This has come as a terrible shock. God bless you, dear Bradley.
I've known Brad since September 1983 when, aged 11, we started in Aberdare Boys' Comprehensive.
In 1988/1989 Brad had an operation and, despite having left school after his GCSEs, I raised a good sum of cash for him from other pupils. I think we bought him a Walkman.
Bradley, your smile was required to inspire happiness in another place. Rest well.
Left by Clive Stanley-Williams:
I’ve known Brad since we were both aged 11 at ABCS. Some great memories and a lovely guy!
Kelvin Nash :
Here’s Bradley shed about 12
Left by Kelvin Nash :
Dear Brad, I didn't know you well, but I well liked what I knew. I'll miss your warm welcome at Caerphilly games nights, and hope the rest of us can toast your enduring memory at Bradcon.
Andy Down :
So sorry to hear this sad news. It’s been a while since we’ve seen Bradley, but we have fond memories of when he used to come and holiday with us, growing up. Our thoughts are with Elizabeth and David xxxx
Wendy, Sarah & Helen:
Our dearest Bradders. Your warm heart and welcome smile will be truly missed. Games night will never be the same without you.
Left by Marcus:
So very sorry to hear this. We were friends at school and grew up playing together in the same street. Thoughts, love and condolences from our family here in Canada. Rest peacefully Bradley. Mark, Tracy & Jonah Parry (Vancouver, Canada)
Sincere condolences to Brad's family from the Parry family (former neighbours in Cwmdare)