Team Building in Loch Lomond

Team Building in Loch Lomond

With it’s wealth of fine venues, hotels and corporate training facilities Loch Lomond is positioned in a very strategic location to allow it to be at the heart of any team building program, corporate awayday or corporate event that your organisation may wish Fire Events to run. The surrounding area is littered with beautiful market towns, historic houses and fabulous hotels that give Loch Lomond the edge when it comes to the needs of your organisation’s corporate training and team building needs.

At Fire Events we will do everything we can to make your event less stressful and less work for you, whether it is finding venues for team building in Loch Lomond or creating instruction packs for delegates on how to get there. Nothing is too much for us. The team building events that we have run around Loch Lomond and the UK since our incorporation have included events as diverse as family fun days, team away days, icebreaker exercises, conference energisers through to large sponsored charity events.

With brand new purpose made offices and a team game manufacturing facility Fire Events is able to effectively and efficiently design, create and run virtually any sort or style of corporate training programme or team building course for our clients. Our 2000 square feet manufacturing workshops also allow us to design and create our very own team games, problem solving tasks and team exercises for use on our events. Our base near the Yorkshire Dales allows us to be centrally positioned for all locations around the UK.

About Loch Lomond

Loch Lomond and the Trossachs National Park, was designated as Scotland’s first National Park in July 2002. The Park covers approximately 1865 kilometres/ 720 square miles, from Balloch in the south to Killin in the north and Callander in the east to Strachur in the west. Thousands of tourists from home and abroad visit each year to enjoy some of Scotland’s finest scenery.

Loch Lomond and the Trossachs National Park is crossed by the Highland Boundary Fault, a break in the earth’s crust which occurred millions of years ago. This line defines the border between the Lowlands and Highlands of Scotland, creating the diversity of landscape within the Park.