Sustainability team building activities for Eco Events

How fast can you make your own smoothie using only pedal power! Event Cow’s Village Bike is seen here at Wootton Park at an event organised by Trident Hospitality. Now you can hire the bike for your own Eco Event. http://www.eventcow.co.uk/store/p20/Smoothie_Maker_for_Hire.html  

Teambuilding and Tree Planting

Want an eco-friendly way to make a difference and reward your team? You’ll love our Teambuilding and Tree Planting Events in the Forest of Hearts close to Stratford upon Avon. Choose your time and date and enjoy an energising and motivating experience which benefits the environment and yourselves. We call it “Green Therapy!”   An ecoContinue reading “Teambuilding and Tree Planting”

Plant trees, build teams, leave a lasting legacy

We were out in The Heart of England Forest this week planting trees, then enjoyed bacon sarnies to round off the morning at Studley Castle – what a great way to build teams and demonstrate your commitment to Corporate Social Responsibility. The Phoenix Group is enthusiastic about the business benefits of tree planting, “The HeartContinue reading “Plant trees, build teams, leave a lasting legacy”

CSR goes painting at The Buzz with Lloyds TSB

Give and Gain in action at The Buzz with a lively group from Lloyds TSB who are giving The Enterprise Hub a much needed makeover. A lovely team have escaped the branch and put their painting skills to good use in Stratford upon Avon. Thanks to Mary Judge and the team at BITC for organising theContinue reading “CSR goes painting at The Buzz with Lloyds TSB”

The Air Ambulance and Unipart CSR Day in The Heart of England Forest

Today was a fantastic example of people giving back and enjoying a day in the beautiful bluebell woods of the Heart of England Forest. Jo Payne, from the Air Ambulance led a team of 20 intrepid “slashers” who gave up their time as part of a CSR programme to hack back brambles and clear pathwaysContinue reading “The Air Ambulance and Unipart CSR Day in The Heart of England Forest”