11 May 2021
For the past year, being together with our colleagues and team members hasn’t quite been the same. From working in our living rooms and socialising online, to having to meet new colleagues and undergoing training virtually, we’ve all experienced a lot of change that none of us could have ever seen coming.
And whilst we’ve managed to keep going and the pub quizzes on Zoom have been fun, it’s time for positive change and for us to get our teams back together for real!
As we head towards the next stage of the government roadmap which allows business events and meetings to take place, why not start planning a unique experience to bring your team back together?
Across NewcastleGateshead and North East England, we are truly spoiled for choice with a range of experiences on offer. Here is a roundup of 10 exciting and unforgettable experiences available:
Learn traditional Blacksmith techniques and create your own beautifully crafted ironwork masterpiece thanks to the unique Blacksmith workshop at South Causey Inn.
A team lunch with a twist. Learn a new skill and come together in the beautiful setting of Blackfriars, the UK’s oldest dining hall.
What better way to bond with your team than to face towering heights together? Take in the stunning city views of NewcastleGateshead from atop of our home football stadium.
For friendly competition and banter what could be better than this entertainment powerhouse; with BBQ dining, bowling, pool, ping-pong, karaoke, mini golf and beer pong alongside bars on every floor and a photobooth.
Dust off your moon boots and ready for blast-off as Mr Mulligan prepares to launch the first Geordies into space! This space-themed adventure golf venue has three nine-hole courses to test the dexterity of astronauts old and young.
Take team building to new heights at the state-of-the-art bouldering gym on the edge of the Ouseburn Valley with extensive facilities for climbers of all abilities.
Immerse your team with a day out experiencing the region’s history at Beamish, the Living Museum of the North. You can even treat them to traditional fish and chips at the coal-fired chip shop, part of the recreated Edwardian pit village in the open-air museum.
Explore your creativity in Newcastle’s largest independent commercial art gallery with a bespoke group workshop for up to 20 delegates in one of Biscuit Factory’s design-led spaces, including delicious seasonal catering.
Explore the River Tyne as it flows through the heart of the city. Discover centuries of history and innovation, see the seven iconic bridges, and enjoy open space and great views as you paddle with a professional instructor. Awarded Experience of the Year at the 2020 North East Tourism Awards.
Experience a medieval tavern night in Newcastle Castle, complete with music, storytelling, medieval games and more! Of course, the ale will flow and a fine selection of medieval snacks will be available, all in the atmospheric surroundings of the cellar and chapel of the Castle Keep.