Where can I get furnishings for my home?
If you need furniture and are on a limited budget why not look at the ‘small ads’ in the local paper. You can also contact FRAME.
What is FRAME?
FRAME collects unwanted, re-usable household goods including furniture, clothing and bric-a-brac free of charge.
Re-useable items are available to the general public at the FRAME showrooms in Johnston and Pembroke Dock for a requested donation. Items will be discounted to those receiving State Benefit/Pension, on the production of proof of benefit.
FRAME also has a shop in Dew Street, Haverfordwest selling low cost curtains, bedding, household items, bric-a-brac and clothing.
In cases of extreme hardship or crisis FRAME can provide necessary items of furniture and household goods free of charge. Referrals for this service are accepted in writing from social workers, Pembrokeshire Action for the Homeless (PATH), community support workers, refuges and other recognised agencies. This service is provided subject to the availability of goods and an assessment of need by one of the groups or individuals previously mentioned. For further information please telephone 01437 891221.
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Can I get help with food and basic household items?
If you were housed as homeless you can contact PATH (opens new window) on 01437 775335. They may be able to help you with a box of basic foodstuffs to get you started. You can also contact the Salvation Army on 01834 843329 or apply for a Social Fund Grant 01437 823000.
Old Hakin Road
Contact number 01437 779442
09.00am - 5.00pm Monday to Friday
10.00am - 1.00pm Saturday
Pembrokeshire Action for the Homeless (PATH)
20 Upper Market Street
Tel: 01437 765335
Website: PATH (opens new window)