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Home Living : July 7th 2009
4 HLN - HOME LIVING: NORTH, Tuesday, July 7, 2009 Ready for worry-free retirement If you are looking for some great options for retirement living, then head for the Annual Sydney Retirement and Lifestyle Expo at Rosehill Gardens Racecourse from Friday, July 24, to Sunday, July 26. It's easy to get there, there's free parking and free shuttle buses from Parramatta station. With more than 200 exhibitors in the Grand Pavilion, there is sure to be something for everyone seeking a worry-free retirement. There are lots of features and attractions, including a seminar program and stage entertainment starring Frankie J Holden and Michelle Pettigrove (pictured). There will be gardening clinics presented by Graham and Linda Ross, performances by the Centrelink Choir, and so much more. Harvey World Travel will give away a 14-night Asian cruise for two on board the Costa Allegra, sailing from Singapore. The expo is open from 10am to 4pm daily. Cost: adults $12; seniors card and pensioners $10. Details: Call 9876 4600 or visit www.emsaust.com.au Home Living has double passes to the expo to give away to readers. For a chance to attend, write on the back of an envelope your name, address, the name of this newspaper and, in 25 words or less, why you would like to go. Mail to: Sydney Retirement and Lifestyle Expo GPO Box 6062, Parramatta Business Centre 2150. Also for a chance to attend the expo, go to this paper's website and click on the competition link. Entries close July 17. Any personal information you provide will be used for this competition alone, will not be provided to any third party and will be destroyed following this competition. ................................................. HOMELIVING Blinding beauty The humble aluminium venetian blind has improved its looks and become environmentally friendly. Luxaflex Window Fashions product developers consulted designers to come up with a stylish new operating mechanism for aluminium venetian blinds. The traditional 0.195mm slat has also been replaced with a stronger, thicker slat of 0.215mm. This ensures the product will last longer and will keep its shape for many years. Luxaflex Window Fashions marketing manager Genevieve Marshall says the recycled content of the product has also increased, with the blinds now utilising 60 to 97 per cent recycled aluminium. The Thermostop slat option means aluminium venetian blinds can reduce heat conduction, reflecting more heat than traditional venetians. Details: Call 135 892 or visit www.luxaflex. com.au 2027242i hln wk39 PLANS ACTRON DESIGN PTY LTD • ALL PLANS • EXTENSIONS • NEW HOMES • COMMERCIAL www.actron.com.au 9410 3363 2190388im 28/4 Wk44 We specialise in DETAILED JOINERY & TIMBER FIT-OUTS YOUR LOCAL TIMBER BUSINESS Dining Tables Kitchen Benches VanityTops Bar Tops Boardroom Tables Custom-made Furniture Bench Seats Coffee Tables Slab Flooring Kitchens Entertainment Units Australian Red Cedar Mackay Cedar Blackbutt Raintree River Red Gum Camphor Laurel Burls & Lots more... TIME 4 TIMBER 24 Ada Avenue, Brookvale Fax 9905 3316 www.time4timber.com.au Phone 9905 3314 Do you need RARE, EXOTIC TIMBERS in your home? FREE 'IN HOME' CONSULTATION 1300 137 198 www.ccbd.com.au Curtains Romans Sunscreens Pelmets Swags Shutters All Blinds Bedspreads LATEST DESIGNS IN CURTAINS & BLINDS by Design CREATIVE CURTAINS 2191321i hln wk22 we reach more active home improvers 86% of Home Living readers have purchased products or services after seeing advertisements in their local Cumberland Newspaper phone 9689 5395 cumberlandnewspapers.com.au advertisenow 2190069 Source: Roy Morgan Readership Survey, June 2006
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