There's a nice article about the returning children of Chernobyl to their host families in Moray, you read the full article at this link PRESSANDJOURNAL.CO.UK
They're back! 😀
Our wonderful children from last year, plus and extra 4 new children have arrived for their month of love and care. Let the fun begin..... 😍
Its been a great first weekend for the children and their families.
Here's a few comments from the host parents:
"I was so touched by his enormous charging hug last night which nearly literally knocked me off my feet!"
"It's fantastic!!! Sleep, fruit, yogurt and massive belly laughs when she leapt in the bath and soaked me!!"
"one still asleep, the other has been on the trampoline, cycled, played badminton, Frisbee and the piano!"
"currently soaking my bathroom by trying to displace every drop of water out of the bath"
"its just like he's never been away"
11:00 – 17:00
Junior School sports grounds, Gordonstoun
FOCC moray is overjoyed to be chosen as a beneficiary of the fundraising activities taking place at the 2016 Junior Highland Games. Please come along and support the many teams taking part on the day and say hello to the FOCC representatives who will be occupying a stand and raising money for the children’s visit in August 2016.
Read all about the Latern of the North and the FOCC Moray Children on the LOTN FACEBOOK PAGE
Children of Chernobyl - Music Day 21/09/15
The Children of Chernobyl version of The Proclaimer 500miles recorded and mixed by Dave Martin.The lantern of the North wish to thank the Friends of Chernobyl Moray Group for allowing us to do this and we ask everyone to check out this new charitys work which you can find at https://www.facebook.com/FOCCMoray/Posted by Lantern of the North Events on Wednesday, 23 September 2015
A nice article in the Press & Journal about the children's visit so far...
PICTURES: Chernobyl children visit Moray
Some of Europe’s neediest children are spending the month in Moray as part of a project designed to improve their weakened immune systems.
Youngsters from the area around the site of the Chernobyl disaster are staying with local families and visiting some of the area’s best-known spots....
Read the full article at www.pressandjournal.co.uk