Caroline serves on the Governing Body of the Church in Wales, lives in Abergavenny and is Chairman of the Trust.
Until his retirement Fr Martin combined the office of Archdeacon of Margam with responsibility for a parish in the Diocese of Llandaff. He lives in Brecon and serves the Trust as Deputy Chairman.
As eldest son of the late Wilfred and Helen Davies, Peter spent much of his early life at the Monastery. He is a retired general practitioner, lives in Abergavenny and is Secretary to the Trust.
Until his retirement Hugh was a parish priest in the Church in Wales, but is now a lay member of the Eastern Orthodox Church. He lives in Devon.
Fr Jeremy is a native of Abergavenny. He is Vicar of Thorpe-le-Soken in the Diocese of Chelmsford.
For many years Andrew has been Secretary of the Monmouth diocesan chapter of the Guild of the Servants of the Sanctuary. He lives in Abertillery and as Master of Ceremonies plays an important part in organising the annual Pilgrimage.
Stanley and his wife Karol took over the Monastery from the Davies family in 1985. They now divide their time between Capel-y-ffin and a house in France.
As the Manager of Monmouthshire Museums, Rachael has responsibility for the Father Ignatius collection of documents and artefacts in Abergavenny Museum.
Until 2013 Fr Bernard was Vicar of Holy Trinity, Abergavenny. He is now a priest of the Personal Ordinariate of Our Lady of Walsingham in the Roman Catholic Church, Director of Religious Education in Schools for the Archdiocese of Cardiff and administrator of the Catholic parish of Usk.
Fr Mark Soady is Vicar of St Mary’s Priory Church in Abergavenny, and is Prior of the Holywell Community.
Debbie was a Trustee for many years and is now an Emeritus Trustee. She is the daughter of Douglas Lyne, through whom she has links to the Lyne family. She lives in London.
Philip is a well-known sculptor who acts as a consultant to the Trust. Based in Swansea, his recent commissions have included statues of the Blessed Virgin in Monmouth and at Tintern Abbey, carved capitals at Pluscarden Abbey and a statue of St Aelred for the Cistercian community on Caldey Island.