This is a week of celebration for staff, patients and volunteers VCC having won an award for best fiction series about hospital of Hope 'is a Welsh BAFTA ceremony Sunday night. The series, which was produced by Green Bay Media, a Wildflame Productions now broadcast the human stories behind cancer diagnostics and statistics, and share them with a national audience. Said Andrea Hague, VCC Director: "We are delighted that hospital of Hope 'has won a Welsh BAFTA last night. It recognizes the impact of the national conversation about cancer treatment can have on the welfare of the nation. I pay tribute to our staff who come to work every day to provide the best possible services and support to patients living with cancer, and to Wildflame Productions produced the series with such sensitivity . We are very proud of the role you have played in making VCC hospital hope ".Linnet said Griffin-Williams Senior Producer Wildflame Productions: "We were delighted to win a BAFTA Wales. The name of our series was Velindre: Hospital of Hope, because Velindre offers hope in all sorts of ways - hope for a cure, hope for a way of life with cancer, or hope have a dignified end of life. one of these would not have been possible without the approval of the staff and patients while pursuing their work in the hospital this unique. It is also thanks to ITV was central part of the team - thanks to Jonathan Hill and Ruth Wignall for their support. a special place in the hearts of people Felindre Wales and beyond and certainly, it has a very special place in our hearts.Catrin Jones series producer added: "Privilege was completely won the trust of patients and staff and share their stories and tours - the comfort and hope that you offer to patients and their families is invaluable. I was particularly pleased to receive the award in memory of those who participated in clieifion the series that now has lost their battle against cancer. "