Pembrokeshire FRAME has the following two vacancies. Please see the appropriate adverts and job descriptions below. If you wish to apply for either roles, please download a copy of the application form , application guidance, monitoring form and privacy policy, complete and return applications to by 24th August 2020. Thank you.


Re-upholstery Support Worker/Gweithiwr Cefnogi Ail-glustogi 

Advert Welsh: Re-upholstery Support Worker Gweithiwr Cefnogi Ail-glustogi Advert 01 – WELSH 02


Job Description Welsh:Job Description Re-Upholstery Support Worker 01 WELSH Gweithiwr Cefnogi Ail-glustogi 1

Job Description English: Job Description Re-Upholstery Support Worker ENGLISH 04

Closing Date: 5pm, 24th August 2020



FRAME Reuse Projects Manager/Rheolwr Prosiectau Ail-ddefnyddio FRAME

Advert Welsh:Reuse Projects Manager Advert 01 – WELSH RHEOLWR PROSIECTAU AIL-DDEFNYDDIO FRAME

Advert English: Reuse Projects Manager Advert 01 ENGLISH

Job Description Welsh: Job Description FRAME REUSE PROJECTS MANAGER 01 WELSH

Job Description English: Job Description FRAME REUSE PROJECTS MANAGER 01

Closing Date: 5pm, 24th August 2020


FRAME Digital Marketing Assistant 


Job Description:Job Description Digital Marketing Assistant




To apply for any of the roles above please complete and return the following forms to



Application Form Welsh: Pembrokeshire-FRAME-Job-Application-Form WELSH

Application Guidelines Welsh: Pembrokeshire-FRAME-Job-Application-Form-Guidance-Notes – WELSH

Monitoring Form Welsh: Pembrokeshire-FRAME-Equal-Opportunites-Monitoring-Form – WELSH

Privacy Policy Welsh: Pembrokeshire-FRAME-Job-Application-Privacy-Notice – WELSH



Application Form English: Pembrokeshire-FRAME-Job-Application-Form rev

Application Guidelines English: Pembrokeshire-FRAME-Job-Application-Form-Guidance-Notes

Monitoring Form English: Pembrokeshire-FRAME-Equal-Opportunites-Monitoring-Form

Privacy Policy English: Pembrokeshire-FRAME-Job-Application-Privacy-Notice


FRAME prepares to re-open its Merlin’s Bridge showroom soon


Having been closed since lock-down began in March 2020 as a result of Covid 19, Pembrokeshire FRAME is now awaiting Government guidelines as to when we can safely re-open and developing safety procedures that we will need to follow. We are currently preparing our showroom at Merlin’s Bridge to re-open on 22nd June 2020 IF the Welsh Government agree to the re-opening of non essential shops.

We are also taking advice from the Charity Retail Association and The Furniture Reuse Network and HSE Wales as regards our safety procedures and the receipt, storage and handling of donations.

Please note that we will not be accepting any donations at this stage. Please keep any donations of furniture and household goods that you have for us and as soon as we can we will arrange a donation drop off or collection service .

The safety of all our customers, participants and volunteers is paramount and we will be doing everything possible to ensure that the re-opening of our Merlin’s Bridge showroom will be done so in a safe and socially distanced manner.

Please note the Haverfordwest Community Fridge will remain closed to the general public until further notice, however we are still operating our #BagsofCare hot meal delivery and Community Fridge bags collection or delivery services.

If you wish to purchase a Pembrokeshire FRAME voucher in anticipation of your visit or as a gift please visit:…/

We look forward to welcoming you back very soon!

Voucher Scheme to support FRAME



Pembrokeshire FRAME’s new gift voucher scheme

Support Pembrokeshire FRAME during Covid 19


‘Buy now, Spend Later is Pembrokeshire FRAME’s non-profit project that enables customers of our furniture and household good showrooms to support their favourite  local charity during the Covid 19 crisis.

The project initially came about after a customer contacted the  FRAME team by email and asked: ‘I’d like to support Pembrokeshire FRAME at this time is it possible to purchase vouchers online for later use?’

