Team Building in Worcestershire

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

Looking for cost effective team building events near to home in Worcestershire? 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 Worcestershire ...

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

Venues in Worcestershire where KDM have recently created and delivered Team Building and other Corporate Events for our clients include The Lygon Arms – Broadway, Hagley Hall, The Abbey Hotel Golf & Country Club – Redditch, The Olde Rectory – Whitbourne, Worcester Racecourse plus many more.

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Team Building in Worcestershire

Not only in Worcestershire, 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 world's longest operating radio soap opera, The Archers, is set in a fictional county positioned somewhere among (in reality bordering) the counties of Worcestershire and Warwickshire.

    Following the 1998 Local Government reforms the crest of the Malvern Hills now forms the east-west border between Warwickshire and Worcestershire with the exception of the parish of West Malvern in Worcestershire. Worcestershire borders Herefordshire, Shropshire, Staffordshire, West Midlands, Warwickshire, and Gloucestershire. Worcestershsire is bordered in the west by the Malvern Hills and the spa town of Malvern. The southern part of the county is bordered by Gloucestershire and the northern edge of the Cotswolds, with Warwickshire to the east.

    The wool trade was the main industry in Worcestershire during the Middle Ages and many areas of its thick forests were grounds for royal hunting - hence the name Malvern Chase. Worcester was a centre in the nineteenth century for the production of gloves whilst carpet manufacturing was a key aspect in Kidderminster and Redditch specialised in the manufacture of needles, springs and hooks.

    Droitwich Spa, being situated on huge salt deposits, was a centre of salt production from Roman times, with one of the major Roman roads running through the town. However new modern light industries have replaced the declining traditional businesses.

    Worcestershire is home to the world's oldest continually published newspaper, the Berrow's Journal, founded in 1690. Malvern was an integral area of the 19th century to growth in English spa towns due to Malvern water being reported to be containing "nothing at all" and very pure.

    The county of Worcestershire is principally rural. The Malvern Hills, which run from the south of the county into Herefordshire, are made up mainly of volcanic igneous rock and metamorphic rock, some of which date from before 1200 million years ago. The most common sport in Worcestershire is football, with Kidderminster Harriers FC the most successful team. Other teams based in Worcestershire are Bromsgrove Rovers and Worcester City. Composer Edward Elgar was born in Broadheath, a village located 6 miles outside Worcester. Worcestershire is claimed to have been the inspiration of The Shire in J R Tolkien's, The Hobbit and Lord of the Rings books, even taking the name Bag End from his Aunt’s Worcestershire farm.

    Fruit farming and the cultivation of hops were established agricultural activities in much of Worcestershire. Throughout the last half of the 20th century there has been a huge decline except in the Vale of Evesham in the southern area of the county where there are orchards still operating on a commercial scale. There are three black pears on Worcester City's coat of arms, depicting a local pear variety that is now rare, the Worcester Black Pear. The apple variety known as Worcester Pear mainly comes from Worcestershire, and the Pershore plum originates from the small Worcestershire town of that name, and is widely grown in that area. Well known icons of Worcestershire are the Morgan sports car which originates from the town of Malvern and Arthur Claude Strachan's famous painting ‘A Worcestershire Cottage’.

    The University of Worcester is based located in the city and is home to five other national research centres plus the National Pollen and Aerobiology Research Unit. Worcestershire's county town and only city is Worcester as other main areas, Bromsgrove, Redditch and Kidderminster are satellite towns of Birmingham. There are also various market towns: Upton-upon-Severn, Malvern, Tenbury Wells, Bewdley, Droitwich Spa, Evesham, Pershore and Stourport-on-Severn.

    Places of interest in Worcestershire include: Hanbury Hall, Worcestershire County Museum, Walton Hill and the Clent Hills, Severn Valley Railway at Bewdley, Croome Court, Malvern Hills, Avoncroft Museum of Historic Buildings, Worcester Cathedral, River Teme and valley, River Severn at Worcester and Bewdley, West Midlands Safari Park near Bewdley, Wadborough, Bewdley - Riverside Historic Tudor Town, Great Malvern Priory, Tenbury Wells' unique Pump Rooms, River Avon at Pershore or Evesham, Witley Court at Great Witley and Forge Mill Needle Museum at Redditch, the only remaining working needle mill in the world. The Seven and the Avon are the two main rivers that flow through Worcestershire.