Corporate Team Building Events and Activities in Aylesbury and Buckinghamshire
We have had the privilege of working with some of the top corporate organizations, such as Pepsi, Bradford & Bingley, Lloyds Bank, KBR, Radissons and several others, to their utmost satisfaction. If you are looking for a unique, engaging or inspiring event for your team, we have several creative events that can involve everyone, right from our popular indoor bestsellers like Team Zone Challenge and Flatpack to exciting and adventure filled outdoor events like Make a Million, Rafting, Roller Ball and Cryptic Challenge, to name a few. Our games will offer all the participants a chance to engage and shine, promoting inspired thinking and problem solving techniques. All this is provided in the exotic and calm environment of Ayelsbury’s charming countryside.
History of Aylesbury
Aylesbury has a very early historical origin, with the population being dated to the Bronze Age. A hill fort dating to the 4th century BC has been found here, being traced back to the Iron Age. However, it derived its present name from the Anglo Saxons who came here in 571 AD. During the Anglo Saxon times, it used to be a market town and also attracted pilgrims, as it was the place of burial of Saint Osyth. The marketplace is now reduced in its size, but remains the focus of the city. It used to also have two fairs in a year during the middle Ages, attracting traders from Buckinghamshire who wanted to sell their wares. Later, bone lace making along with duck rearing was taken up by the residents and in the 19th century, it achieved fame with the Aylesbury Duck and many people used to flock here to buy this delicacy from the local traders. During 1450, it became a centre of political intrigue, as the religious institution named the Guild of St. Mary became the meeting place for political dignitaries. During the 1960s, it became famous internationally, with the Great Train robbery taking place about six miles from the town.
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Aylesbury is the county town of Buckinghamshire and is located in the London commuter belt. The town has some popular destinations nearby, such as the Waddesdon manor and the Claydon House as well as the Stowe Landscape Garden.Aylesbury offers ample scope for various outdoor activities, such as hiking and climbing or even skiing and surfing. The Coombe Hill in Buckinghamshire is just about 9 KMs with the Haddington Hill, the Wendover Woods and the Pavis Woods all located nearby, offering the perfect surroundings for your team building events in Aylesbury. The area around the St. Mary’s Church is a conservation area and has several Georgian buildings that offer a gentle ambience suitable for outdoor team building activities. The King’s Head Hotel also offers a venue of historical significance, as it was here that Henry VI spent his honeymoon with Margaret of Anjou. The English countryside has canal cruises and several wooded footpaths found in the Chilterns.