Quintessential Garden Games Overview
The company summer party is seldom complete without a variety of fun and engaging outdoor team building activities to entertain your staff or suppliers.
This outdoor team building event gives you the client a huge choice of activities. This means that you can put together an event that everyone in your company will love.
How Does it Work?
The activity starts with an introduction from your compere , the group is then warmed up with a number of energisers. The whole group is split into smaller teams of 6-8 participants, it’s then a head to head as teams face each other on different activities in the bid to win as many points as possible.
This activity can last between 90mins-2 hours to fit your agenda
- Introduction to the activity by your live charismatic event host
- Group split into smaller teams of 6-8 participants
- Expert guidance from our Event Team throughout
- Teams collaborate to win as many points as they can
- The varied and inclusive activities will give opportunity to learn a new skill
- Wrap up and winners announced, prizes awarded.
What do we provide
- A professional host who’ll set the scene and give you some hints and tips along the way.
- Event Manager – your main point of contact on the day ensuring the smoothest of event deliveries.
- Experienced and knowledgeable crew to help facilitate the session.
- Petrol generators to power our AV – we don’t need access to electricity.
- A wide variety of activities depending on the group size and space provided (below).
- Our own Sound Equipment – for that impactful experience
- Prizes… the winning team gets the much-coveted Zing medals and of course any additional prizes you want to add.
What do you need to provide
- An outdoor space, large enough to provide sufficient space for a whole medley of different quintessential garden games, as listed.
Example Quintessential Garden Games provided, dependant on group size:
Players turn rods fixed on top of a playing box and attached to miniature figures of players, in order to flick the ball and strike it toward the goal.
An indoor game based on tennis, played with small bats and a ball bounced on a table divided by a net.
An indoor game in which small pointed missiles with feather or plastic flights are thrown at a circular target marked with numbers in order to score points.
A drinking game in which players attempt to throw or hit table tennis balls into cups of drink, and their opponents are required to drink the contents of any cup in which a ball lands.
Giant Jenga is a game of physical skill, where players take turns removing one block at a time from a tower constructed of usually 54 blocks.
Connect Four is a connection game in which the players first choose a colour and then take turns dropping one coloured disc from the top into a seven-column, six-row vertically suspended grid.
Giant snakes and ladders:
A game in which players move counters along a board, gaining an advantage by moving up pictures of ladders or a disadvantage by moving down pictures of snakes.
An informal version of golf played on a small putting course, each hole of which involves negotiating an obstacle such as a small-scale tunnel, bridge, hill, etc.
Test your skills and your nerves with the KerPlunk game! Is your hand steady enough to pull out the sticks without dislodging the marbles? If it isn’t, they’ll come rolling down the chute! Finish with the fewest marbles for the win!
Table Bowling is a sport or leisure activity in which a player rolls or throws a bowling ball towards a target on a table.
A traditional lawn game where patience and precision is key. Players go head to head to hit their coloured balls through the hoops, with the winner hitting the end stake first.
In order to score points, opponents must take it in turns to throw their bowls as close to the jack as possible.
Images of Quintessential Garden Games in Action
Key Benefits For Your Team
Return on Investment
With over 50 fully trained host, we can run your event when you want at the time you want it