Team Building in Newbury
We can offer you some fantastic indoor activities for your team, like Roller Ball, Cryptic Challenge, Chain Reaction and so on, as there are many conference centres and stunning hotels in the town and the surrounding area. Some of our top selling outdoor activities, such as Lego Land, Decision Wheel, Flatpack and Make a Million can be conducted at Wasing Park, surrounded by woodland lakes and picturesque tracks. When you combine these surroundings with a Treasure Hunt with a competitive element thrown in, it makes a truly memorable day. You can also enjoy plenty of outdoor activities at the Donnington Valley and the Vineyard, with golf, biking and shooting activities to name a few.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 Newbury!Client Case Study
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 Newbury 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 Newbury
Newbury was originally a Mesolithic settlement. There is some doubt about the existence of the Newbury Castle, though the town certainly had royal connections and King John had visited it several times. The main trade was the cloth trade, with the first factory of Britain being built here by Jack O’Newbury, and the façade of the house can still be seen in Marsh Lane near Marks and Spencer. The cloth trade was later disrupted in the 16th century due to the civil War and the town became impoverished. When Bath came up as a popular destination for the rich, it boosted the economy of Newbury as well, with an increase in coaching inns.
Newbury is a charming market town, previously known as the village Ulverton. During the Wars of the Roses in the 15th century, the Duke of York owned it and it later became a Royal Borough. The famed Newbury Racecourse can be seen in the south-eastern border of the town. Even today, the town is famed for many of its 17th century buildings.