Team Building Events and Activities in Coventry and the West Midlands
Our indoor motivational events like Team Zone Challenge, Ice Cream Challenge, Rollerball and other top sellers cover a wide range of solutions and objectives, being both motivational as well as innovative and even specifically designed to meet individual corporate requirements. We have events to suit all venues, whether it is a stately manor or a hotel or the great outdoors. Our outdoor events like Cryptic Challenge, Rafting, Roller Ball and Treasure Hunt have been an amazing success with many of our prestigious clients like Pepsi, Lloyds Bank, Radisson and Brasher. We have conducted these in Coventry and the surrounding Midlands, with multi activity days incorporating a mixed style of challenges taking you out into the countryside.For more ideas give our sales team a call on 0845 680 6109 and discuss your requirements, fill out a quick enquiry or take a look at some of the other great events we run in Portsmouth!
Our indoor activities are flexible and can be as short or long as you want them to be. Some of our popular and fun events are Chain Reaction, Cryptic Challenge and Chocolate Challenge providing indoor fun and supporting initiative, creativity and better collaboration. The venues in Coventry also provide the perfect backdrop for some of our top selling outdoor activities like Decision Wheel and Flatpack, which are both challenging and entertaining and various other games where tasks have to be completed under pressure.
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History of Coventry
Coventry is a historic place, notable for its civic achievement, its manufacturing as well as the architecture. The city boasts of some of the greatest buildings that stand witness to the medieval golden period. During ancient times, a Saxon settlement was formed in the eastern areas of the Arden forest near River Avon, which later became Coventry. The land had plenty of water from a huge lake called the Babbu lacu, with many fish and water, with a small pool, known as the Swanswell being the only remnant today. The town used to exist as two halves, the Prior’s half and the Earl’s Half, with separate governments till 1345, after which it became united. It grew in importance with the Bishop being relocated to this town and the Royal Charter Grant, which encouraged trade and enterprise. Another interesting thing about Coventry is the old phrase ‘ sent to Coventry’, which means someone is ignored or is to be snubbed by everyone, referring to soldiers in the Civil War who were imprisoned in the St John’s Church, located in Fleet Street and were shunned by the local people.