About the Trust
Stefanie van Stokkom (Maternity Cover)
Stefanie is responsible for the day-to-day management of Llanthony Secunda Priory. Contact Stefanie if you have any queries about visiting, meetings and venue hire, volunteering and events.
Contact Edwina with matters relating to the Re-formation Project’s capital works.
The Llanthony Secunda Priory Trust consists of trustees who are also directors of the charitable trust. Their wide-ranging backgrounds, breadth of knowledge and associated skills contribute to the success of the Trust.
Jeremy Williamson, Acting Chairman
Peter Evans, Treasurer
Liz Griffiths, Secretary
In addition to Trustees, we also have Members of the Trust who assist and advise on specific aspects of the Trust’s work.
New trustees and members welcome
Llanthony Secunda Priory Trust is continuously looking for new Trustees and Members, to support its work as we move into the next exciting phase of the Priory's Reformation.
After 10 years of hard work to secure the survival of Llanthony's historic buildings and grounds, we are now focusing on establishing and actively running Llanthony Secunda as a heritage venue.
To find out more about how you can get involved, and how to apply, please click here.
Supporters of the Trust
The Trust has received invaluable support to enable it to progress and provide the resources to conserve what is a unique national heritage. Support has been financial, expertise, fundraising, events and encouragement.
Organisations who have provided financial support through grants over the past five years include:
- Historic England
- All Churches Trust
- Architectural Heritage Fund
- Country Houses Foundation
- Garfield Weston
- Gloucester Environmental Trust
- Gloucester City Council
- Lennox and Wyfold Foundation
- Notgrove Trust
- Pilgrim Trust
- Summerfield Trust
- Sylvia Waddilove
- Wolfson Foundation
Organisations and individuals who have provided resources, facilities and encouragement:
- Gloucestershire College
- Barnwood Construction
- Guildhall Gloucester
- Marketing Gloucester
- Carrie Horwood, - Cats Eye Carving
- Kirstie Bennett
- Gloucester Civic Trust
- Gloucester Conservation Volunteers
Llanthony Reformation Project
A brief description of the Llanthony Reformation Project 2013-2018 is available on request. It gives the scope of the project, milestones and what has been achieved.
The Trustees Report and Unaudited Financial Statement for year ending Feb 2018 is available on request.
The Trust has a full range of policies for managing this heritage asset. These are available on request to the Heritage Manager. Policies include:
- Health and Safety
- Accessibility statements