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Giant inflatable theme park returns to Over Farm

Where: Over Farm, Gloucester

When: Saturday, April 6, to Monday, April 22 (10am-5pm)

A giant inflatable theme park is about to return to Over Farm, Gloucester, over the Easter holidays, featuring more than 15 attractions.

The theme park is being run by Stroud-based AJP Amusements, one of the country's leading giant inflatable specialists who operate some of the UK's biggest and best inflatables and bouncy castles at major shows and events.

Among the attractions is a gigantic inflatable Noah's Ark play centre, along with some of the biggest inflatable slides around including a 50ft high Inflatable slide, various big top themed inflatable play centres, big top slides of all shapes and sizes, inflatable domes, inflatable playbeds and a 35ft inflatable helter skelter.

A spokesman said: "We attend lots of well known major events nationwide, we have over 10 years' experience in the Inflatable industry and have an excellent reputation for having the newest and most exciting up-to-date inflatables."

An all-day, unlimited wristband for the inflatable attractions is £8 per child (strictly two to 14-year-olds only) and accompanying adult entry to the theme park area is free.

For all the latest information, including closures in the event of bad weather, please check AJP Amusement's Facebook page. It is advisable to check this page on the morning of your visit.

Another family attraction at Over Farm is the children's Easter Trail from April 6-22. The trail will take you on a short walk around the farm in search of the Easter bunny's giant eggs. There's a small prize in store, if you can crack the trail. Make sure you look out for our friendly animals along the way and don't forget your wellies!

The cost of the trail is £5 per participating child (includes trail, animal food and a prize). There's no need to book.

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