Team Building in Swindon
We at Tangram events have the perfect team building activities, with multi activities, indoor and outdoor events that can develop special skills or target any specific issue of your organization. You can opt for something completely different like some of our outdoor events, such as Decision Wheel, Cryptic Challenge, Make a Million or Rope Courses, which have been sure fire hits with our esteemed client list, consisting of top names like Pepsi, Radisson, HBOS, KBR, Bradford & Bingley and several others. We also have a whole new set of carefully selected indoor events, as Swindon is a popular spot rendering itself convenient to hold indoor as well as outdoor activities. You can fire up the competitive spirit of your team members with some of our classic indoor favourites, like Team Zone Challenge, Flatpack, Lego Land and Airline.All our clients, like Pepsi, Radisson, Lloyds Bank, Bradford & Bingley and several others have been pleased with our professional and friendly service and our attention to detail.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 Swindon!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 Swindon 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 Swindon
Swindon town is well known for its locomotive factories and for the Great Western Railway during the 19th century. Urban settlement on the hills first began with the famed de Valency family, who were the lords of the High Swindon during the 13th century. It used to be a small market town, but the town’s fortunes took an upswing with the discovery of white smooth stone quarry during the 17th century, making it more prosperous. Trade also increased during the 1800s with the opening of the Wilts and Berks and the North Wilts Canal. It was during 1840 that the Great Western Railway line reached the town and started railway works here, making it a railway town. Even today, the railway heritage can be seen in the museums, though in 1986, the railway works were closed. It continued to grow through the 1900s and is one of the fastest growing towns in the country, with the Bath University opening a branch in the town during 2000 and the Great Western Hospital in the year 2002.