Pembroke Dock FRAME has a new home!


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We are delighted to announce that Pembroke Dock FRAME will be opening in the St Govans Shopping Centre on the 8th of January. The new opening hours will be

Monday – Friday 9am – 4pm
Saturday – 10am – 4pm


FRAME in Merlins Bridge Closed on 29th of March


FRAME In Merlins Bridge will be closed on Thursday 29th of March for Car Park repairs for one day. Goodwick and Pembroke Dock FRAME will be open as normal. Thank you for your continued support.

FRAME will be closed Friday 2nd of March and Saturday 3rd of March


Due to adverse weather conditions. Please check here for further updates

The ‘Big Give Christmas Challenge’ is now Live!



We are all excited here at Pembrokeshire FRAME as we gear up for the launch of our Big Give Christmas Challenge.


This year, help us to raise funds for our Frame Forever project towards the costs of a Training Support Worker and help us to turnaround the lives of the people with disabilities who we work with.


Every donation made will be doubled, but only if you donate online between noon Tuesday 29th November and Noon Friday 02nd December 2016.


Please visit our project page for more information or to make a donation at the following link: give link

Pembrokeshire based furniture re-use organisation shortlisted in NatWest SE100 Social Business Awards for 2016/17

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se100Pembrokeshire FRAME celebrated by NatWest SE100, UK’s leading market intelligence resource for social enterprise


Pembrokeshire FRAME, a social enterprise working to offer work practice, training and employment to people with any disability, has been shortlisted for The Impact Champion award in the NatWest SE100 Social Business Awards 2016/17.


Revealed last night at the annual Good Deals social investment conference, a total of 26 organisations have been shortlisted, celebrating the most inspiring and effective social enterprise leaders, and the strength, impact and resilience of the sector in the UK.


The Impact Champion Award recognises a social enterprise that take considerable measures to demonstrate and communicate the social or environmental impact of their business.

Pembrokeshire FRAME is a registered charity set up to help people with any disability or considered disadvantaged in the workplace. FRAME provides employment, work practice and training to over 200 individuals from Pembrokeshire each year. FRAME has 3 furniture reuse stores and contracts with the local authority which fund the charities activities and helps FRAME meet its charitable objectives.


We are proud to be recognised on a UK basis for the impact we have in the County.  “It is not easy to explain all the good that we do so the SE100 index is important to us as it allows us to showcase our activities and benchmark ourselves against other social enterprises across the UK.” (Jenny Sims CEO)


All shortlisted organisations will be invited to bring members of their team to attend a special residential Insight Event at the RBS/NatWest Business School in Edinburgh, in early 2017, focusing on “Leadership and Building a Brilliant Social Enterprise Team.”


Mark Parsons, Head of Community Finance and Social Enterprise, NatWest, said: “The SE100 Awards are a great opportunity to celebrate the very best in UK social enterprise. This year’s strong shortlist showcases the vibrancy and diversity of these businesses, which are making our economy more successful and our communities stronger. NatWest has been a proud supporter of the sector for many years and we look forward to welcoming all of those shortlisted to the Awards ceremony in January.”


Tim West, CEO of Matter&Co and founder of the SE100, said: ”Running any business is challenging – running a business that changes people’s lives and stays profitable at the same time is nothing short of miraculous. This year’s SE100 shortlist is making miracles happen for people and communities all around the country. We look forward to learning how they do it and sharing their stories, as we select our winners over the coming months.”

Job Vacancy at Pembroke Dock FRAME


Resource Supervisor (f/t) £16000 p.a.

Main aims of the post

 To plan and coordinate the day to day operation of the community furniture store in Pembroke Dock.

  • To implement the processes and procedures which ensure the effective and efficient running of the community furniture store.
  • To support a team of people with disabilities who will assist in the operation of the community furniture store on a day to day basis.


Application pack is attached to this post in the links below. Please complete and email them to:

Closing Date October 19th 2016







Big Savings at FRAME!


This month we’ve been totaling up our average costs for last year on everyday household furniture and items and comparing them to low-priced online retailers.

Besides saving you money, the items are likely to be of better build quality as we have used the average price!

FRAME Total: £1119.95 Online Total: £2528.71
That’s a massive 56% saving on average!

Not only will you make a saving on your household furniture, you will also have the satisfaction in knowing that your money will be directly used to offer employment, training and meaningful occupation for people with disabilities in Pembrokeshire.

Now that’s a deal!

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Newsletter is up and running!


Our newsletter is now being sent out to give you regular updates on what opportunities and new things we have at our three sites in Pembrokeshire. Keep up to date on what we’re up to, new courses and training opportunities and what we’ve got in our stores! Head to the bottom of our homepage here to sign up.

Click here to view our latest newsletter!

Social Accounts 2014 – 2015


Every year Pembrokeshire FRAME produce our Social Accounts. The social accounts analyze FRAME’s performance against its objectives to prove that the charity is doing what it says it is doing. Just like the financial accounts, the Social Accounts are independently audited for complete transparency. Click on the image below to view the latest social accounts available.


Active Inclusion – Pathways to Employment


Frame is excited to announce a new project, Pathways to Employment, part of the new Active Inclusion fund.

This project aims to help people over 25 who are long-term unemployed and face barriers to work re-visit and learn new skills, achieve qualifications and gain experience in a working environment.

Courses include Interview Skills, Using Money, Preparing a Meal and Applying for a Job, plus many more, skills that some may want to re-visit, or don’t feel as confident in when being out of work.

As well as providing the training courses, there will also be opportunities to volunteer and become a participant, helping people to become more confident in the working environment and take steps closer to getting back into employment.

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