On Monday 29th June our Paul Sartori Store in Snowdrop Lane, Haverfordwest will reopen, followed by our new Milford Haven Store, on Havens Head Retail Park on Friday 3rd July.

The way we normally shop will have to change, with social distancing, one way systems and hand sanitising stations in place, to keep our staff, volunteers and customers safe.

Also some stores will have limited opening hours, so it would be advisable to contact your local store once they are open.

The way we accept donations will have to change, to incorporate quarantine restrictions. Due to limited storage space, we are asking the public to contact your local store if you wish to donate items.

Whilst we are truly thankful for your donations, we are asking the public to limit the number of donations to 5 or 6 bags/box’s per visit. There may be occasions where we will be unable to accept donations due to storage capacity, so contact your local open store first.

We are planning to open further stores through July, so we will keep you updated on here or follow our Facebook page here: https://www.facebook.com/PaulSartoriFoundation/

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With 10 stores (all of which operate a gift aid system), a warehouse, an e-commerce store and a Withybush Hospital pop-up stall on a Wednesday (10am – 3.30pm). The retail sales for Paul Sartori generates almost 50% of the income needed for the Foundation to run the clinical services.

The majority of our Sartori stores are managed by paid staff and a dedicated volunteer team. Offering a range of pre-loved quality items, from furniture to jewellery.  Our specialist stores such as “Nostalgia” sell a range of vintage/retro items whilst our “Style/Gold” department offer designer clothing and wedding attire at discounted prices.

The main hub, who offer a free collection service, is our “Sartori Warehouse”, they stock a wider range of quality furniture, and coordinate the deliveries and collections. Our “pop-up stall” in Withybush Hospital sell knitted and seasonal items.

We accept all good quality donations, including electrical items (sorry, no VHS tapes). 99% of items sold are donated from the local community. Paul Sartori are passionate about recycling anything we cannot sell and work closely with PCC to recycle items and reduce landfill.

Please don’t forget to Gift aid your donations, this is at no extra cost to you!

Click here if you are interested in volunteering in one of our Sartori Stores.

Click on the map below which will detail further information on the stores throughout the county.