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16 children from Belarus are being hosted for a respite holiday by members of the Bristol Link of the Chernobyl Children’s Lifeline. Last week 8 of them had free dental inspections at the Downend Dental Practice, a further 6 attended the Oldland Dental Practice, with the final 2 going to Avon House Dental Practice in Keynsham. All of these dentists have seen the children for a number of years.
Kingswood's bridal shop Silver Bridals is holding a Designer Day on Saturday August 9th to launch the 2015 Victoria Kay collection. It's a great opportunity for brides and their parties to preview a large variety of Victoria Kay gowns, with 10% off on the day. Click below to find out more...
16 children from central Belarus, still affected by the nuclear catastrophy of 1986, have arrived locally for a month’s respite stay, hosted by the Chernobyl Children’s Life Line (CCLL Bristol Link).
Vice Chairman Pete Naish cycled from the Atlantic to the Mediterranean to raise £4,000 to fund the trip, including £1,566 for entry visas. The charity will continue to fundraise, as they have for the last 18 years, to give children “an opportunity of a life time”.
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