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Sartori Home Furnishings & Warehouse – Announce Move

The Paul Sartori Foundation, Pembrokeshire’s only Hospice at Home Service, is pleased to announce the relocation of its warehouse from Unit 79, Honeyborough Business Park Neyland to Snowdrop Lane Haverfordwest.  The Foundation will open its doors on Thursday 1st September with an official opening planned for Thursday 17th September 2016 to be attended by Ian Westley Chairman of Pembrokeshire County Council and Mayor of Haverfordwest.

The Paul Sartori Foundation, one of Pembrokeshire’s largest local independent charities has 11 retail outlets including the Warehouse facility all of which financially support the valuable free of charge, 365 day a year Hospice at Home services.

The well-known Rickard family have run Cartletts from the site in Haverfordwest, until recently, and have leased the premises to the Foundation to allow the charity to support and expand the retail and warehouse facilities.  This store is easily accessible with ample parking on the outskirts of Haverfordwest being a short drive from the main town.

“This new move is a great opportunity for us as we are struggling with space at our current premises at Honeyborough due generous furniture donations from the general public.  We are fortunate to have secured such a property to give us plenty of room to stock furniture for customers; a good sized storage and distribution area will enhance our facilities as well as offering improved support to our shops and dedicated team of volunteers”, said Tim Davies, Head of Retail from the Paul Sartori Foundation adding “During the move our Honeyborough Warehouse will be closed to the public from Wednesday 24th August, until we re-open at Snowdrop Lane on Thursday 1st September”.

“We are supported by an enthusiastic team of volunteers, who have been working tirelessly to open the store on time”, commented Jay Oatley, Warehouse Manager of the Sartori Home Furnishings & Warehouse adding, “We are now making an appeal for volunteers in our new store and welcome enquiries.”

The Sartori Stores, aren’t just any old outlets, they are retail outlets where you can buy quality donated clothes, antiques, jewellery, vintage/retro items and furniture while supporting Pembrokeshire’s only Hospice at Home Care Service.  Volunteer roles are varied and include customer service assistants and warehouse van drivers.

The Paul Sartori Foundation has several types of stores around Pembrokeshire that specialise in items of interest.  The majority of stores sell quality furniture items, whilst Nostalgia specialises in vintage, retro, furniture and clothes, with Sartori Style in Haverfordwest stocking designer clothes and bridal ware.

The Sartori Home Furnishings & Warehouse store is the main distribution centre and is vital in collecting and distributing thoughtful donations, sharing the stock amongst all of its stores throughout the county.

Pictured: New Warehouse for the Paul Sartori Foundation

Warehouse Snowdrop Lane

Sartori Store & Home Furnishing, Pembroke Dock Announce Move

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New premises for the Paul Sartori Foundation Pembroke Dock

The Paul Sartori Foundation, Pembrokeshire’s only Hospice at Home Service, is pleased to announce its relocation from 29 Dimond Street to 46 Dimond Street Pembroke Dock.  The Paul Sartori Foundation, one of Pembrokeshire’s largest local independent charities has 11 retail outlets throughout the county.

The Todaro family from Milford Haven have leased the premises to the Foundation to allow them to expand their store to include Home Furnishings.  This long awaited store, with easy access for all, is in an ideal location for the visitors to Pembroke Dock, based in the main town.

Tim Davies, Head of Retail from the Paul Sartori Foundation said, “We are fortunate to have secured such a property to enable us to expand our store and stock more furniture items to offer more to the people of Pembroke Dock and the surrounding area”.

Amanda-Jane Myatt, Store Manager of Pembroke Dock and Pembroke added, “All our Sartori Stores are manned by an enthusiastic team of volunteers who work tirelessly sorting and selling donated goods within Pembrokeshire.  We are now appealing for help in our Pembroke Dock store”.

The Sartori Stores, aren’t just any old outlets, they are retail outlets where you can buy quality donated clothes, antiques, jewellery, vintage/retro items and furniture while supporting Pembrokeshire’s only Hospice at Home Care Service.

The Paul Sartori Foundation has several types of stores around Pembrokeshire that specialise in items of interest.  The majority of stores sell quality furniture items, whilst Nostalgia specialises in vintage, retro, furniture and clothes, with Sartori Style in Haverfordwest stocking designer clothes and bridal ware.

The services provided by the Paul Sartori Foundation are free of charge, available 24 hours a day, 365 days a year and enable people who are living in the later stages of life to die at home if that is their wish. With dignity, independence, pain free and surrounded by those they hold most dear.

Further information on the charity, or if you can offer your time and would like to volunteer please visit their new store, visit their website www.paulsartori.org, or phone 01437 763223.

Live in a Grand Charity Concert

Live in a Grand Charity Concert

Hero’s raised money for the local Hospice at Home Service!

Pictured (left to right): Cllr Dennis Evans, Mayor of Pembroke; “Hero”: Shawnee Roberts; Toni Dorkings, Community Fundraiser for the Paul Sartori Foundation; “Hero”: Lucy Rogers and Mayoress of Pembroke Rita Evans

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The Paul Sartori Foundation’s first Steps for Sartori Hero Walk was held in glorious sunshine on Sunday 3rd July 2016 organised to support its free services that it provides in the county of Pembrokeshire to support  people living in the later stages of any life limiting illness.

Registration and fundraising brought in just over £1300 profit for the Paul Sartori Foundation.  This event, scheduled to be an annual fundraiser for the Foundation started and finished at Pembroke Castle with various route options catering for all abilities with the furthest one heading to Neyland Marina.

Costumes were imaginative and colourful with many participants dressing up as their hero’s including Batman, a nurse and a footballer!  Walkers were welcomed by Pembroke Mayor Dennis Evans and Mayoress Rita Evans and the event was attended by Pembroke Castle resident, Dewi The Dragon.  All heros were presented with a goody bag sponsored by Tesco after the event as a thank you from the Foundation for raising much needed funds.

Toni Dorkings, Community Fundraiser for the Paul Sartori Foundation spokeswomen for the Hero Walk highlighted “The atmosphere on the day was fantastic, with many of our “Heros” dressing up as their favourite heros”, adding “support from Pembroke Castle was key for the event as we could not have wished for such a great venue”.

Local support for this event is crucial to its success and the Paul Sartori Foundation fundraising department is encouraging businesses to sign up with teams and individuals with families for next year’s event.

The services provided by the Paul Sartori Foundation are free of charge, available 24 hours a day, 365 days a year and enable people who are living in the later stages of life to die at home if that is their wish. With dignity, independence, pain free and surrounded by those they hold most dear.

Further information on the charity, can be found by visiting their website www.paulsartori.org, or by phoning 01437 763223.

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