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Paul Noonan, Liam O’ Maonlai and Jamie Lawson will sing "25 Songs for 25 Years" at Set Theatre in Kilkenny on April 25 for Chernobyl Children International to commemorate the 25th anniversary of Chernobyl.
This Christmas saw 50 children from the most affected regions of the Chernobyl disaster spend their Christmas holidays in Ireland. Despite an eventful arrival of three flight diversions, snow blizzards and 3,000 miles of travel the children arrived safely and were welcomed by their host families at Dublin Airport.
A fundraising night for Chernobyl Children’s charity will take pace in the Old Woods, Balla, on Saturday November 20.
Local charity, Camp Claddagh, the Galway branch of the Adi Roche-founded Chernobyl Children's Project International, has launched its annual drive to recruit new families to support its rest and recuperation programme.
A group of children living with the aftermath of the Chernobyl nuclear disaster are to receive free eyecare from Specsavers in Castlebar during a respite holiday in Ireland.
A fundraiser in aid of a multi-sensory facility for the Sunflower Chernobyl Appeal will take place this Saturday August 9. The fundraiser will take place in the Western Hotel, Prospect Hill, at 6.30pm and will have performances from Shane Warner, Cafe Minor, and Jackhammer Purr. There will also be live performance puppetry, juggling, and poetry.
The Chernobyl Children’s Project has announced, that despite a ban on Belarusian children travelling internationally, they are expecting the ban to be lifted and are seeking host families for 2009.
This year, the Clarinbridge Oyster Festival will host the Friday night opening in association with Claren Home of Hope, Chernobyl, and Colga soccer club. As always, it promises to be a great night, held in the Festival Marquee at Paddy Burke's and music will be provided by the local Oyster Boys and big band Boogie Nights.
MEP Liam Aylward has written to the Irish Minister for Foreign Affairs Micheál Martin, and the EU Ambassador to Belarus, Senko Vladimir, calling for a long-term agreement to be put in place between the Belarussian and Irish governments to ensure that 200 children from Chernobyl will be able to visit Ireland this coming Christmas and at all other times.
A top international heart surgeon is jetting into Kilkenny this weekend to take part in the Chernobyl Children’s Project annual conference.