Spring is here!
Spring has certainly sprung, the sun is shining, the days are about to get longer and we have a whole host of outdoor teambuilding events for your team to get involved in!
The Winter Olympics
Friday 5th February 2022 marks the start of the Winter Olympic Games hosted by Beijing in China. Now we've got some great Olympic facts for you!
Back to business!
We are ever hopeful for a more 'normal' year in 2022 for our team building events, with more people feeling confident to physically get together to reunite their teams!
Team building 2022
With a new year comes a whole new calendar of event dates! We have a huge range of indoor, outdoor and evening events to suit any group size - so be sure to get your preferred dates booked in now!
Our favorite indoor events
As it's winter, our indoor events are by far the most popular choice for our clients. So we thought we'd share some of our faveorites!
It's virtually Christmas!
Working from home has become the 'new norm' for many companies since the start of the pandemic, we offer the perfect virtual solution to keep your teams working together.
Trick or Treat?
We all love to celebrate Halloween... I mean, who doesn't enjoy free candy?! But have you ever thought about the history behind the holiday? Find out more in this month's spooktastic blog.
Summer events are still on!
With the sunshine making a late appearance there's still plenty of time to book an outdoor event this summer however, we do have plenty of indoor & virtual options available as we move into the winter months!
19th July Freedom Day!
As the last of the lock down restrictions are finally lifted in England the country celebrates with what is now reffered to as 'Freedom Day'!
Happy Forth of July!
4th July marks America's independence day, with large celebrations being held not only in the States but across the world!
Transition out of lockdown
The Covid 19 outbreak has been an incredibly challenging time for all types of workplaces and there's a lot to think about as we transition out of lockdown and return to normality.