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James Dean Bradfield

James grew up in Blackwood and formed the Manic Street Preachers with his cousin Sean and friends. The Manics have since gone on to achieve huge commercial and critical success. The Manics have headlined many festivals including Glastonbury and have won a number of awards and accolades including four BRIT awards, eleven NME awards and eight Q Awards.

James led our 150th anniversary trek to Patagonia in 2015 alongside fellow Manic Sean Moore and has since supported the Charity through his post-pandemic, NHS concert held in Cardiff. James and the band chose to donate a very generous part of their sales to help support staff, patients and families at Velindre.

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20 February 2024

Leading Velindre Consultant joins his patient on the Wales Coastal Path Challenge

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19 February 2024

When Blue Turns Red: blue self storage Supports Velindre Cancer Centre with their ‘Wear Red for Velindre’ Initiative

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14 February 2024

Velindre patient and fundraiser embarks on epic Wales Coast Path challenge

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