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Geraldine Butler, Chairperson of the Chernobyl Children’s Project in Westport, welcomed an historic inter-governmental agreement between Ireland and Belarus, announced last week, which will allow children to travel to the Westport area again—with two children arriving here for the Christmas holidays.
Kilkenny holidays for child victims of the Chernobyl disaster have been secured after months of negotiations between the Government and the Government of Belarus, according to the Minister for Foreign Affairs, Micheál Martin.
It's been over twenty years since the world's worst nuclear accident occurred in Chernobyl in northern Ukraine.
The annual Westport Cathaoirleach’s Ball will take place on Saturday March 21 in the Castlecourt Hotel, with all proceeds raised going to two worthy causes — the Children of Chernobyl project and Westport Social Services.
Indie Burgos is back in Club De Burgos, Augustine Street, today (Tuesday) for a special Christmas fundraiser in aid of Galway based charity Sunflower Chernobyl Appeal.
Castlebar Outreach Group is desperately in need of host families interested in hosting Chernobyl children next summer for two weeks for rest and recuperation.
Mayo holidays for child victims of the Chernobyl disaster have been secured after months of negotiations between the Government and the Government of Belarus, according to the Minister for Foreign Affairs, Micheál Martin.
The Westport branch of the Chernobyl Children’s Project is getting ready for a bumper May bank holiday weekend of art and creativity.
Celebrated sculptor John Behan is the latest artist to put up a piece of his work for an art auction being organised by the Chernobyl Children’s Project Westport Group which will take place on Friday, May 1 at the Clew Bay Hotel starting at 7.30pm.
Construction may be on a slow-down throughout the country, but the Chernobyl Children’s Project Westport Outreach Group is about to start building a very special house in central Westport. Constructed from the hundreds of bricks designed by the town’s children, it will be housed in the new premises — just off Mill Street, to the right of the Mill Street car park entrance — all designed for the Chernobyl Groups Bricks 4 Hope campaign.