The Middlesbrough and Teesside Link of the Chernobyl Children's Life Line is hosting 20 youngsters, aged nine and 10, from July 7 to August 4.
What does CCLL stand for?
CCLL stands for Chernobyl Children's Life Line (est. 1991)
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Samples in periodicals archive:
The visit by ten Belarus youngsters was part of a monthlong trip to the Midlands, organised by Chernobyl Children's Life Line charity, to help boost their immune systems.
For more information about the North Pembrokeshire link of Chernobyl Children's Life Line contact Carole on 01348 811 325 or e-mail carole.
The Perth group is one of 110 links of Chernobyl Children's Life Line which has brought more than 11,000 children from Belarus.
The South Pembrokeshire branch of the Chernobyl Children's Life Line raised enough funds to bring four boys and six girls from villages in the Zhytomyr district of northern Ukraine - an area where concentrations of radiation still pose a threat to health.
A total of 24 youngsters from Belarus, aged seven to 14, stayed with families in the Midlands as part of an annual trip organised by the Chernobyl Children's Life Line charity.
The Chernobyl Children's Life Line sets up holdays for youngsters contaminated by the after-effects of the 1986 nuclear meltdown.
Chernobyl Children's Life Line received the seats from Roger Pugsley, managing director of Fordthorne on Penarth Road, Cardiff.