We hope everyone has had a great Easter holiday, hopefully this will be the last holiday period under the stricter lockdown laws, and we can start to look forward to further easing and a bit more freedom as we approach the summer.
It’s strange to think that we have all been living like this for over a year now, and whilst it has caused so much disruption to everyone it does seem like there is light at the end of the tunnel now.
A lot has happened at Waverley during this time; the school has opened, further phases of the residential development have completed, with new one’s starting, we have more green space, and progress is starting to be made on the Olive Lane mixed use development. We have an update on this from our magazine sponsor Harworth in this issue.
We also have our regular updates from the Community Council and the Waverley Events team, who are just as eager as everyone else for lockdown restrictions to ease so the fantastic community events can start once again. We have exciting news from the Ecoporium, Waverley’s new plastic free coffee shop, as well as our culture features on local history, music, film and motoring. We are saying goodbye to the Jim on Cars feature after this issue, so a big thanks to James Harley for his fantastic contributions over the past two and a half years.
Finally, a big thank you as always to all our advertisers who make Wave possible. There are some great local businesses in Wave who are ready to help you out a wide range of home and business related services.
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Brendan Hall, Editor