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Team Building Derbyshire

Provides a range of off-the-shelf team building activities and costs for companies. Team challenge activities for outdoor and indoor team building can be put together for full team building days.

  • indoor or outdoor team building in the Peak District;
  • a conference activity or a conference energiser;
  • ideas for team awaydays at your offices, a conference centre or a Peak District Hotel;
  • an activity for a small team of six or a whole company.

    Team building ideas:

    • African Drumming
    • Archery
    • Boomwhacker Workshop
    • Circus Skills
    • Great Egg Race
    • Laser Clay Shooting
    • Laser Tag
    • Magic Workshop
    • Monster Trucks
    • Raft Building
    • Samba Workshop
    • Team Problem Solving

    If you can't find exactly what you are looking for here then simply contact us and we will be happy to help.

    If you are looking for the delivery of bespoke events for communication, training and motivation needs, talk to an expert at Unique Solutions Ltd. Unique Solutions specialise in the design and delivery of bespoke and magical events which are focussed on your objectives and business outcomes.

  • [This is just an indicator of the services for this business, for full and current descriptions please visit their website or contact them.]

    Website: 
    teambuildingderbyshire.co.uk
    Email: 
    Phone: 
    01629 690015
    Address: 
    Garner Place, Holt Lane , Matlock , Derbyshire , DE4 3LY
       
    Category: 
    Leisure / Sport,  Personal Services
    Area: 
    Derbyshire
    Editing: 
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