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Corporate open day set to spark adventure

A Yorkshire and Cumbria based adventure company Live For Today is set to spark adventure and ignite excitement at Ripley Castle Harrogate.

Adventure company Live For Today is hosting a corporate open day at their beautiful site located at Ripley Castle in Harrogate.

Ripley Castle will open its doors on Thursday 13th of September at 4pm to businesses from across Yorkshire and Cumbria to offer a VIP experience of the team adventures available at Live For Today’s three locations. Guests will be greeted with complimentary canapes and Prosecco before experience a taste of adventure from Live For Todays experienced outdoor experts.

A number of team building adventure activities will be in action during the event such as; High & Low Ropes Course and Lawn Challenges.

Guests will also be given a tour of the facilities available at Ripley Castle including rooms, conference space and a taste of the catering packages available for team building days.

The adventure company established in 2011 by Marc Wise and Dan Miller has experienced a consistent year-on-year growth since the company’s inception and sets to excite the corporate market with a range of team building packages.

Director Dan Miller comments:

“We are delighted to be hosting our first corporate open day at Ripley Castle. It comes as a fantastic opportunity to showcase the full range of adventure and team building activities we have to offer, not simply at Ripley but throughout our three sites. I’m looking forward to meeting all of our guests and introducing them to our wonderful corporate facilities.”

Live for Today offers a range of activities for both corporate and consumer thrill seekers such as; Paintballing, Quad biking, Raft building and the exhilarating high ropes.

Rodney Hardy; Marketing Director, FW Solutions Ltd says;

“Thank you so much for a fantastic day. The team thoroughly enjoyed the planned events. Everybody commented on the professionalism of your team and the excellent organisational skills which provided the correct mixture of activities. The afternoon was relaxed and gave the team some well-deserved fun that wasn’t ‘work’ related! The entire event met the aims and objectives of the day.”