Archery Greater London | Corporate Archery Team Building Activity/Experience in Greater London |
An Archery activity is the perfect addition to any corporate Team Building Event in Greater
London. You might like to have Archery as a stand alone activity or include it in a Multi Activity event format.
Our "Dash for Cash" team building event has also proved to be very popular, combining fun activities (such as
Archery and Laser Clay Pigeon Shooting with a series of team exercises. Teams compete for Funny Money and come
together for a Grande Finale at the end of the event!
Our experienced Archery Instructor will be on hand to make sure that your event is a resounding success.
Greater London- Archery Targets
If you are organising any type of corporate event in Greater London or the surrounding area
then our company is pleased to offer other activities as well as Archery
Greater London is an excellent location with a choice of venues that offer suitable grounds for Archery.
The area surrounding Greater London also offers a choice of Country House Hotels. Suggested venues suitable
for Archery include:
The Grove Resort Hotel & Spa
Down Hall Country House Hotel
Egerton Hall Hotel
Clivedon House Hotel
Grovefield House Hotel
About Greater London
The population of the area known as Greater London is now close
to 8m, making it the largest city in Western Europe
There are over a million children in London’s schools
Over 100,000 children were born in London last year
Greater London covers an area of 656 square miles, with some areas
45 miles from the centre
Greater London has over 600 square miles of roads, with over 50
High Streets! But traffic in Central London moves at the same average speed as it did in 1911.
London has over 11,000 restaurants, cafés and takeaways
Over 25 million people visited London last year.
If London was a country, it would be the 8th largest
country in Europe.
There are more languages spoken in London than in any other city in
How to get to Greater London
If arriving from Europe, the best tip is to fly in with one of the low-cost airlines. There are many, many of these airlines
offering routes between various European cities and London: Ryanair and Easyjet are probably the most well-known, and they have flights from all over Europe to London. London has five airports -
Heathrow, Gatwick, Stansted, Luton Airport and London City Airport.
London has six main rail termini to which you may well arrive - Euston, King's Cross St Pancras, Liverpool Street, Paddington,
Victoria and Waterloo. Euston and King's Cross will probably be your arrival stations if arriving from north England; Liverpool
Street from east England; Paddington from western England and Victoria and Waterloo from south England.
If you're arriving from Europe on the Eurostar, you will arrive at the lovely new train station at King's Cross St Pancras.