsion, grief and insecurity felt in the community following the revelation of the shocking crimes committed by David Fuller and the need to ensure the women and girls of Tunbridge Wells always feel safe when going about their daily lives

Greg meets the NFU

Greg met with members of the local branch of the National Farmers Union today at the headquarters of Cottage Farm Ltd in Horsmonden to discuss issues impacting the rural community and businesses.

Greg sees high-tech apple harvesting in action

Apple picking was in full swing when Greg visited Adrian Scripps Ltd – one of the UK’s largest fruit growers who are based in Five Oak Green.   The harvest has been revolutionised by the use of state-of-the-art picking platforms which increases the speed of picking by around 25%.