Team Building in Warwickshire

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

Finding the best team building events in Warwickshire need not be a challenge! From collaborative painting challenges, giant games and strategic problem solving to cookery, ice sculpting and school sports we’ll deliver the right team building solution in Warwickshire for you. Click on the buttons to find more details and prices ...

And don’t spend your valuable time trawling the net looking for the right venues in Warwickshire – 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 Warwickshire

Venues in Warwickshire where KDM have recently created and delivered Team Building and other Corporate Events for our clients include Coombe Abbey Hotel – Binley, Ricoh Arena - Coventry, Brownsover Hall Hotel – Rugby, Best Western Plus Windmill Village Hotel, Golf and Leisure Club – Allesley plus many more.

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Team Building in Warwickshire

Not only in Warwickshire, 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.

  • The historic county borders of Warwickshire are completely different to those of modern times which now also includes the new independent unitary authorities of Solihull and Coventry in addition to the central and north-eastern areas around Birmingham.

    The first reference to Warwickshire was in 1001, as Waringscir named after Warwick defining "dwellings by the weir”. In the early 11th century Warwickshire became a division of the Kingdom of Mercia.

    Staffordshire, Leicestershire, Northamptonshire, Worcestershire, Oxfordshire and Gloucestershire all have boundaries with Warwickshire and there is just 3 miles between the north of the county and the border with Derbyshire.

    Warwickshire is an average-sized English county covering an area of almost 2,000 square kilometres and it runs some 60 miles (97 km) north to south with the north and centre of the county being the most populated regions.

    The market towns of northern and eastern Warwickshire were industrialised in the 19th century, and include Atherstone, Bedworth, Nuneaton and Rugby. However during the twentieth century distribution centres and light industry have substituted the more traditional heavy industrial business.

    Of the northern and eastern towns, only Nuneaton and Rugby (as the birthplace of rugby football) are well-known outside of Warwickshire. The prosperous towns of central and western Warwickshire include Warwick, Leamington Spa, Kenilworth, Stratford-upon-Avon and Alcester, where light to medium industries, services and tourism are the main employment sectors.

    The south of the county is mainly rural and sparsely populated and includes a small area of the Cotswolds where the county borders with north-west Gloucestershire. Shipston-on-Stour is the sole town in the south of Warwickshire.

    Ebrington Hill located on the Gloucestershire border is the highest point in Warwickshire at 261m. Many places situated in the north-western area of Warwickshire include the phrase ‘in-Arden’ within the name as most of Western Warwickshire was occupied by the historic Forest of Arden.

    As both Coventry and Birmingham were integrated into the newly formed administrative county of the West Midlands in 1974 Warwickshire no longer has any cities. Areas previously part of Warwickshire include most of Birmingham, Solihull, Coventry and Sutton Coldfield. These became part of the metropolitan county of West Midlands (and Sutton Coldfield became part of Birmingham) in 1974 following the re-organisation of local government.

    The historic county boundaries are still used by certain organisations, such as Warwickshire County Cricket Club or are based in Birmingham. Coventry is effectively in the centre of the Warwickshire area, and still has strong ties with the county. The town of Tamworth was historically divided between Warwickshire and Staffordshire, but since 1888 has been completely in Staffordshire.

    In 1931, Warwickshire gained the town of Shipston-on-Stour from Worcestershire and several villages, including Long Marston and Welford-on-Avon, from Gloucestershire. Due to its strong textile industries and central location in England Coventry was the most important and dominant city in Warwickshire during the Middle Ages. Two major railway lines pass through Warwickshire, The Chiltern Main Line and The West Coast Main Line and Coventry Airport is located in the Warwickshire village of Baginton.

    Near to the centre of Warwick is the restored Saltisford Canal Arm, which is currently a short branch of the Grand Union Canal. The arm is the remains of the original terminus of the Warwick and Birmingham Canal and dates back to 1799. The Saltisford Canal Trust has repaired most of the surviving canal, and is now the mooring for colourful narrow boats and also a public waterside park. Travelling by water, over 800 narrow boats visit Warwick annually to moor on the arm.

    Places of interest include Brinklow Castle, Coombe Abbey, Arbury Hall, Charlecote Park, Coombe Country Park, Hartshill Hayes County Park and the Heritage Motor Centre and Warwick Castle.

    Warwickshire County Cricket Club plays at Edgbaston in Birmingham. Memorable Warwickshire players include Brian Lara, Bob Willis, Allan Donald and Ian Bell. Warwickshire is a great breeding ground for cricketers and has more Clubs than any other County within the Midlands.  The county is also strong at Hockey and Old Silhillians Hockey Club is the home of Warwickshire hockey.

    Warwickshire is notable for being the birthplace of William Shakespeare from Stratford-upon-Avon and even today road signs at the county boundary describe Warwickshire as "Shakespeare's County". The county has also produced other literary figures including Rupert Brooke, Michael Drayton and George Eliot.