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“Anyone remember the second verse?” The cry goes out to the group of grandparents holding hands in a circle with their grand kids. We are ‘doing’ action songs, but are struggling to remember the words of […]
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Many thanks for a most informative Bulletin, I look forward to reading it, especially the history of places and people.
Dorothy S. – via email
A friend has lent me his copy of the Spring 2017 edition of the Burwood Bulletin, which must be one of the best, if not THE best, local magazine published in the Melbourne metropolitan area – congratulations!
Bill B. – via email
I would like to thank you very much on behalf of the Waverley Gem Club for the great article you included in your latest edition. We had many comments on the article and the high standard of your bulletin. People attended the Exhibition having read the magazine.
Gwen D. – via email
A garden illusion that is all paths and mirrors! In my little suburban garden, I like to keep the flower beds fairly small. At their widest, mine range between one, or one and a half metres. That way, I have a chance of reaching the back of the bed for pruning and weeding.