Who we are

Honorary Trustee

Stephen Kinnock MP
Honorary Trustee

MP for Aberavon, Politician, Former Director of the World Econmic Forum and son of former Leader of the Labour Party and MP Neil Kinnock

David Rees AM
Honorary Trustee

David is the Assembly Member for the Aberavon constituency and a true native of Aberavon, David is currently the Chair of the Health and Social Care Committee in the Assembly. 

The Trust Committee

The Trust Committee are voted in annually by our trustees on our annual general meeting.

Hugh James

Hugh is the local Councillor for Briton Ferry West, a co-founder of the Trust, a great local artist and avid GWR enthusiast.

Barry Cosker
Vice Chairman

Barry is a local resident and one of the co-founders of the Trust, a keen historian and community organiser.

Sian James

Sian specialises in EU Funding and project co-ordinator, also invloved with the local amateur dramatics society.

Neil Williams

Neil is a local businessman which specialises in web development, data storage, social media & digital online marketing


Ben Sutcliffe Davies

Ben is a local businessman and qualified Marine Surveyor with 35 years experience in the marine industry,

Jonathan Davies

Jonathan is a retired history teacher & Head of Department of nearly 40 years experience in 11-18 Comprehensive and the lecture organiser for the Neath Antiquarians Society.

Jack Williams

Jack is a Graphic Designer, Marketer and E-commerce specialist, specialising in branding awareness.

Sylvia John

Sylvia is a local resident and one of the co-founders of the Trust, a local resident and community organiser.

Jamie Voisey
Advisory Role

Jamie is the current Harbour Master for the Neath Port Authority. Serving the areas of Neath & Port Talbot

John Edwards

John is a local resident and one of the co-founders of the Trust, an active community organiser and fund raiser.

Luigi Dimaio

Luigi is a Qualified Solicitor dealing with specialising in probate and administration of estates, attorneyships and administration of trusts.

As our trust at present is working to become a charitable incorporated organisation our project depends on funding and donations.

By donating you will become a member of the Trust and will be updated with regular news updates and important information from the Trust.