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bouncy castle

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a very large inflatable model, usually of a castle, on which children may bounce at fairs, etc
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Magistrates in Llandudno were told that it was the second time that Kendrick, 34, of Greenfield Road, Holywell, who runs the Krazy Kastles bouncy castles business in Connah's Quay had refused to provide a specimen.
There will be face painting, bouncy castles, remote controlled cars for the kids to play with, rides on a Harley, bowling, fishing, arts and crafts, and many more activities.
Neil Gossage, who hires out bouncy castles and is a registered safety inspector, said the inflatable should never have been in use.
We produce between 15-20 bespoke inflatables a day ranging from bouncy castles to inflatable rodeos.
Paul Smith, who hires out bouncy castles as part of his Bedworth-based company Divine Rhythm Entertainments, had his Spiderman 13ft x 13ft version snatched last Friday.
Yesterday's event, held at the Newport Community Hub, included a climbing wall, face painting, henna hand painting and bouncy castles.
A friend of the victim's, who wanted to remain anonymous, said: "My friend owns a company and they do birthday parties, with bouncy castles, costumes .
If you want to hold a party or event at home, remember you can now hire play equipment and bouncy castles to put in your own garden or indoor venue.
There will be bouncy castles, gladiator duels, assault courses, sports, pool tables, live music, face painting, henna, nail art, fun races, craft activities, bric-a-brac, plant sale, candy floss, smoothie bike, food and lots more besides.
There will be a number of different activities going on throughout the day from face painting, bouncy castle, bungee bouncy castles, face painting, young boxfit kids achievement gradings for the work they have done at the gym over the past six months.
A BOUNCY castles inspector who showed "utter disregard for the safety of children" when he persisted in approving dangerous inflatables for use, has been jailed.
Well, the fun fair rides, bouncy castles and face painters were back, this time accompanied by jugglers.