02 Aug 2018
Toddlers are being invited to put their best foot forward at St. Enoch Centre’s much-loved Toddle Waddle.
The popular event to support St. Enoch Centre’s charity partner, Scottish Autism, will be held in the morning of Sunday 7th October 2018.
The Toddle Waddle is open to all toddlers and under 5s and will take place in the shopping centre. This year, St. Enoch Centre is calling on wee ones to dress up as their favourite character, superhero or princess to add to the excitement of the day.
In addition to the safe & quiet space, which is open all year round in the centre, there will also be a dedicated unit where walkers can take time out from the event if required.
Hamley & Hatty Bear from Hamleys along with Scottish Autism’s, Wallace Bear will get everyone ready for the walk with an extra special warm up. There will also be prizes up for grabs on the day including a prize for the best dressed costume and the toddler who raises the most money for charity will be rewarded with a birthday party at Hamleys.
Anne Ledgerwood, General Manager at St. Enoch Centre, said: “We are proud to support our charity partner Scottish Autism who work hard every day to make a real difference to the lives of so many autistic adults and children. Our Toddle Waddle is a way for our young shoppers and their families to raise money for this worthwhile charity whilst having a fun day out.”
Commenting, Karen Wilson, Fundraising Manager at Scottish Autism, said: “We are delighted to be working in partnership with St. Enoch Centre and we are looking forward to the upcoming Toddle Waddle. Initiatives like this go a long way towards helping us raise awareness and funds for autism. With the added fun and excitement that comes with dressing up as a favourite character, it is sure to be a great day out for all the family.”
To register for the Toddle Waddle and receive a fundraising pack, please visit https://www.scottishautism.org/events/other-events/st-enoch-toddle-waddle or call 0141 212 0505. Registration costs £1 per child and all money raised on the day will be used by the charity towards the range of invaluable services and support they provide to individuals with autism and their families