Founder of 

Tiger Community Enterprise CIC​

Project manager for our community enterprise and our partner organisations 

Read about our projects

Running projects that support enterprise

Whether it's a showcase opportunity for local organisations or a volunteer opportunity for individuals to build work skills, supporting enterprise and helping people to help themselves is at the heart of all we do.

StrEAT Food Stall

After working with the Green Kitchen on their food stall for a number of years Tiger finally set up their own community food stall in March 2018.

Now regulars at Papplewick Pumping Station Steaming events, we also pop up at community events across Nottingham and other events including Steampunk Filey.

Our traditional menu features Homemade Steak & Ale Stew, Duck Fat Roast Potatoes, BBQ Chicken and Hot Dogs and all profits support our community activities

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Tiger Green Textiles

Community is central to this project. 

Working in and with the community we take unwanted materials and recycle them into a wide range of craft, gift and homeware items.

Learn and share skills,  build confidence and self esteem and make new friends all whilst doing our bit for the planet.

We are now have premises in the Basement at      38 Carrington Street, Nottingham, NG1 7FG 

Our diary will include Community Workshops, Drop in Sessions, Learn to Sew Classes and working with community partners.

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Tiger Work Skills

This pilot initiative offered voluntary work placements to individuals looking to build their work skills and readiness for work.

Working alongside Disability Direct Nottingham, and with funding from the Big Lottery, we offered places to young people including disabled people and the unemployed to support us with sales, marketing and events.

We are currently seeking funding to run another programme working with disaffected young people, focusing on their transferable skills and works skills to help them move forward in their career paths

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Our mission: To help people help themselves to grow

This is the basis of all the projects we run. 

Everyone needs a helping hand now and again and we are here to offer that support.

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Support our Community Textiles Workshops

Profits from sales of our makes and sustainable living range contribute to the cost of running our community recycling workshops. 

Keeping them free to attend and accessible to all.

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Coming soon: we will be launching a new crowdfunding campaign shortly and the link above will go live.

Funding Partners ›

We have received funding as one of the Coop Local Causes to support our community workshops throughout 2020

Business Partners ›

We work with partners in a number of ways, whether it's delivering a workshop, offering opportunities to their group to work with us or general support and engagement.

If you would like to work with us please get in touch

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Registered Address

59 Chingford Road





38 Carrington Street