Well it’s certainly been an interesting couple of months since we last published. The March / April issue of Wave was delivered just before lock-down commenced and at the time I don’t think anyone realised what was in store.
This prompted us to adapt to the current situation and publish Wave digitally on this occasion to ensure social distancing is upheld, but also to do right by our advertisers who are also experiencing changes to the way they work.
In this issue, many of our advertisers have included articles next to their adverts to help explain a bit more about what they do and how they can help Waverley residents. As we’re not restricted on space due to not printing this issue, that also means we have more room for news and articles about what’s been happening around Waverley – so we hope you enjoy this bumper online issue and discover something new about where you live.
We’ve got news from Harworth on the new park area and extension of Highfield Lane, some positive news from Waverley Academy, and what we should expect to see from the events team later on in the year, as well as updates from the Community Council, Residents Association and Community Garden.
It’s been great to see how residents have been pulling together during these difficult times. There’s been so many charitable initiatives, such as the Waverley Superhero from Shaun Salmon and Hayley Kirk’s doorstep photography, with both helping raise significant donations to local charities.
We’ve also had the Waverley rainbows dotted around from Harworth, in addition to all the wonderful window displays supporting our keyworkers – all offering something interesting for children (and their adults) to look out for on their daily walks!
All being well, we will be back to print once again for the August issue. If you would like any further info about Wave Magazine in the meantime please drop us a line to firstname.lastname@example.org or visit www.wavemagazine.co.uk
Brendan Hall, Editor