Month: April 2023

Tigers Group takes on Kilt Walk, again

What our team will be walking

As we did last year, our team will once again be taking on the Kiltwalk. We’ll be walking in memory of our friend and colleague, Richard, who passed away suddenly in 2020. Our team will be walking in support of Epilepsy Scotland.

This time we’ll be tackling the Glasgow Kiltwalk on the 30th April. We’re going all out to complete The Mighty Stride of 22.7 miles. We have a 16 strong team made up of members of tigers, Lullaby Lane Nursery and Paradigm Landscapes ready to take on the walk which is expected to take around 8 hours.

Oliver’s head shave

Ahead of the walk, Digital Marketing Trainer/Assessor, Oliver, made the brave decision to shave his head in March. Oliver donated his hair to The Little Princess Trust who provide real hair wigs, free of charge, to children and young people who have lost their own hair through cancer treatment and other conditions. The money Oliver raised from this will join the tigers team’s joint fundraising efforts.

“Shaving my hair off came from an innate desire to be daring, and to inspire donations to the great causes of Epilepsy Scotland and The Little Princess Trust. Knowing that the money and hair will go on to help others has made the cold head worthwhile!”


Oliver Butler, Digital Marketing Trainer/Assessor

If you would like to support us to support this wonderful organisation, please visit our team’s kiltwalk page, all donations greatly appreciated and welcomed. Thank you for your support!

the close community

We invite you to join the close community

An experience exploring early childhood development & relationships

At tigers we believe the answer to many of the challenges being faced by our children & young people is connection and love.

This belief is what inspired us to create this single day experience which brings together inspirational speakers who will interweave the science of connection with stories and experiences of impact offering you invaluable insight to support your daily interaction with our children and young people.

Our speakers are:

John Carnochan, Co-founder of Scottish Violence Reduction Unit

Kate Silverton, Author, Journalist & Child Therapist

Nikki Black MBE, Nursery Head in Glasgow

Ryan McCaig, Lawyer & Speaker

Dr. Suzanne Zeedyk, Developmental Psychologist

In the words of Early Years Academy Manager, Yvonne Stanley; “This experience will bring a community of people together from a variety of sectors, exploring the significance of relationships to support children and young people’s wellbeing.
We are seeing the struggles of our children and young people who are presenting with ever increasing levels of anxiety, concern, uncertainty, and stress. We believe the impact of COVID 19 has only served to heighten these feelings

It will provide an opportunity for us all to understand how relationships surrounded by love and connection really can make a difference.”

Inspiring Potential since 2001.