Team building and motivational events

Team building

Are you looking for a team building and motivational event which will also make a big difference to the local community? …. look no further!

The Jealott’s Hill Community Landshare is a six acre rural site, the size and layout of the Landshare makes it an excellent stage for a range of team building exercises and can accommodate a very large number of people.

You can organize your own event and activities and bring your own equipment or we can we can offer you several horticultural team building, motivational options that will also help improve the site for the good of the local community. Previous corporate customers have worked together on tasks including laying the ground for a new car park as well as the landscaping of our picnic area.

The site which is only a10 minute drive from Bracknell is in an attractive rural location with over 400 apple trees, a sensory garden and many vegetable plots plus a vast open area – great for team games or placing a marquee. The site is not openly available to the general public and offers a good degree of privacy. Day to day the site is used to serve the local community and 100% of your day rate will be invested in the site to give further support to those participants with a disability or a disadvantaged background.

There are changing rooms and toilet facilities, along with a tea and coffee making area and BBQ equipment is also available for your use.

 

GE Power quote ‘Our team members always really enjoy our events at the Landshare. Everyone at the Landshare is so enthusiastic about it, and their energy is infectious, and inspiring to our volunteers. We always get back so much more than we put in, seeing the immediate impact of our efforts and the appreciation of the other volunteers and leaders at the Landshare. The Landshare is a beautiful place, with superb facilities and offers something for everyone on our team building events. Be it team building, volunteering or just visiting – the Landshare has been great, everytime’