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Chernobyl Children’s Lifeline visit Aberdeenshire


Last month, a group of children affected by the aftermath of the Chernobyl nuclear disaster visited Aberdeenshire as part of Chernobyl Children’s Lifeline.

Set up in 1992, the charity brings over 4,000 children to the UK each year for four weeks of fresh air, uncontaminated food, fun, as well as dental and eye checkups.

Our Stonehaven Flood Protection Scheme site was thrilled to arrange and donate hoodies for the children to use on their visit. This not only made them identifiable as a group, but came in handy for the cooler weather during their outdoor activities.