A county-wide charity is raising its profile locally and globally with the launch of its website and the purchase of an eye-catching new van. Pembrokeshire Frame is already well-known in the county for its range of good quality pre-used furniture and household goods, but is less well- known for its work with people who are recovering from mental ill health or have learning difficulties. The new website gives the charity the opportunity to tell many more people about itself and may even encourage more people to come forward as volunteers. The web-site, http://www.pembrokeshire-frame.org.uk">www.pembrokeshire-frame.org.uk, is quick to load, simple to navigate and easy on the eye, with type faces and layouts that are suitable for people with dyslexia and sight problems. The home page describes Frame's role within the community, while other pages cover topics such as location, re-use, volunteering, new projects and frequently asked questions. There are links to relevant organisations and to email, making it easy for people to get in touch. Jenny Sims, chief executive of Frame, said: "We are grateful to the Pembrokeshire Association of Voluntary Services (PAVS) for their support in assisting a group of our volunteers to build the website and we hope lots of people will use it to find out more about us." Frame is based in Johnston, with a shop in Haverfordwest and a new showroom in Pembroke Dock, which was partly financed with Objective One Funding from the Welsh European Funding Office (WEFO). WEFO is part of the Welsh Assembly Government. This has also helped fund the purchase of a new Luton bodied LDV van for Frame to use in the Pembroke Dock area, for collections and deliveries. The white van is sign written with Frame's logo, telephone numbers and web address and is already a familiar sight in and around the town. Pembrokeshire Frame Limited is a registered charity and as such is a non-profit making organisation. It is run by a board of directors with expertise from various walks of life and by a team of paid and volunteer staff.