We Can Host Your Next Corporate EventYour next corporate event can be held in our magnificent, rural setting where you can combine the splendour of the great outdoors with meetings held in our Glebe Room. Team building activities in the area combined with a venue that is out of the ordinary, make the experience that little bit more memorable. We are able to offer your company a complete package, with use of the Glebe Room for meetings and meals, first-rate accommodation, catering and as Flanesford Priory is situated next to the River Wye within rolling countryside, just a few miles from Symonds Yat and The Forest of Dean, there are a large number of outdoor activities which can help businesses with team building. We look forward to helping you create the perfect event for your business, please contact us to discuss the possibilities and options available.
Raft Building in the Forest of Dean
If you want a fun team building activity while staying in our luxury group accommodation then why not try Raft Building in the Forest of Dean? All the activity takes place in a beautiful lakeside location. It is a great exercise for exploring communication and leadership as your team design, build and then paddle their own raft around the lake without it falling apart.
Canoeing on the River Wye
Canoeing is a wonderful team activity for exploring interpersonal relationships. You will be travelling in pairs down the River Wye, paddling canadian canoes. While learning to control the canoes your team will be able to see kingfishers, peregrine falcons, and cormorants as well as some of the most beautiful countryside in Britain. Your team can also stop off at a pub for lunch and have games of water polo on the way down.
Climbing and Abseiling at Symonds Yat
If you have a fairly active group with a sense of adventure then climbing and abseiling at Symonds Yat is a great corporate training experience. There is no better exercise for exploring risk (perceived v actual) and trust. When you are dangling over a cliff with your colleagues holding the rope, trust and empathy can really be explored in earnest.