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Three Springs Primary School students write letters to council calling for more recycling bins

Lachlan AllenMidwest Times
Three Spring Primary School students show off their letters for a good cause.
Camera IconThree Spring Primary School students show off their letters for a good cause. Credit: Supplied

Three Springs Primary School students are calling on the council to add recycling bins, citing its importance to the environment.

The heartwarming gesture comes from the Year 3 to 6 students who have been discussing the need for the town to add a recycling bin to the residents’ homes in Three Springs.

They have been busy writing letter to the Shire CEO and councillors with the help of teacher Michelle Armstrong.

The students have written some convincing letters and will be posting their best efforts to the Shire CEO Keith Woodward.

“I strongly believe we should have recycling bins at every house because it’s important for the environment,” one student said.

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While another wrote: “As you can see, Three Springs need recycling bins because we want to save the planet.”

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