Archery hire in Exeter: Corporate Archery Team Building Activity/Experience in Exeter |
An Archery activity is the perfect addition to any corporate Team Building Event in Exeter.
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.
Target Archery in Exeter
If you are organising any type of corporate event in Exeter or the surrounding area then our company
is pleased to offer other activities as well as Archery
Exeter is an excellent location with a choice of venues that offer suitable grounds for
Archery. The area surrounding Exeter also offers a choice of Country House Hotels. Suggested
venues suitable for Archery include:
Lord Haldon Hotel
Gipsy Hill Country House Hotel
Combe House Hotel
Islington Country House Hotel
There was a settlement on the banks of the River Exe long before the Romans founded Isca Dumnoniorum in about AD 50. The
Romans built the defensive wall which completely surrounded the city. In 876 Exeter was attacked by the Danes. In 1068 the city was attacked by William the
Conqueror, but only submitted after an 18 day siege. William ordered the building of the castle. Exeter was actively involved in the Civil War, first on the side of Parliament, and later on the side of the King. In 1942,
40 acres of the city was reduced to rubble by extensive bombing by the German Luftwaffe: many historic buildings were destroyed,
and the cathedral was damaged, but the city has been carefully rebuilt to preserve its ancient heritage.
Getting to Exeter is very straightforward wherever you happen to be travelling from. There is convenient rail, coach,
bus and road links. If you are opting to drive to Exeter Airport choose the M5 for links to Bristol, Cardiff, Birmingham and all points along the M4 to London. The A30/A303 and M3 offer an alternative, more scenic route to Exeter