Team Building in Stirling

Team Building in Stirling

With it’s wealth of fine venues, hotels and corporate training facilities Stirling 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 Stirling the edge when it comes to the needs of your organisation’s corporate training and team building needs.

With it’s wealth of fine venues, hotels and corporate training facilities Stirling 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.

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 Stirling

In honour of HM Queen Elizabeth’s Golden Jubilee, Stirling was named Scotland’s sixth city in 2002.

Stirling is one of the most important cities in Scotland’s history and has borne witness to many of the important events of the past, which significantly shaped the country’s future. From very early times Stirling was established as a place of importance; the great rock was the obvious choice on which to build a fortress, and the flat lands beneath were the lowest point for a river crossing. The exact date of the first settlement is uncertain, but it is believed that Stirling first became a fortification in the Iron Age. By the 12th century, it is recorded that Alexander I had a castle in Stirling where he died in 1124.