Paul Sartori volunteers have recently closed the doors to our Letterston retail store for the final time; as the premises has unfortunately been sold by the owners. The store first opened to the public on 7th April 2010, this is the smallest Sartori store in Pembrokeshire. It had proved to be very popular with local residents and holiday makers passing by.
This is the only store that does not have a paid manager in place. John Grieg has been the volunteer shop supervisor since day one. John and the wonderful team of volunteers have done a fantastic job with the store over the years.
We are in the process of seeking a new premises in Letterston area; to hopefully open up another store.
“This is a very sad day for a truly amazing team and awesome leader. Hopefully this isn’t the end but an exciting new beginning.” Said Sandra Dade, Paul Sartori Charity Manager.
Over 40% of the income to Paul Sartori Hospice at Home comes from our retail stores around Pembrokeshire. The generous donation from members of the public and local companies are what keeps are store open and trading.
“We are extremely grateful to everyone who has supported and donated items to the Letterston store.” Said Lisa Wells Income Generation Team Administrator. “We would really appreciate your continued support by delivering your donations to Haverfordwest or Fishguard stores if possible.” Lisa continued.
Pictured is store supervisor John Grieg and the volunteers locking up for the final time.