The Covernotes are raising money for Velindre Cancer Centre

Formed by Thomas Carroll past and present employees, The Covernotes have been helping raise funds for Velindre Cancer Centre as part of our 50th birthday celebrations. The members of the band, Gareth Cotty, Simon Skinner, Phil Roberts, Peter Martin and Richard Williams recently took to the recording studio to record a number of cover songs and create a music video.

This year also marks the 50th anniversary of Stevie Wonder hit, ‘Superstition’, and therefore the band felt that it was the perfect song to use for their music video.

Recorded at Acapela Studios in Pentyrch, Cardiff, the music video was created to raise funds for Velindre Cancer Centre. If you enjoyed it, we would be delighted if you could make a donation.

Who are Velindre Cancer Centre?

Velindre, the Hospital of Hope has been providing specialist treatment and supportive care to cancer patients and families for over 65 years. Money raised for Velindre Cancer Charity helps fund groundbreaking research and clinical trials, cutting edge treatments, specialist nurses, support services, therapies, equipment and so much more which are above those provided by the NHS – so donations really do have a significant impact on patients and their families.

With the support of your donation, Velindre are able to offer better quality of care through complex treatment pathways, earlier access to cutting edge treatments, research into new treatments, purchase specialist equipment, fund invaluable support services and resources along with ensuring staff have access to the most up to date training and techniques available.

Your donation will allow Velindre to continue to provide hope for the future.

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