Cheshire Outdoors Corporate is located in Blakemere craft village in Northwich. We offer a truly unique and memorable corporate package that is enjoyed by all team members.
If you’re looking to add that little piece of excitement to your corporate day you’ve come to the right place. We have a whole host of activities, falconry, and even party games to really get your teams skills flourishing in a social environment.
These unique features add that bit extra which makes colleagues remember your corporate day for months to come! Whether you want a day packed full of team building activities or half a day of activities and half in a meeting room – all our packages are bespoke, can be tailored exactly to your company’s needs, and are designed to inspire
The large open barn can cater for up to 200 guests. This can be used as a conference room where we can provide all the office essentials or it can simply be used as a place for your colleagues to eat, drink and unwind after working off their breakfast!
Enjoy a blast of fresh air with Cheshire Falconry and their range of corporate experiences including hands-on bird of prey flying sessions and falconry displays. Whether you are looking for fun, motivation or just something a little different, our falconry experiences will inspire and engage.
Prepare to be amazed as you get hands on with magnificent birds of prey in our range of truly incredible flying experiences. Put on the gauntlet and fly birds of prey with our expert falconry team
If you’re looking to add that little piece of excitement to your corporate day you’ve come to the right place. We have a whole host of activities, falconry, and even party games to really get your teams skills flourishing in a social environment. These unique features add that bit extra which makes colleagues remember your corporate day for months to come! Whether you want a day packed full of team building activities or half a day of activities and half in our unique barn space meeting room – all our packages are bespoke, can be tailored exactly to your company’s needs, and are designed to inspire.
Learn how to gather fire wood to build and light fires, identify edible plants, forage for woodland food, learn about water purification, identify signs of woodland birds and animals, develop basic navigation skills and learn about the safe use of knives and other woodland tools.
You can reach the Whitegate Way via our private woodland on traffic free trails suitable for riders of all ages and abilities. The Whitegate Way gives access to Weaver Parkway and the Oakmere Trail to Delamere forest through the beautiful Cheshire countryside
Using the X2 Segway personal transporter gives us the flexibility to go from Tarmac paths to woodland tracks and take it all in our stride with the versatility of the higher ground clearance and chunky tyres of the Segway X2 PT.
Workshops & Seminars
A highly skilled, qualified and experienced psychologist, facilitator and Master Coach with a wealth of experience in behavioural change. Committed to helping others achieve their full potential in life. Anita has several thousand hours of coaching experience working with individuals, teams and organisations. She is the pioneer in the use of interaction with Birds of Prey / Falconry, combined with solution focussed techniques to impact on mental health and well-being in adults, young people and children. Also therapeutic interventions for depression, anxiety, acquired brain injury, autism/Aspergers etc.
Her clients have included – NHS, UEFA (Switzerland), University of Nottingham (Staff Development), LJMU, Anglesey Council, HM Treasury, Health and Safety Executive, KPMG, many SMEs and Third Sector organisations. She has presented on leadership at UN in New York and Geneva, and on workplace bullying for NHS. She regularly speaks at conferences and as an after-dinner speaker for events.
When not working Anita can be found walking her Newfoundland dogs Buffy and Koko, exercising her owls Murray, Axel, Idris and Mango, spending time in the countryside and reading. (She has also been known to binge watch Netflix and loves anything with aliens, vampires or dinosaurs!).
Cheshire woodland Wellbeing
The NHS is moving towards social prescribing, prescribing activities to benefit both mental and physical health. A recent project on the Shetland Isles saw the prescribing of bird watching for mental health issues. The benefits of engaging with nature and watching the local flora and fauna now has an evidence base with numerous research projects providing a plethora of supporting data. Academics are stating that human origins within nature rich environments mean that we need to interact with nature to stay physically and mentally well “humans evolved with nature and it’s completely unnatural for us to be separated from it”.
Research from a US university compared walking in nature to walking in an urban environment. Brain scans of participants who took a 90-minute walk in woodlands amongst trees, birds and mammals showed reduced activity in an area of the brain where high levels of activity are linked to risk of mental illness. The UK Government has recently promised that we will all be a maximum of 15 minutes of from green spaces within the next few years and developers are being encouraged to include horticulture at the design planning stage of new developments.
Forest bathing has become a recent trend, but this “new fad” has both a long history and an evidence base. In Japan and South Korea it is known as Shinrin-yoku, a term that means “taking in the forest atmosphere” or “forest bathing”. Studies have found that walking among trees lowers blood pressure, the pulse rate, and levels of cortisol, a hormone which is released in response to stress.
At Cheshire Outdoors and Cheshire Woodland Wellbeing our wellbeing team headed, up by psychologist Anita Morris, has a proven track record in working with organisation and teams, and with people with all ages with a wide range of conditions impacting on mental health and wellbeing. We deliver both group and individual sessions as a one-off event or a developmental project lasting days, weeks or months. We tailor everything we do to the needs of those we are working with and we work to agreed outcomes.
Whether we are delivering a woodland walk in the company of owls, a mindfulness session with birds of prey or a team building exercise we guarantee that participants will have fun as well as impacting on mental health, wellbeing and performance. Clients report reduced anxiety and depression, improved problem solving, increased confidence and improved communication skills amongst others.
With activities ranging from a glide through our 15 acre woodland on a Segway to shooting air rifles on our range there is something for everyone. Cheshire Outdoors really is the place to have non-stop fun, adventure and a bit of healthy competition.
To conclude your day why not try a head to head game of arrow tag. This brings together all of your guests and is a final chance to practice the team building skills they have learnt from the day … and not to mention its bags of fun!
No corporate day is complete without food and you have a choice of anything from a breakfast banquet, to a lunch buffet, to an early evening hog roast! Our fully licensed bar is also available throughout your event or we can simply provide tea, coffee and juice throughout your day to keep your busy colleagues hydrated.
Sausage and bacon rolls
Afternoon tea (drinks from Cheshire outdoors )
Buffet Select 5
Chicken Mix (Drums, Thighs, Pieces)
Coleslaw, Green Salad
Select 4 flavours of wood burning pizza
(Served with fries, loaded fries and sun-blushed tomato, parmesan and rocket salad)
Any 2 plus 3 sides
Beef Hot Pot
Chicken Hot Pot
Sweet Chilli Beef
Red Green, Vegetable Thai Curry
Steak & Ale Pie
Meat & Potato Pie
(Sides available: Fries, Chips, Flatbread, Rice, Green Salad, Rocket Salad, Caprese Salad, Cajun Wedges, Coleslaw, Bread Rolls)
Served with :
Sage and Onion Stuffing,
Green Salad and
A Selection of sweet treats including cookies, cakes and fresh fruit.
Our location: Cheshire Outdoors Corporate is in Blakemere craft village, Northwich, in the heart of Cheshire. It is conveniently located and is also easily accessed from Liverpool, Manchester, and Chester. We are extremely accessible with Cuddington station being 0.8miles 5min Drive on the direct line to Manchester, Knutsford and Chester. We also have onsite parking for over 150 cars.’
So please contact us by phone or email to arrange an appointment to discuss further and create an experience you will never forget.
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