bouncy castle


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bouncy castle

n
a very large inflatable model, usually of a castle, on which children may bounce at fairs, etc
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For among the items left behind by guests last year was a small bouncy castle.
As well as enjoying a host of games and challenges, kids also took to a bouncy castle before Santa Claus himself made an appearance and handed out selection boxes.
Driving ban for bouncy castle man A MAN who refused to provide a specimen of breath, claiming that the police officer was not entitled to ask for one, has been spared jail.
NEVER mind the Ashes, a team from Swansea is hoping it has the bouncers to better an Australian police department and bring home a world record for the longest marathon on a bouncy castle.
However, vicar at Holy Trinity the Rev John Lintern, stressed the bouncy castle was not in the graveyard and did not infringe on any graves.
8m high and 21m square a Cardiff company has joined forces with a UK music festival to create what they believe to be the world's biggest bouncy castle.
THE heartbroken parents of bouncy castle victim Summer Grant have paid tribute to their daughter and said "life is just truly cruel".
A SEVEN-YEAR-OLD girl died after she was blown around 150 metres on a bouncy castle which is thought to have been swept away by a sudden gust of wind at an Easter fair.
A GIRL playing on a bouncy castle was killed yesterday when winds ripped the inflatable from its moorings and blew it 150 metres across a park.
SHOCKING images of a mum throwing a Down's syndrome child in her care around a bouncy castle are being probed by police.
SPIDERMAN is the latest victim in a spate of bouncy castle thefts - all from the same Coventry address.
Children enjoyed donkey rides, a bouncy castle and a variety of stalls and games.