Selling Point for Paul Sartori



Narberth store window – 40 th Anniversary display


Hospice at Home charity the Paul Sartori Foundation has 10 retail stores across Pembrokeshire. They offer a range of secondhand quality goods, and specialise in items such as upcycled furniture.

The retail sales generate 40-50% of the income needed for the Foundation to run its clinical services.

Recently, Diana Shepherd a freelance artist and co-founder of arts and wellbeing organisation All Being Well,
painted a window of a local community building in Narberth, which was an effective way of drawing attention to
the hub. This led Diana to contact Paul Sartori and offer to paint a design on the window of its retail store
in Narberth.

“The finished painting includes bunting to represent some of the colours of Paul Sartori and also refers to the bunting in Narberth town,” said Diana. “Sunflowers are used to represent hospices; white doves symbolise peace, love and hope. “My aim was to create eyecatching and joyful artwork which hopefully attracts interest and draws people to the shop.”

Donna Harding, manager at Paul Sartori Narberth, said: “We are grateful to Diana’s generosity in giving up her time to
design and paint her artwork on our store window.”

Further information on the charity and its services:; 01437 763223.

Eluned Morgan, Minister for Health and Social Services in the Welsh Government, recently visited Paul Sartori’s main offices for a tour of the building and to learn about its services.

David Evans, chair of the trustees at Paul Sartori, said: “It was great to meet the Health Minister to discuss and explain how the advance care planning funded by GP practices is doing so much to help people make their end-of-life care decisions. The Minister was impressed with all aspects of the work of the foundation.”

Left to right: Eluned Morgan, Health Minister, Fay Morley, advance care planning registered nurse, and David Evans, chair of trustees

Eluned Morgan said: “It was fantastic to visit Paul Sartori House and meet the people behind the charity. Their services and hard work are making a real difference to people in Pembrokeshire receiving palliative care, ensuring they can be cared for with dignity and independence at home.”

Further information on the charity and its services:; 01437 763223.

Kitty Parsons

Kitty has forgotten how long she has been here now but she loves Pembrokeshire for its beauty and it's people. She spends her time searching out stories for, swimming in the sea , drawing and painting as Snorkelfish and eating cake. She says " has been an opportunity to celebrate this beautiful county and its people. Keep the stories coming. We love to hear from you."

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