Dear Sir or Madame,
I am writing to inquire in connection with some discrepancies in an article you have written in a local newspaper. It was called „Student Slaves at Workcamp“.
First of all, it claimed that there was about thirty students working in the camp. However, due to limited capacities, only fifteen students can take part in it.
Secondly, I would like to draw your attention to the fact that there is a variety of nationalities we are working with. In the article only two ones (French and Swedish) were mentioned, but many students of different nationalities came and were invite as well. This year we have had some students from Greece, Germany, Poland and Slovakia.
Last, but not least misunderstanding in the article is work time. You said that students had been working long hours on our farm. I would like to disagree with this statement. Students have always short working hours and free weekends.
Another problems that I noticed deals with accommodation. Our students are allegedly sleeping in old tents and have only one shower for thirty of them. That is not true. Last year we built new modern, wooden buildings and all of them have at least one shower.
Moreover, there is a great atmosphere among students.
I am looking forward to hearing from you soon.