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216 Boxworks Worsley St, Manchester, Greater Manchester, M15 4NY, United Kingdom
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Teambuilding Manchester

by mejlmi

Hi!

I'm arranging a trip to Manchester for the company and need to book an event or teambuilding event. Please help me with ideas.

18th or 19th of May. 2-4 hours and a budget of maximum £1700 for the whole group.

We are going to visit a brewery on saturday and also a walking sightseeing...

Appriciate answers soon because I have to book this week. The sooner the better.

Thanks!

Re: Teambuilding Manchester

by hawkhead

How about a trip out to Salford and to the Lowry Centre.

Re: Teambuilding Manchester

by Gillybob

Within the surrounding areas there are paintball and laserquest facilities. Is this along the lines you were thinking?

Re: Teambuilding Manchester

by davesut

How about Daytona indoor gokarting, close to Old Trafford football stadium and the Lowry Centre?
http://www.karting.co.uk/Tracks/TrackDetail.asp?TID=0205

Re: Teambuilding Manchester

by davesut

For that Olde English favourite - ten pin bowling try The Trafford Centre

Re: Teambuilding Manchester

by davesut

Then there is Belle Vue greyhound racing
http://www.lovethedogs.co.uk/bellevue/home.php

Re: Teambuilding Manchester

by mejlmi

Thank you very much for all the suggestions!

We have been in to the greyhound thing. But on the dates they didn't have rooms for us.

Salford will be visited for Afternoon tea.

Gocarting, paintball and bowling is common here in Sweden...

We might do the tubing at Chill Factor e but I wanted to make sure nothing else more fun would come up...

They have done clay pigeon shooting before...

RIB boat had been fun but they have speedlimits in the canal.

Happy for everything you know of!

//J

Re: Teambuilding Manchester

by Gillybob

Wow! you guys have been there, done that and clearly got the T-shirt. This might take some thinking!

Travel Tips for Manchester

Of course one of Manchester's...

by nsalah

Of course one of Manchester's most famous things if not the most famous has got to be it's football team. With people's idol's in like David Beckham, etc. The footall team is famous worldwide whether you like football or not! I personally have not been lucky enough to watch a football match live although my friends have told me how great it was, even better than on T.V! My fondest memory during my many visits is probably the rush. So many people and it's not like in a village or town the people varie even more in religion and everything! So many famous names it's almost as good as London but unfortunately isn't half as good as Cairo, although it is very close!

Manchester is almost as good...

by Paul_Cheak

Manchester is almost as good as London in terms of being metropolitan. There is a great mix of cultures in the city especially because of the Students from the Universities. So be friendly and keep an open mind when during cross cultural exchanges.

St Lawrence Church, Denton

by Balam

St Lawrence Church is one of only 29 Timber framed Churches remaining in England it was founded in 1468 although the building dates from 1531. it has been restored many times over the years but it still features sixteenth stained century glass.
It began it's life as a chapel of ease for the medieval manor of Denton and was dedicated to St. James untill 1839 when it was dedicated to St Lawrence and became a parish church in 1854. The church was expanded and remodelled in 1872.

Rylands library

by jayhawk2000

THE RYLANDS HAS CLOSED FOR RENOVATIONS THROUGHOUT 2005. During this time it will be extended and given the copper roof as orginally envisaged by the architect.

The renowned John Rylands Library is literally a cathedral to learning. The Reading Room, with its vaulted canopy, stained glass windows and reading rooms branching off like side chapels, looks exactly like a Gothic cathedral...but is a purpose-built library dating from 1900 which took advantage of the the latest advances in electrical wiring and central heating.

It's a sumptuous place with fine stone carving and woodwork plus Art Nouveau bronze fittings. They have an incredible collection (it's part of Britain's third largest academic library) and I've seen books by Galileo on display along with hand-coloured prints by William Blake, decorated Buddhist scripture and illuminated medieval Bibles.

The Printworks

by alfredop about The Printworks

The Printworks is Europe's first urban entertainment venue, based on Withy Grove in Manchester and was one of two entertainment venues for Manchester City Centre in the 21st Century.

It contains mostly bars and clubs, including a Hard Rock Cafe and Casino as well as a leisure centre and a 20 screen Cinema

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