Netwalking at Keele

Time to move on from Networking to Netwalking – Make real connections in the great outdoors.

Take advantage of Keele’s extensive woodland campus and take your networking session outdoors.

Step out of the meeting room and take a walk in the gardens for some clarity of thought.

It is widely known that spending time outdoors, away from our devices and the hustle bustle of our day is beneficial to our mental and physical wellbeing, allowing us to relax, unwind and order our thoughts. Here at Keele we encourage our visitors to take a stroll in our grounds, whether that be in our landscaped lawns of Keele Hall or in our numerous woodland areas across the campus.

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Get outdoors for some inspired thinking.

Speak to our events team to find out how some time outdoors can be incorporated into your next meeting or event and watch as your delegates come back refreshed, inspired and ready for action. Whether you choose to make it a ‘walk and talk’ networking session, an outdoor breakout session, or an informal refreshment break we can help you add the benefits of time spent outdoors to your event.

Read more about the cognitive benefits of netwalking here.

Extensive grounds brimming with flora and fauna

Keele has one of the largest campuses in Europe and is situated in 240 hectares of grounds so there are lots of woodland walks and paths, lakes, springs and streams to discover. Explore the 150 species of trees we have on campus, and more than 240 species and varieties in the national collection of flowering cherry trees.