A family festival-style event for 1000 guests made up of employees and the families of a large Chippenham based employer. Attractions included a fairground, arena entertainment, live music, bar, food, games and a zen zone. A wonderful event allowing a a company to thank it’s staff and their families for their continued support.
An adventurous team building river expedition based in and around the stunning setting of Symonds Yat in the Wye Valley. In addition to a stunning river paddle, land-based activities included climbing, walking and bush craft skills to ensure that there was something for everyone to enjoy. The event culminated in a river-side BBQ.
A private garden party held in the garden of our client. A beautiful stretch tent was used to cover the patios, flowerbeds and swimming pool. Fire pits and flame torches were used to create warmth and ambience on a late summers evening. Food, drink and music flowed all evening with the party culminating in a fireworks display just before midnight.
An ambitious team building event designed to get the participants involved in foraging for, preparing and then eating a delicious banquet. The event had a strong educational element as guests learned about using wild ingredients in food.
A team building murder mystery activity that involved teams romping across the British countryside in pursuit of a wild beast that had just escaped captivity. Learning about the beasts habits, the teams had to collect items of food and equipment before constructing a cage and attempting to recapture this dangerous creature.
A London-based law firm wanted to thank its staff and families for all the hard work and effort they put in to contribute to the success of the company. A music and sporting festival event was held within the grounds of a private school in Essex. When we say ‘sporting’ we mean that in a very general sense!!
A day long team building event for a Bristol based client. The challenge here was to embrace the dynamic and extensive grounds of the National Trust estate, Woodchester Park by tailoring the activities to the natural features presented to us. Tree climbing, walking, mountain biking, wild art and den building were among some of the adventurous and relaxing elements to this event.
When Bath-based office designers, Interaction wanted to celebrate the conversion of underground vaults into a vibrant and dynamic working environment, they engaged us to help turn the venue into a party space. They then invited clients and friends for an evening of entertainment, food and drink and to share the night with them, whilst they showcased their achievements.
Our brief here was to incorporate a substantial walk and orienteering experience with activities throughout a day long team building experience for 200 guests. We chose the Mendip Hills as the location as our client was Bristol based. The event took guests across 8 miles of stunning scenery ending in the town of Cheddar for food, drink and relaxation.
A family circus event for 900 guests held in the grounds of Bowood House, Wiltshire. The afternoon event was held in two stages, the first being a six act interactive circus show followed by a BBQ lunch, live music and kids craft activities held in a glorious lake-side location.