|This article relies largely or entirely on a single source. (May 2016)|
|Member of the Northern Ireland Assembly
for Antrim South
7 March 2007 – 2 March 2017
|Preceded by||Paul Girvan|
|Born||28 July 1967|
|Political party||Democratic Unionist Party|
Trevor Clarke (born 28 July 1967) is a Democratic Unionist Party politician in Northern Ireland. He was elected in 2007, and re-elected in 2011 to the Northern Ireland Assembly as a Democratic Unionist Party (DUP) member for South Antrim: he was defeated in the 2017 election. He is active in the Orange order and attends Second Randalstown Presbyterian Church.
Trevor Clarke spoke out upon the discovery of a pipe bomb in Steeple saying, "Incidents of this kind need to stop immediately, and it is time people moved on from involvement in this mindless activity."
- "Viable pipe bomb found in Steeple - Antrim times". Antrim Times. Retrieved 23 August 2012.
- Sir Elton John criticises Trevor Clarke Aids comments BBC News 2 December 2016
- Profile, dup.org.uk; accessed 15 May 2016.
|Northern Ireland Assembly|
|MLA for Antrim South
2007 - 2017
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