Team Building in Bath

As a mobile events company, KDM provide a broad range of team building activities and games in Bath either at the venue of your choice – or we can recommend venues in the Bath area depending on your requirements and budget. Voted the “Best Event Provider” at both the 2017 and 2018 M&IT Awards, KDM Events are a renowned full-service Event Management Company who specialise in delivering memorable events for our corporate clients! Please follow the below links for some of our most popular team events or to view the full portfolio – whilst you may wish to “Filter Results” to quickly find the event that best suits your objectives.

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Team Building in Bath

Looking for cost effective team building events near to home in Bath? Check out the great range of versatile team events KDM can deliver in local venues or even at your offices! From indoor kart building, inflatable games and strategic problem solving through to filming, singing and dancing we have the right team building event for you. Click on the buttons for details and pricing of the possibilities in Bath ...

And don’t spend your valuable time trawling the net looking for the right venues in Bath – give us a call and we’ll recommend some of the great locations we’ve worked at previously. We know exactly what works where so feel free to pick our brains!

Team Building Venues in Bath

Venues in Bath where we have created events include Holiday Inn Express – Bath, Priston Mill – Priston, Guyers House Hotel & Restaurant – Corsham, The Holburne Museum – Bath, Bath Pavilion, The Innovation Centre – Central Bath plus many more.

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Team Building in Bath

So make the most of your budget with the best team building experiences for your guests in Bath. Events that inspire, motivate and energise your teams are what we do best throughout the UK so get in touch now for a swift, no hassle response from our Staffordshire and London offices.

  • The city became part of Avon when the county was created in 1974 as part of a Local Government Reorganisation. Since 1996 when Avon was abolished Bath has been the principal centre of the unitary authority of Bath and North East Somerset.

    Bath was first established as a spa with the Latin name Aquae Sulis ("the waters of Sulis") by the Romans in AD 43. They built baths and a temple on the bordering hills of Bath in the valley of the River Avon around hot springs. The Baths are approximately 6 metres (20 ft) below the current city street level. Around the hot springs, Roman pillar bases, baths and foundations can still be seen although all the stonework above the level of the baths is from more recent periods.

    In August 2003 the Three Tenors sang at a special concert mark the opening of a modern hot water spa in Bath city centre called the Thermae Bath Spa. However ongoing delays to the project caused the actual launch to happen in 2006, three years later.

    The city has many cultural and sporting venues, museums and theatres, helping to make it a huge centre for tourism. The city was chosen by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site in 1987, recognising its international cultural importance.

    Since 2000, developments have included the Bath Spa, South Gate and the Bath Western Riverside project.

    Bath has a total area of 29 square kilometres (11 square miles) and is located at the base of the Avon Valley near the southern edge of the Cotswolds, creating a spectrum of limestone hills. These surrounding hills give Bath its elevated streets and cause the buildings to appear to mount the slopes.

    The flood plain of the River Avon which flows through Bath city centre, has an altitude of about 18 metres (59 ft) above sea level.

    Bath's five theatres - Bath Theatre Royal, Ustinov Studio, the Egg, the Rondo Theatre and the Mission Theatre – have an international appeal to internationally famous artists and directors and their programmes include an annual season by Sir Peter Hall.

    Bath also has an enduring musical tradition; The Klais Organ is housed at Bath Abbey and is the biggest concert venue in the city with some 26 organ recitals and 20 concerts each year. The city holds the Bath International Music Festival and Mozartfest every year.

    Bath is home to the Museum of East Asian Art, the Victoria Art Gallery and Holburne Museum of Art, many commercial art galleries and antique shops, as well as various museums among them the Fashion Museum, the Jane Austen Centre, the Herschel Museum of Astronomy, the Bath Postal Museum and the Roman Baths. During the 18th century Thomas Gainsborough and Sir Thomas Lawrence resided and painted in Bath. John Maggs, a painter well known for his coaching scenes, was born and lived in Bath with his artistic family.

    Experimenting with motion pictures and celluloid in his studio, William Friese-Greene was in Bath in the 1870s developing some of the first movie camera technology there. He is generally regarded as the inventor of cinematography.

    The city has many public parks, the main one being Royal Victoria Park. Opened by 11 year old Princess Victoria in 1830 it was the first park to hold her name. The park is overlooked by the Royal Crescent and is 23 hectares in area. Other parks include: Parade Gardens, Henrietta Park, Alexandra Park, Hedgemead Park, Alice Park and Sydney Park.

    The University of Bath was established in 1966 and in 2011 the Sunday Times named it University of the Year. It is known academically for the physical sciences, mathematics, architecture, management and technology. Bath Spa University was first granted its degree-awarding powers in 1992 as a university college, before being granted university status in August 2005.

    Other interesting fact s about Bath include:

    The Sally Lunn buns (a type of teacake) have long been baked in Bath.

    Bath City F.C. is the major football team and in 2010 achieved promotion to the Conference National from the Conference South.

    The city boasts publishing and service-oriented industries being home to companies such as Future Publishing and London & County mortgage brokers.

    The Royal Crescent terrace built between 1767 and 1774 is Bath’s most famous and was designed by John Wood.

    Jane Austen lived in Bath from 1801 until 1806 with her family.