With 1,200 acres of land, Sudeley Castle is the ideal team building or corporate event venue.

We can cater for a wide variety of activities to suit your requirements. Working with our preferred suppliers your event will be professionally managed and we will ensure that your day is a great success and enjoyed – and remembered – by all.

Clay Pigeon Shoot

Instructors guide participants on aiming at the clay targets

Enjoy a one hour Clay Pigeon Shoot session at Sudeley Castle. Prices start from £40* per person and include tuition from a qualified coach, gun hire, clays, cartridges and all safety/coaching equipment needed.

Turn your shoot into a full day by adding catering to your booking or other activities including a private tour of the castle, or any of the below activities. Contact us today to discuss the options available.

* minimum numbers apply. Price excludes VAT.

Off Limits

Off Limits specialise in providing clients with an extensive range of activities, team building exercises, evening entertainment and unique events. Creative thinking is at the heart of who they are and what they do which enables them to come up with innovative and bespoke events.

With 25 years’ experience, all their events are outstanding and options include: Totally Wiped Out, It’s A Knockout, Archery, Shooting and much more.

Bear Grylls Survival Academy

Do you and your team have what it takes to survive together in the fierce world of business? Test your team to the limit with the Bear Grylls Survival Academy.

Learn from a team of highly trained, experienced and knowledgeable instructors how to make the most of teamwork and leadership skills whilst facing carefully created challenges. These fun outdoor team building events foster the main dynamics of team performance including communication, development, motivation, leadership, trust and integrity.

Options available include: Stalking & Axe Throwing, Survival Arrow Archery, SAS Grenade Throwing, Navigation challenges and much more.

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