Our Lady of Mt Carmel students are asking their council for more lighting in Mullewa public toilets, a barbecue at the lookout for tourists and more drinking fountains for people with disabilities. They would also like “no littering” signs in Mullewa and more artwork around the town that children could participate in. Year 5 and 6 students from the school made the requests at the City of Greater Geraldton’s twice-yearly agenda forum at Mullewa district office recently. Their teacher Angela Murray, pictured, said the three children were the school’s “communication ministry”. “They attend the council meeting when they are in Mullewa,” she said. “We thank the council for something and we come up with some questions we would like the council to approve for Mullewa.” Ms Murray said they short-listed the five requests from many the class had discussed. City chief executive Ross McKim thanked the students and said their suggestions would be put to Mullewa manager Michelle Plume. “We will then come back to you guys with a letter saying what we are going to do or not do in respect to your requests,” he said. “They are very well thought out and we really appreciate the time you’ve taken to put them together.” The students also thanked swimming pool manger Mick Wall for keeping the facility clean for the school swimming carnival, and after-school sport activity organiser Paddy Walsh.