GREEN-FINGERED St Ishmaels sisters Rebecca and Emma Llewellin have been busy throughout the spring and summer, growing fruits and vegetables, and raising money for charity.

They grew carrots, runner beans, beetroot and rhubarb, and decided that they wanted to raise money for Paul Sartori Hospice at Home; in memory of their great uncle, and they sold their vegetables, flowers and fresh eggs at the end of their driveway.

This proved to be very popular with their neighbours and passers-by, and they raised £100.

Rebecca and Emma are already busy planning a tea party which they would like to hold around Easter time.

“We are extremely grateful for everything these young girls have done to raise money and awareness for Paul Sartori,” said Paul Sartori Management Registered Nurse Lynn Hunter.

“It is through the generosity of local residents and businesses that we can continue to provide this much needed service for anyone in the later stages of any life limiting illness.”

The Paul Sartori Hospice at Home Service provides a range of services to Pembrokeshire people living in the final stages of a life-limiting illness.

Further information on the charity and its services can be obtained by visiting their website, or by phoning 01437 763223.