Team Building in The North West

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

Some of the best team building events in The North West 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 The North West 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 The North West 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 The North West

Venues in The North West where KDM have recently created and delivered Team Building and other Corporate Events for our clients include Crewe Hall, Centre Parcs Whinfell Forest Lake District, Macdonald Tickled Trout Hotel Preston, Crowne Plaza Liverpool City Centre, Didsbury House Hotel Manchester plus many more.

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Team Building in The North West

Not only in The North West, we deliver inspirational cost effective team building events in the whole of the UK. So check out our web events and pricing and then contact our Staffordshire or London office for a chat to get a fast, uncomplicated response.

  • With a population of seven million the North West is England’s third most inhabited area after London and the South East.

    The North West is also one of the nine official regions of England; Lancashire, Cumbria, Cheshire, Merseyside and Greater Manchester are its five ceremonial counties. North West England is bounded by the Irish Sea and North Wales and by the Midlands, Scotland and North East England.

    The North West is well served by hills creating many outdoor opportunities for its residents and visitors alike as not only does it include the Peak District and the Pennines but the North West also boasts its internationally famous Lake District. The highest point in North West England (and the highest peak in England) is Scafell Pike, Cumbria, at a height of 3,209 feet (978 m).

    Up until the 12th Century, Cumbric (a Celtic language), was common throughout North West England. The language still survives today and can be seen in place names all over the North West and is contained in some traditional nursery rhymes. Today English is the most spoken language in the North West, with a large percentage of the population fluent in it, and close to 100% conversational in it.

    To the north-east of the region, within the traditional boundaries of Cumberland, the Cumbrian dialect is dominant. Another strong dialect found within the North West is the Lancashire accent, and stretches as far north as Furness in South Cumbria to areas of north Greater Manchester and Merseyside in the south of the region. The North West boasts some of the most distinctive accents with the Scouse accent which originates from Liverpool and its surrounding areas and the more recent Manc accent deriving from the central Manchester district. The North West’s accents are among those referred to as 'Northern English' by southerners.

    The two largest metropolitan areas in the North West are the Manchester metropolitan area with a population of 2,556,000 and the Liverpool/Birkenhead metropolitan area with 2,241,000 people.

    The North West has always been at the forefront of transport development and the earliest recognised canal of the modern age was The Bridgewater Canal and in 1830 the world's first passenger inter-city railway opened connecting Manchester and Liverpool.

    The North West’s universities have produced some of the world’s finest minds. Sir Richard Owen from Lancaster coined the word dinosaur in 1842. The University of Manchester built the world's first programmable computer, the Manchester Small-Scale Experimental Machine, in 1948 and Calder Hall was the world's first nuclear power station in 1956.

    The North West’s principal road link is the M6 and this runs all the way from Carlisle and Scotland in the north to Warrington in the south, connecting such towns and cities as Penrith, Kendal, Lancaster, Preston, Liverpool and Manchester. Carrying approximately 120,000 vehicles daily the M6 intersects many of the North West's motorways and links effectively into the country’s road network system.

    Over half of the North West’s population live in the Greater Manchester and Merseyside region. The road networks intertwining these metropolitan areas are extremely important to the economy of the North West and are largely motorway; the M62 directly connects the cities of Liverpool and Manchester and crosses the whole country (east to west - Hull to Liverpool). After Manchester airport Liverpool's John Lennon is the North West’s second largest and fastest developing airport. Most of the North West is connected by the West Coast Main Line railway.

    The textiles industry is connected historically with the North West, mostly before the mid 20th century. The greatest economic output made in 2007 was The Greater Manchester regions which according to GVA is 46,189m. Manchester is the second best city and Liverpool the eleventh best to locate a business according to research by Cushman and Wakefield in 2008 demonstrating the North West’s commercial dynamism and prospects. The Financial Times declared that the North West economy, led by the redevelopment of Manchester and Liverpool, is a genuine opponent to 'overheated London'.

    The UK salt industry is located in the North West at Cheshire with a big plant in Runcorn owned by Ineos.

    Other companies started in the North West include bread maker Warburtons, the now defunct TVR, Jaguar Cars and Reebok.

    Car production has historically been strong in the North West and the Freelander car is made on the Jaguar Land Rover main production area in Halewood, previously owned by Ford. Halewood International, who make Lambrini, Red Square, Lamb's Navy Rum and some alcopops, in Whitefield Lane End, in the south of Huyton at the M62/M57 junction.