1993 F.R.A.M.E started up with 8 people with MIH Wanting Meaningful Occupation Based in Merlin’s Bridge Club
1994 Achieved Charitable Status
1995 Move to dedicated premises in Johnston
1997 Shop in Haverfordwest opens
1998 First staff employed
2000 Name changed to ‘Pembrokeshire FRAME Limited’
2002 Grant to employ Client Support Worker SLA with CTLD
2003 Support 66 people offering 6600 training days. Turnover £200k. 3100 Collections (433 t) Re-use 60%. Cleanstream Grant
Pilot Bulky Household Contract. Third Party Agreement with Pembs College
2004 10 Members of staff supporting 109 people. 7800 training days. Turnover 300k.
4840 collections (562 t) Re-use FRAME 51% PCC 27%
2005 16 Members of staff supporting 107 people. 8700 training days. Turnover 300k.
8960 Collections (700t) Re-use FRAME 57% PCC 39%. Pembroke Dock Warehouse Opens
2007 24 Members of staff supporting 147 people. 9700 training days Turnover 590k.
9480 collections (970t) Re-use FRAME 59% PCC 49% Haverfordwest shop closed
2008 24 Members of staff supporting 166 people. 8370 training days Turnover 590k.
8500 collections (860t) Re-use FRAME 73% PCC 52%
2009 24 Members of staff supporting 166 people. 8270 training days Turnover 590k.
7900 collections (810t) Re-use FRAME 65% PCC 52%
2010 29 Members of staff supporting 132 people. 9243 training days Turnover 535k.
8620 collections (1120t) Re-use FRAME 74% PCC 70%
2011 27 Members of staff supporting 184 people. 8482 training days Turnover 696kk.
9480 collections (958t) Re-use FRAME 70% PCC7 1.6% CA Sites 44%
2012 FRAME headquarters relocated from Johnston to Merlins Bridge. 29 Members of staff supporting 203 people
9097 training days. Turnover £709,823. 923 tonnes collected . Reuse FRAME 76% PCC 68% CA Sites 56%
2013 29 Members of staff supporting 237people. 9332 training days. Turnover £704,765.
1082 tonnes collected. Re-use and recycled FRAME 77% PCC 73% CA Cites 60%