It’s finally here! In a move to enhance community engagement and promote the vibrant spirit of Waterloo, we are excited to announce the highly anticipated relaunch of our website, WeAreWaterloo.co.uk. This new digital platform aims to allow workers, residents, and visitors to connect with the community and stay informed about the latest events and updates in the Waterloo area.
With a colourful and sleek design, WeAreWaterloo.co.uk provides a comprehensive hub of information, resources, and interactive features tailored specifically to meet the needs of our BID Members and the wider Waterloo community. Whether it’s discovering upcoming events, exploring local businesses, or getting involved in community initiatives, the website is the new one-stop shop for all things Waterloo.
Visitors to the new website can make use of the following features:
We invite you to explore the new website and join this digital Waterloo community. For any questions about the website or to report any technical issues please email: email@example.com. Submit content to be promoted on the website through our Request Promotion form.
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