Spring has sprung! Well it did for a week until Winter decided to make one last appearance, which takes me back to when we moved onto Waverley around this time 9 years ago. Fingers crossed the Easter weekend, when this issue of Wave lands with you, sees a bit more sunshine.

This time of year does indicate more activity on Waverley; construction starts to ramp up, and we can get out and about in the community more, so we should start to see further progress on Olive Lane, the Marriott Hotel and Waverley Park, as well as some much missed events which we haven’t been able to take part in over the past couple of years.

On to developments first, we’re delighted to share the latest plans from our magazine sponsor, Harworth, on the first stage of construction of the new Waverley Park. A ‘learn to bike’ track will be part of the first phase of development, which you can read about on page 4.

You’ll be pleased to know the Waverley Events team are back (well, they never went away really) and are working hard on our next community event – Waverley’s Platinum Jubilee celebration. This is taking place on Sunday 5th June at Central Park – make a note of the date in your diaries and keep an eye out on the Waverley Events Facebook page for more info.

Waverley Community Council also provide their regular update and are working together with Waverley Junior Academy to raise awareness of parking safety outside the school, which you can read about on page 8.

As a final note, Wave always has been, and always will be, a community magazine. We offer an independent voice to share your news or promote your business. If you would like any further info about featuring in Wave Magazine, please drop us a line to brendan@wavemagazine.co.uk.

Thank you for reading, and for your continued support!

Read Issue 26 of Wave Magazine here


Brendan Hall, Editor