Hells Bells an Indoor Teambuilding Event for 20 to 500 Participants.
There are Twelve plywood brightly coloured 'mechanical' sculptures that
are initially in their component parts. Teams are allocated a number
of sculptures to construct from 'Haynes Manual' style drawings and other
associated information. For every challenge within this indoor team building
game, there is invariably more than one route to the solution. Logic,
music, word-craft, mathematics, lateral thought, organisational skills,
construction skills, general knowledge, research ability, genealogy (family
tree), spatial awareness, mechanics, storytelling. The ending is spectacular
and immensely satisfying for the participants, resulting in a genuine
(and well-earned) sense of achievement!
There are information packs/books that contain a web of clues and riddles.
The solutions lead the teams not only to the assembly and layout of the
sculptures, but also to the answer to the game's quest. "At what
hour, on what day, did Sir Richard the Very Brave rescue his fiancé,
the lovely Lady Claire de Lune, from the clutches of the evil Duc de
After triggering all the sculptures, a costumed Duc de Coq Noir pulls the cord
of a 'gunge tank' under which sits Sir Richard the Very Brave and the lovely
Lady Claire de Lune. If the team are successful in their quest, the tank releases
dowry (foiled chocolate). If the team are unsuccessful, the tank releases jelly! "There
is one solution that the whole team is working towards".