Peter Ivins Eye Care Charity work

Pictured Optometrist Craig McArthur and Clinical Assistant Myra Forbes with Anna, Dasha, Vika and Yana, young Ukrainian girls visiting Scotland for the summer as a result of the fantastic work conducted by the Ayrshire Link of Chernobyl Children’s Lifeline charity.  The charity provides recuperative holidays, medical treatment, and ongoing support for the innocent victims of the world’s worst nuclear disaster – the children of Belarus and Ukraine. We at Peter Ivins Eye Care have for the last few years sponsored the eye care and spectacles of the visiting children and we hope we can continue to support this wonderful initiative.

More information about the excellent work conducted by the Ayrshire Link of Chernobyl Children’s Lifeline charity can be found on their website:

www.ccll.org.uk/ayrshire

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