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First Triathlon in Australia raises funds for Paul Sartori


Photo – Pictured Ed Morris who completed his First Triathlon

Ed Morris raises money for the Paul Sartori Foundation from half way across the World in memory of his father and to give something back to the charity.  Ed decided to embark on his first triathlon in Huskisson, Jervis Bay in Australia in recognition of the care and support given to his father by the Foundation.

Ed messaged us after completing the challenge on 20th February and explained, “It was tough and I needed every bit of support I could get!  I managed to finish in 5h 53m which was roughly what I was aiming for so quite happy, also very happy it’s over!”, continuing “The donations are still coming in to the Paul Sartori Foundation and I am glad I can help and give something back for all the support that my family received in our time of need”.

Thank you from us all Ed in allowing us to continue to provide our vital services.  What a challenge you have completed – Well done!  The Paul Sartori Hospice at Home Service provides a range of services to people living in the final stages of a life limiting illness.

Memorial Coffee Morning benefits Paul Sartori Foundation


Photo – pictured: Left to right – Bernard Williams, Judith Williams External Fundraiser for the Paul Sartori Foundation and Ann Williams

Bernard and Ann Williams from Llandeloy recently organised a Coffee Morning in the village of Llanrhian near St Davids, in memory of their best man, Vernon Davies raising £600 for the Paul Sartori Foundation.

Bernard and Ann have been married for 50 years and celebrated their special anniversary in May 2016.  They have been friends with Vernon for 61 years and in recognition for support given to Vernon by the Foundation wanted to give something back.

The coffee morning was well attended by the local community in memory of Vernon Davies of Llandeloy, beloved husband to Gloria.  “We were really pleased with the final amount raised and want to thank everybody who helped”, said Ann, adding “And delighted to have given this to Paul Sartori who were there for Vernon, Gloria and the family”.

Paul Sartori Foundation named Port’s Charitable Cause of the year


Photo caption: Charity Manager at the Paul Sartori Foundation Sandra Dade and PR and Communications Executive at the Port of Milford Haven Sara Andrew

Staff at the Port of Milford Haven have selected the Paul Sartori Foundation as their 2017 Charitable Cause of the Year.

Each year, the 170-strong workforce vote for a charitable organisation within Pembrokeshire to support both financially and through a wide range of fundraising and volunteering activities.

The Paul Sartori Foundation was formed in the 1980s and offers specialised, supportive care and advice for those in the later stages of any life-limiting illness. Over the past year they have supported 820 people across Pembrokeshire, providing over 17,000 hours of care.

Charity Manager Sandra Dade welcomed the news, saying “The Paul Sartori Foundation is thrilled that the Port of Milford Haven team have selected us as their charitable cause of the year. Support from local businesses such as this helps our charity in many ways to sustain our vital Hospice at Home service. This announcement has sent a real buzz amongst our own team and we are all looking forward to working together with the Port throughout our special 35th anniversary year.”

PR and Communications Manager at the Port of Milford Haven, Anna Malloy, commented “The work of the Paul Sartori Foundation and its wonderful team of staff and volunteers is providing a much valued service across Pembrokeshire and we’re delighted to be able to support them throughout 2017. Our staff are always keen to help out with our elected charity and there will be plenty for us to get involved with over the next twelve months.”

For more information on the Paul Sartori Foundation please visit their website


 Notes to Editors

 Port of Milford Haven

The Port of Milford Haven is the UK’s top energy port and Wales’ busiest port handling around 20% of Britain’s seaborne trade in oil and gas.  It is widely recognised in the industry as the energy capital of the UK.

The Port, along with the cluster of energy-related businesses along the Waterway, is a key driver of economic activity in Pembrokeshire, attracting inward investment and supporting over 4,000 jobs.

The Port of Milford Haven also owns and operates Pembroke Port and Milford Dock.  Activities such as cargo handling, ferry operations, fish landing and cruise calls as well as a first class marina are spread across these two sites.

One of the most prominent on the West Coast, the Port is in the heart of the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park, the only Coastal National Park in Great Britain. It is marked as a Special Area of Conservation (SAC) and has many areas designated as Sites of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI).

The Port of Milford Haven is a trust port – an independent, commercially run organisation that has statutory responsibilities governed by its Acts, to maintain and improve navigation and the provision of Port and Harbour services and facilities.  Additionally, the Port provides significant financial and in-kind support to a wide variety of local causes.  All profits are retained within the business to fund these objectives.

For further information, visit or contact:

Anna Malloy
Port of Milford Haven
01646 696100

Memorial Concert & Auction benefits Paul Sartori Foundation and Macmillan


Photo – pictured: Top left to right – Sue Reece, Fundraising Manager for West Wales, Macmillan Cancer Support, June Harries and Sandra Dade, Charity Manager for Paul Sartori Foundation.  Bottom left to right – Amy, Harry and Ben Phillips-Harries (June’s grand-children)

June Harries along with her supportive family and friends recently organised a Concert and Auction at Clarbeston Road Memorial Hall in memory of Phil Harries.

The memorial concert and auction held on 24th September raised a total of £6,100 for two charities the Paul Sartori Foundation and Macmillan Cancer Support each receiving half.  Both organisations offered support to June’s husband during his illness and June wanted to give something back.

June’s family were a fundamental support to her during the organisation of the event.  “Three of my grandchildren attended, Ben, Harry and Amy and were a great help on the evening”, commented June, adding “The event was well supported by the local community and I want to thank everybody for attending and making it a very special occasion”.

Appearing on the evening were Harmoni and West Wales Show Choir, Soloists Pippa Williams, Anthony Morgan and Gwyn Morris who delivered a wonderful concert to the audience.  The evening also featured a great family auction, with prizes donated from local individuals and businesses along with a raffle with “a gardener for a half day” prize!  The highlight of the night included members of the Llys Y Fran YFC and Clarbeston Road AFC performing a hilarious “Calendar Boys” sketch.

Sandra Dade, Paul Sartori Foundation Charity Manager thanked the family for their crucial support adding, “The amazing amount you have raised will directly help people in Pembrokeshire, and ensure that we can continue to offer the vital care and support to people living in the county with a life limiting illness.”

Sue Reece, Fundraising Manager for Macmillan, said ‘we are very grateful to June and her family for choosing to raise money for Macmillan. Without such kind donations we would not be able to provide support and advice to people affected by cancer in the local community.’

Memorial concerts and events like these are crucial to the Paul Sartori Foundation, with the local community always coming up with new ways of fundraising in memory of someone special.  If you have an idea for a local fundraiser, but would like some help and advice, the Foundation urges you to contact Toni Dorkings, the Community Fundraiser either via email or by phoning 01437 763223.

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 any life limiting illness 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, please visit, or phone 01437 763223.

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