Archery hire in Cardiff | Corporate Archery Team Building Activity/Experience in Cardiff |
An Archery activity is the perfect addition to any corporate Team Building Event in Cardiff.
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.
Cardiff- Archery Targets
If you are organising any type of corporate event in Cardiff or the surrounding area then our company
is pleased to offer other activities as well as Archery
Cardiff is an excellent location with a choice of venues that offer suitable grounds
for Archery. The area surrounding Cardiff also offers a choice of Country House Hotels. Suggested venues suitable
for Archery include:
Egerton Grey Cuntry House Hotel
New House Hotel
St Mellons Hotel
Cardiff (Welsh: Caerdydd) is the capital and the largest city and county in Wales. As well as being the political capital,
it is Wales's capital of business, education, sport, tourism, culture, media and government. It has a population of c. 320,000.
The history of the city dates back to AD55 when the Roman's established a fort on the site of what is now Cardiff Castle.
Probably the biggest changes in the Cardiff took place during the 19th Century in the wake of the industrial revolution
when Cardiff became the main port for exports of coal from the Cynon, Rhondda, and Rhymney valleys. This transformed Cardiff
into the biggest coal exporting port in the world, resulting in King Edward VII granting Cardiff city status in 1905. The
port reached its peak in 1913, with more than 10 million tons going through the port.
How to get to Cardiff
Cardiff's easy to reach from all parts of the UK and beyond due to our good road, rail, bus and air links. Located
on the M4 corridor, Cardiff is easily accessible by car and is well-served by rail services too, with frequent services to
and from London as well as regular links to the rest of the UK. Regular bus and rail services link the centre
of Cardiff to the valleys and South East Wales.
Once you've arrived in Cardiff it's easy to get around. It's such a compact city that most visitors find it easy
to do on foot. But if you're not in the mood for walking there are good public transport links around the city, particularly
between the city centre and the Bay. For a really different view of the city don't miss the open-topped sightseeing
bus and the water buses.