Let the great outdoors give you an appetite for your office Christmas party

16:30 04 September 2014

Enjoying the activities at Mepal Outodoor Centre

Enjoying the activities at Mepal Outodoor Centre

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It’s that time of year when the office Christmas party needs organising and if you fancy something a bit different then look no further than Mepal Outdoor Centre.

Mepal Outdoor Centre.Mepal Outdoor Centre.

The centre is hosting seasonal office party events every day from December 1 to 19 with a special package deal of an exciting outdoor activity session followed by a meal.

The centre aims to get guests to work up an appetite and get the Christmas spirit flowing by trying either archery, indoor climbing, target shooting or high ropes under instructors’ expert supervision and then sit down in the dining room and relax over a festive meal with friends and colleagues.

There are several price options to suit all budgets starting from an activity session plus a festive buffet at £33.50 per person.

Next option is an activity session plus a two course hot meal at £35.95 per person then an activity session plus a three course hot meal at £39.95 per person. For more details visit the Mepal website or call 0300 365 1245.

The Ely Standard Business Awards Networking Event, at Mepal Outdoor Centre, The Ely Standard Business Awards Networking Event, at Mepal Outdoor Centre,

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