Part of the city of Liverpool, Wavertree is a small area that falls under the county of Merseyside. The town has a long history, which is reflected in and around the area through attractions and sites such as The Roundhouse, which was once a lock-up or temporary detention centre from ancient Britain. The Holy Trinity Church is also a part of the local heritage while the former town hall of Wavertree has been converted into a modern-day pub whilst still retaining its historic structure. The town has been home to number of popular personalities over the years including George Harrison, John Lennon, Ross Barkley, Bill Kenwright and Norman Rossington.
This area is full of small and medium sized businesses operating out of executive suites and retail units in the town. Some of the businesses based here include builders & building material suppliers, construction companies, architects, accounting firms and financial advisors. There are also some logistics firms in the area alongside graphic design firms, education centres, and car hire firms. Punchline Media has an office in Wavertree as do Creare Communications, NCI and Siterent.
Entertainment And Dining Out
Wavertree offers a range of entertainment with venues like the Empire hosting many exciting live shows. Central Station is a great place to catch comedy live acts while the Echo Arena is all about the performing arts. Theatre fans can head to the Unity Theatre for a night filled with extravagant stage productions. Food is never a problem in and around Wavertree with a number of restaurants serving a wide array of cuisines. Academy has a contemporary European menu while Shiraz serves up wonderful food from the Middle-East. There is Japanese food on offer at Etsu and Brasco Lounge combines food from different parts of the world and serves it all under one roof.
Wavertree has good road links with the B5178, B5179 and A562 running through it while the A5058 is just south-west of the area, offering convenient connectivity for drivers and users of bus, taxi or coach services. The town is also connected to Liverpool Lime Street Railway Station via the Northern Rail network, which runs through Wavetree Technology Park Railway Station. Liverpool John Lennon Airport is the closest major airport providing national and international air-travel links while the Port of Liverpool provides another travel-option for commuters in the area.