‘This gave us the idea for Buy now, Spend Later, ‘Due to the Covid 19 pandemic, many of FRAME’s loyal supporters simply aren’t able to visit our showrooms right now, but when this is all over, we really want to welcome them back to our stores. By enabling them to purchase vouchers now, they can look forward to an exciting spending spree when our doors are back open, whilst also being happy in the knowledge that they have helped to support Pembrokeshire FRAME during these difficult times.

You can help support Pembrokeshire FRAME during the Covid 19 outbreak, by purchasing a gift voucher for yourself, a friend or family member to spend in any one of our stores when we are back open. Our gift vouchers are perfect for easter, birthdays, anniversaries, Christmas, weddings and even just saying thanks. They make a great present for students or those planning to move into a new home, to help set them up with the essentials they need.

Gift vouchers are available from £5 to £100 and you can spend them in any of our 3 Pembrokeshire FRAME showrooms (Merlin’s Bridge, Pembroke Dock or Goodwick).

To purchase a gift voucher please click on the picture above.

You can keep updated about when our showrooms will be back open to the public by visiting our website or by visiting our facebook page @pembsframe

Thank you for your support.

Keep safe during these difficult times.


Covid -19 Please support Pembrokeshire FRAME


Pembrokeshire FRAME has been supporting people with disabilities, learning difficulties and/or mental health issues in Pembrokeshire for 26 years. As we now face the Covid 19 outbreak our charity like others throughout the world faces a very uncertain future. If you would like to help support your local charity Pembrokeshire FRAME through these very difficult times, by making a donation, please visit the following link:


If you are a business, organisation, trust or foundation who would like to discuss funding support: please email:

Pembrokeshire FRAME – Covid 19 Update


Pembrokeshire FRAME COVID-19 Coronavirus Update:

Pembrokeshire FRAME continues to follow the guidance offered by The Welsh Government and Public Health Wales. We are doing everything we can to ensure the safety of all of our participants, volunteers and members of staff.

Our Merlin’s Bridge showroom is now closed to the public and our Goodwick and Pembroke Dock showrooms will be closed to the public as from 4pm Friday 20th March 2020.

The Haverfordwest Community Fridge is currently closed to the public.

We will review the situation in 2 weeks time and provide a further update on 1st April 2020.

Best wishes to all our customers and local community – we hope to be back in action very soon.

Stay safe

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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.


Pembrokeshire FRAME celebrates its 20th Anniversary


Business Woman and Philanthropist Dame Stephanie Shirley (OBE) Led the celebrations and the official opening of the showroom at FRAME in Merlins Bridge.

Pembrokeshire FRAME was set up 20 years ago by the Chief Executive Officer Jenny Sims who said “It’s hard to believe that FRAME is 20 years old and it is an honour to have Dame Stephanie Shirley here with us as she is such an inspirational lady.

FRAME was set up in the empty matron’s bungalow at Merlin’s House to provide meaningful occupation and work practice to a small group of people with and recovering from mental ill health.

It’s been the most amazing journey for everyone involved, past and present and I cannot thank them enough for their help and support.”

Twenty years on FRAME now employs 44 members of staff, 65% of whom have been disadvantaged in the employment market as a result of having a disability. FRAME supports over 200 people every year providing not only meaningful occupation, but work practice and certificated training and employment both at FRAME and in the local community. The people who are involved in FRAME’s recycling activities become valued members of their local community by helping others as well as helping themselves.

The event which took place on Wednesday 7th of May was attended by key figures from organisations throughout Wales and the local community including the Chairman of Pembrokeshire County Council Cllr Arwen Williams, Cllr Huw George, the Chairman of the Autistic Society Huw Morgan OBE, The Director of the Institute of Directors in Wales Robert Lloyd Griffiths as well as representatives from local businesses the job centre and the health and social care sectors and proved to be a great success.


Operations Manager Neil Hulme said “It’s a common misconception that FRAME was only set up to help people with cheap furniture but the main aim of the charity has always been to provide meaningful occupation, work practice and training to people with disabilities. We still offer furniture at very reasonable prices to accommodate the needs of everyone in the community.”