Thank you so much for the excellent double page spread on the Duldig Studio in the above issue. It looks stunning and reads very well too.
Eva D. – via email
I never cease to be amazed at both the quality and content of “The Burwood Bulletin”. I remember 20+ years ago when I was in business and advertised in this publication: it was an A4 size publication or similar and even then it was a source of much local news.
You are to be commended for the Community Notices Section where you list various community organisations.
David T. – via email
I have been the volunteer coordinator of the Boroondara Camberwell Parkinsons’s Support group for nearly 18 months and our numbers have been growing thanks to the support provided by the promotion appearing in publications like the Burwood Bulletin which is always so full of interesting and useful topics and information.
Judy R. – via email
WHEN I had a Malvern Star bicycle as a boy I never considered it anything more than just “my bike”. It was there so I could ride with my friends; we all learnt by experience of gears, clusters, chains, brakes, derailleurs etc., and helping each other through various breakdowns was part of growing up.
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