I have had the great honour and pleasure of writing this column each week for the past couple of years and it has been an absolute privilege for me to do so.

Sharing what I've been up to with my events and performances, highlighting all the amazing people we have here in Trafford, bringing celebrity interviews with a Trafford connection and highlighting key individuals who otherwise wouldn't receive any recognition for the amazing things they do in our wonderful borough.

There's a saying that states that all good things must come to an end and I'm sad to inform you that this will be my final Wayne's World column. It's not a decision I have taken lightly, I have really given this some serious thought but I feel that now the time is right to say goodbye.

Sadly, due to Covid-19, there hasn't been any events and although things are slowing getting back to some sense of normality it is looking like it will still be some time before the entertainment industry gets going again and I will be able to sing again! So with no events to write about I feel that this column has now run its natural course and it's time to sadly call it a day.

I will continue to support our community to the best of my ability and promote anything Trafford related, as I always have done, on my community website www.allabouttrafford.co.uk and I hope you will still visit me there for my weekly videos which will now move to 6pm every Sunday. I am also working on a few projects, behind the scenes, that take up a lot of my time and I know that the Messenger Newspaper, as they always have done, will let you know all about them when the time is right.

The Messenger has been absolutely brilliant to me over the years and I would especially like to thank the previous editor Mike Crutchley for giving me my column and Karl Holbrook for keeping my column in the paper when he took over as editor. Also Robert Kelly who I send my column to each week. Thank you all for your friendship and support but most of all for your trust in me to deliver an interesting column each week.

It has been my pleasure to interview celebrities like Ian McShane, Karl Pilkington, Sally Dynevor, Jimmi Harkishin, Julie and Tom Malone, Steve Evets, Joe Gilgun, Danny Brocklehurst, Karen Henthorn and Reece Dinsdale to name but a few. I thank them for taking time out of their busy schedules to talk with me and helping to make Wayne's World the success it has been.

I have loved every single minute of writing for the community and I'm so appreciative of your support over the years not just of my column but of my events. Thank you all.

On the Messenger website I have had some lovely supportive comments for which I am very grateful. The Princess of Urmston and Urmston Wonder Woman have commented on every single column every single week, from week one, without fail. Thank you very much for your loyal support.

For everyone else who has commented, supported or gone out of their way to get a copy of the Messenger to read my column, I sincerely thank you.

So I'd like to finish my final Wayne's World column by sending you all the very best wishes from me and my Val, thanking you all for your continued support and hoping that I see you all again when things are back to normal at an event here in our wonderful borough of Trafford.

As the late Vera Lynn said. 'I know we'll meet again some sunny day'.

Stay safe and look after each other. Lots of love to you all from me and my Val