If you would like to try and get hold of Little Tigers Magazine, here is an overview of where the (fewer than usual) printed copies went this time. If you can’t get to any of these places, or if all the copies have gone, you can read it online (and download it) here on our e-reader.
The following local libraries said yes, they were happy for us to drop off copies of the magazine: Altrincham, Bramhall, Cheadle, Cheadle Hulme, Hazel Grove, Knutsford, Macclesfield, Poynton, Edgeley, Reddish and Wilmslow.
Soft Play and Leisure Centres
Thanks to Bollington Leisure Centre, Fun4All play centre (Macclesfield), Box Football (Cheadle), Just Giggle soft play (Cheadle), and Jump Space specialist soft play and sensory therapy centre (Stockport), for leaving copies out for parents to read while the kids are running wild.
Only some children’s centres have reopened, and those that have are running fewer social groups and providing only limited face-to-face contact. This time, printed copies have gone to Hurdsfield (Macclesfield), Oakenclough (Wilmslow) and Abacus (Stockport) children’s centres.
Other Public Places
Thanks to the Little Bigheads hairdressing salons, Poynton and Stockport Tourist Information Centres, and Simply Books (Bramhall) for giving out paper copies. Many health visitors kindly give copies of Little Tigers to their new Mums; a few community baby and toddler groups have done so – but nearly all are closed until September.
Schools, Playgroups and Nurseries
A few of our usual primary school / playgroup / day nursery distributors asked us to bring printed copies this time. However most declined for covid-reasons, and emailed the link to the digital edition to their parents instead.