Team Building in Eastbourne

As a mobile events company, KDM provide a broad range of team building activities and games in Eastbourne either at the venue of your choice – or we can recommend venues in the Eastbourne 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 Eastbourne

Some of the best team building events in Eastbourne are just a click away! KDM have a great collection of team building solutions versatile enough to be held at your offices or in a local Eastbourne venue. Take a look at the buttons over on the right for pricing and details, then give us a call or drop us a line to talk through your options.

And if you’re wondering where in Eastbourne to hold your event, look no further. Check out some of the great locations we’ve worked at previously below and get in touch - we’ll help you find the right venue at the right price.

Team Building Venues in Eastbourne

Venues in Eastbourne where we have created events include Hydro Hotel - Mount Road, The Palm Court Hotel – Eastbourne, The Pavilion – Eastbourne, Birling Manor – Eastbourne, Ocean Suite - Eastbourne Pier plus many more.

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Team Building in Eastbourne

Or thinking you might also need a location outside Eastbourne? We’re flexible enough to be able to deliver all our great team building events anywhere in the UK, so contact our Staffordshire or London offices to find out more.

  • The iconic Eastbourne Pier was built between 1866 and 1872 at the junction of Grand and Marine Parades and today houses a nightclub, amusement arcades and a public house. It has a rare, working and operational camera obscura.

    An annual raft competition takes place where competitors, usually local businesses, circumnavigate the pier in homemade rafts whilst being bombarded by a water-cannon.

    Flint mines and other Stone Age specimens have been recovered in the neighbouring countryside, and there are Roman remains buried beneath Eastbourne including a Roman bath, an area of pavement between the present pier and the redoubt fortress and a Roman villa near the entrance to the pier and the present Queens Hotel.

    Willingdon Down is a designated Site of Special Scientific Interest and is of archaeological interest due to its Neolithic camp and burial grounds. The area is also a nationally renowned tract of chalk grassland rich in species.

    The promenade from Sovereign Harbour to Beachy Head occupies a 4 mile area of shingle beach. Piers, Victorian hotels and a bandstand form most of the Eastbourne seafront . An important element of Eastbourne's seafront is The Wish Tower and part of Tower 68 shapes the basement of a house on St. Antony's Hill. Eastbourne Redoubt, a fortress that was built between 1805 and 1807, was a barracks and storage depot and equipped with 10 cannons. Sovereign Harbour in Eastbourne contains a marina, shops and many houses along with luxury flats and apartments and is home to many rare plants. The lighthouse at the foot of the cliff came into operation in October 1902.

    Eastbourne has four council-owned theatres, the Grade II listed Devonshire Park Theatre, the Grade II* listed Congress Theatre, the Grade II listed Royal Hippodrome Theatre and the Grade II listed Winter Garden. The Devonshire Park Theatre is a Victorian theatre with ornate interior decorations, and the longest running summer show in Britain is the Royal Hippodrome. Other theatre venues in Eastbourne include the volunteer-run Underground Theatre, in the basement of the town's Central Library, and The Lamb Theatre, based at the Lamb Inn in Old Town. The Towner Arts Centre was launched in 2009 neighbouring the listed Congress Theatre constructed in 1963. The Congress Theatre presents a yearly season of The London Philharmonic Orchestra.

    In 2009, Eastbourne gained a new cultural centre, replacing the Manor House as home of the Towner Art Gallery; it is situated in the cultural district near to the Congress Theatre and Devonshire Park.

    Eastbourne has numerous parks and gardens and there are several smaller open areas including the Western Lawns, Upperton Gardens and the Carpet Gardens. Other parks include: Helen Gardens and the Italian Gardens, Sovereign Park and Motcombe Gardens.

    The first public park in Eastbourne was Hampden Park and opened on 12 August 1902. Facilities include: football pitches, rugby club, indoor bowls, a large lake, lakeside cafe, children's recreation area, tennis courts, BMX and skate facility, disc golf course and woodland. In 2002 Shinewater Park opened and is the biggest and newest park. There is a large fishing lake, basketball, football pitches, a BMX and skate park and children's playground. Gildredge Park is a large open park located between the town centre and Old Town. The smaller connecting Manor Gardens has a rose garden, shady areas and lawns. Eastbourne's Prince’s Park obtained its name during a visit by the Duke of Windsor as Prince of Wales in 1931. It has a children's play area with bowls, paddling pool, cafe and a big lake, famous for its swans. Used by a nearby water-sports centre, the lake offers windsurfing and kayak training.

    Other recreation facilities include three fitness centres and other smaller sports clubs including scuba diving and two swimming pools. At the east side of the seafront lies a children's adventure park whilst other establishments include crazy golf, go-karting and Laser Quest.

    ‘How We Lived Then’ in Eastbourne is a museum of local history and shops with exhibits representing complete scenarios such as shops and houses with realistic sized models.

    Eastbourne Bandstand organises the 1812 Firework Concerts, Rock ‘N Roll nights, Big Band concerts, Promenade concerts and Tribute Nights.

    The world's largest seafront air show, 'Airbourne' is a major event in Eastbourne and is being held over four days. Initiated in 1993, the event incorporates Battle of Britain memorial flights and aircraft from the RAF, USAF and others and builds upon the town’s established relations with the Red Arrows display team.

    One of the Harry Potter films filmed scenes at Beachy Head. Filming took place both on the pier for the film Half a Sixpence (1969) and near to the bandstand in Eastbourne.

    Eastbourne's floral displays frequently win awards - and in 2003 Eastbourne won the 'Coastal Resort B' division in the Britain in Bloom competition.