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New mag­a­zines and old find their place in read­ers’ lives.

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A small crowd gath­ered at the Ro­tary An­nual Book Sale at Tea Gar­dens over the Easter long week­end. Imag­ine my de­light as I joined them, savour­ing the 1997 Coun­try Style mag­a­zines on of­fer.the moral of the story is, don’t put your used Coun­try Style mag­a­zines in the re­cy­cling bin! In­stead, do­nate them to a char­ity that can then turn them into funds for good causes in the com­mu­nity. Kellyanne Gianatti, Mulgoa, NSW


Last month, when I was re­cu­per­at­ing af­ter surgery, a dear friend vis­ited me with a block of choco­late, a bot­tle of cham­pagne and the lat­est is­sue of Coun­try Style. The thrill of run­ning my fin­gers over the pages helped make my re­cov­ery that much eas­ier. I can’t wait to delve into cooking Tamsin Car­van’s ‘Not Too Sweet Pump­kin Pie’ (March 2015, page 86) as soon as I’m back on my feet! Natasha Ne­vi­son, Stan­hope Gar­dens, NSW


Shortly af­ter I moved into my beau­ti­ful new home six months ago, I was di­ag­nosed with breast can­cer. I had no idea how to deal with the news so I de­cided to begin clean­ing out my cup­boards — and came across my Coun­try Style col­lec­tion. I dis­ap­peared into the won­der­ful pages. with the sup­port of my hus­band, and the feel-good sto­ries in your mag­a­zine, I’m look­ing to the fu­ture with op­ti­mism. Jan East, Ningi, Queens­land

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