With the dark nights drawing in, Autumn is well and truly on its way. But with this comes lots of fun activities for all the family, with Halloween and Bonfire Night just around the corner. Hopefully this year we will be able to take in these festivities a bit more than we were able to in 2020.

Waverley always goes to town with Halloween, more so than anywhere else I have seen, and often reminds me of what you see in Hollywood movies. There will be fun for all the family again this year, and the Waverley Events team are doing another pumpkin trail, which you will find a Halloween Bingo tick list for in this issue of Wave.

On the subject of events, there’s a summary the recent Scarecrow Festival – find out who this year’s winners were and keep an eye out for a guest appearance from the events team, school councillors and entrants into the festival on Channel 5’s ‘This week on the farm’ later in the month!

There’s a lot happening over the next couple of months that we can all get involved in as a community, so make sure you add the key dates to your diary from pages 10 & 11.

Waverley Community Council welcome two new councillors to their team and provide a useful update on the Garden Room and what they are doing to tackle speeding in the area on page 4.

We also have all the latest news from our magazine sponsor, Harworth, who provide an update on the much anticipated Olive Lane local centre, the Marriott Hotel, Waverley Park and what to expect from the next phase of housing.

Check out the Halloween themed film, tv and music reviews as well 🎃

Thanks to everyone who has got involved in this issue. If you would like any further info about featuring in Wave Magazine, please drop us a line to hello@wavemagazine.co.uk.

Brendan Hall, Editor

Read issue 23 of Wave Magazine here