A large inflatable structure, typically in the form of a stylized castle or other building, on which children can jump and play.
- There were the usual bouncy castles, an inflatable slide and fairground rides, but children could also enjoy a magical show, a Punch and Judy show, a visit to see the pygmy goats, a ride on a tractor and many other attractions.
- The children, aged six months to eight years, visited animals, went on pony rides, jumped around on bouncy castles, took part in an egg box decorating competition, and got balloons, party hats, stickers and yo-yos to take home.
- For the young there were traditional merry-go-round rides, bouncy castles and fun houses and for the older gala-goers some rides that were certainly not for the faint hearted.
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