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Meet outside this summer

Meet outside this summer

By Triggerfish

Hoar Cross Hall in central England has created its summer rates for daytime meetings. Steeped in a rich and colourful history, the Grade II listed Hall sits in more than 50 acres of inspirational and tranquil surroundings.

22.03.2019

Meet outside this summer

The summer day delegate rates take advantage of the Hall’s woodland expanses by offering options for teambuilding, outdoor brainstorms or alfresco lunches. Access to the natural environment is known to boost productivity and reduce stress and Hoar Cross Hall’s beautiful surroundings give delegates the space and tranquillity to make the most of their time out of the office.

Teambuilding is provided by Nottinghamshire-based Off Limits who offer a wide range of activities and events designed to engage and challenge delegates. Off Limits work alongside clients to create bespoke event solutions that utilise the exceptional surroundings, whilst fulfilling the event objectives.

Hoar Cross Hall is close to Birmingham city centre and is easily accessible from all major UK motorways, as well as Birmingham International Airport. Hoar Cross Hall has a roster of high-profile awards for its food and spa offering and has successfully married business with a laid back, relaxing environment.

Adrian Pickard, managing director at Hoar Cross Hall, says: “We are fortunate to be surrounded by more than 50 acres of beautiful woodlands, which make the perfect setting in which to host all manner of events. Access to the natural environment has proven health benefits, so we are encouraging clients to factor this into their events with us, whether engaging in onsite teambuilding activities or taking breakout sessions and lunches outdoors this summer.”

Summer day delegate rates are priced from £49.00+VAT per person. Rates include morning tea and coffee, waters, working lunch or three-course buffet lunch, afternoon tea and complimentary car parking.

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