Congratulations to all concerned with the production of the new ‘old-look’ magazine. When I opened the packaging on the latest edition it was like bumping into an old friend, albeit a smarter version.
I have yet to read it in depth but a quick flick through the high-quality paper pages was enough to convince me that the wanderer had returned.
I have only been an avid reader for the past 40 years and it seems like the best yet! Great articles and some breathtaking photography. Congratulations once again.
John Darramint, Woodton, Nr Bungay, Suffolk
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