I RECENTLY spoke to a Wayne’s World reader who stopped me in the street to say how much she, along with her husband, enjoy reading this column each week and she told me all about their routine of doing so.

She said the most important thing is to put the kettle on. Then with a cup of tea and a biscuit at the ready her husband reads out my column. The lady said it’s like having a friendly chat with me each week.

Hearing this has really made my day as that is exactly what I aim for with this column as I also try to do with my weekly video on my community website All About Trafford.

I actually sit down with a cup of tea and sometimes a biscuit myself when I write Wayne’s World, so we really are having a cuppa and a chat together.

I’m really pleased that readers are enjoying reading what I write and I’d like to thank you for joining me each week for our chats.

I’d also like to say a huge thank-you to those readers who came along to support me at my monthly residency at Mulino in Urmston.

We had a great evening and it was my pleasure to sing for you. My next performance there is on Thursday March 12, at 8pm.

You can book a table for a lovely Italian meal while you listen by ringing 0161 286 7819 or you are very welcome to come in and use the bar and don’t forget to say hello to me and my Val.

I have lots of singing bookings coming in from across the borough and my diary is really filling up nicely with events.

I’m very much looking forward to performing for the Altrincham and Sale Chamber of Commerce which is celebrating its 110-year anniversary with a new year dinner this Friday at the Cresta Court Hotel in Altrincham.

The event will include the president’s, Sue Aldridge, and vice-president’s, Alex Evans, inaugurations, and the guest speaker for the event is Sir Graham Brady MP. I’ll tell you all about the evening next week.

To finish with this week I’d like to tell you about our lovely Valentine’s Day. Val and I went to Globe restaurant in Chorlton to celebrate St. Valentine’s Day and we had a beautiful, delicious meal there.

We don’t often leave Trafford to dine out but when we do it has to be ‘Globe’ for us. The food there is out of this world and we really enjoyed our evening together.

My Val does so much for me and I am so lucky to have such a supportive, loving wife by my side through life.

It was an absolute pleasure to spend an evening celebrating that fact.

I sing about love all the time so it was lovely to just sit and celebrate it ourselves. I’m an old romantic at heart so I absolutely love Valentine’s Day or any excuse to be romantic with my lady.

See you all at 6pm on Monday for my weekly video A Word from Wayne on the community website www.allabouttrafford.co.uk and I’ll see you back here in Wayne’s World next week.