• Referrals Hotline

  • 0800 840 0313

Go Team: Regard’s Management Team drink invisible cups of tea!


Go-Team39 Go-Team37 Go-Team36 Go-Team35 Go-Team34 Go-Team33 Go-Team32 Go-Team31 Go-Team30 Go-Team29 Go-Team28 Go-Team27 Go-Team26 Go-Team25 Go-Team24 Go-Team23 Go-Team22 Go-Team21 Go-Team20 Go-Team19 Go-Team18 Go-Team17 Go-Team16 Go-Team15 Go-Team14 Go-Team13 Go-Team12 Go-Team11 Go-Team10 Go-Team9 Go-Team8 Go-Team7 Go-Team6 Go-Team5 Go-Team4 Go-Team3 Go-Team2 Go-Team1 Go-Team38

A sunny, May day saw Regard’s managers form teams and race around the grounds of Wokefield Park, Reading.

As part of the 2015 Management Conference they were attempting to solve clues in a bid to win the team game. Equipped with ipads, flat shoes and with their “game faces” on the teams competed against each other to complete challenges such as:

• Drinking an invisible cup of tea

• Imitating the hands of a clock

• Finding hidden information

• Balance on a tree stump

• ‘Stage’ a photograph to appear to be holding up the driving range markers

Shouts of “Walk faster”, “You’re going the wrong way!”, “Can we have a rest?”, “I need my shades”, “I can’t get 3G” and “Where’s the bar?” could be heard echoing around the extensive grounds.

After an hour of frantic activity, it was back to the conference room for a well-earned rest and an anxious wait for the scores.

Following a countdown in reverse order the winning team were announced as the “Kingston Klowns” a.k.a Gemma, Louise, Polly, Zara, Julie, Skender, Asta and Ollie (first picture). They rose to a big round of applause (and some heckling of Skender about ipad “hacking”!) to collect their prize of a box of chocolates each.