Corporate Events in Berkshire


The other reference to Berkshire is the Royal County of Berkshire due to Windsor Castle, the main residence of the Queen, being in the county.

Corporate Events in Berkshire

Some of the best Corporate Event ideas in Berkshire are waiting just behind those buttons on the right! KDM have a great collection of Corporate Events to entertain, challenge, reward, thank or wow your audience - all flexible enough to be held at your offices or in a local Berkshire venue. So, take a look and then give us a call or drop us a line to talk through your options!

There are so many venues to choose from in Berkshire where you might host your Corporate Event. Below are some of the venues we’ve worked at previously so call us to get our take on the best style of venue in Berkshire for your particular event.

Corporate Event Venues in Berkshire

Venues in Berkshire where KDM have recently created and delivered Corporate Events and Corporate Entertainment for our clients include Oakley Court – Windsor, Madejski Stadium – Reading, De Vere Sunningdale Park – Ascot, Coppid Beech – Bracknell, Easthampstead Park Conference Centre – Wokingham, Stoke Place – Stoke Poges plus many more.

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Corporate Events in Berkshire

Whether it’s in Berkshire or anywhere else in the UK, we have some of the most enjoyable, memorable and objective focused Corporate Events on offer. Take a look at the buttons on the right and get in touch with one of our offices in London or Staffordshire – we’d love to help you with your next event.

  • The use of the title Royal Berkshire dates to the 19th century and was officially acknowledged by the Queen in 1957.

    Dating from 840, Berkshire is one of the oldest counties in England, the likely extent of time of the unification of "Sunningum" (East Berkshire) and "Ashdown" (the Berkshire Downs and Kennet Valley). Berkshire is first mentioned by name in 860 and Berkshire is believed to take its name from a big forest of box trees called Bearroc which is believed, in turn, to be a Celtic word meaning "hill".

    Many battles have been witnessed in Berkshire throughout history including the Battle of Reading, Alfred the Great's campaign against the Danes, the Battle of Ashdown and the Battle of Englefield. Newbury was the site of two Civil War battles, the first, at Wash Common in 1643 and the second Battle of Newbury in 1644 at Speen.