Elves ask for ‘recycling good deeds’ Christmas letters

Dear Children,
 
We’ve decided it’s time that Father Christmas knew about all the fantastic good deeds that take place in Nottinghamshire, and we’re hoping that you can help! Our friends at Veolia (Nottinghamshire County Council’s waste contractors) have heard that Father Christmas loves to hear about all your good deeds in your letters each year, and as a thank you for sharing it with us all, have a magical pantomime prize for Nottinghamshire’s littlest recycler.
 
Your letter really doesn’t need to be to be very long at all, but it must be your own letter, written by you, or said to a grown up or sibling who can help to write it down on the template entry form. It can feature any or all of the recyclable items in Nottinghamshire – cans, paper, cardboard, or plastic bottles; your recycling good deeds, and as much festive magic as wished. Pictures of course can be drawn on it too!
 
There will be one winner and Father Christmas has already said that the winner should definitely be the person who’s tried their very best.
 
This is really exciting, we can’t wait to read your fantastic letters!
 
Lots of love,
The Recycling Elves

The letter template and terms and conditions can be picked up from schools, libraries, downloaded  below:

or requested by calling 0203 567 4392. Entries are welcome from children aged 5 - 11 by post or email until the strike of midnight on Monday 11th December.  
 
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Father Christmas Letter Template (586 KB)