Opening in March, Inflatabubble is a 450m square inflatable theme park coming to a central Chester location in March. The new attraction will offer slides, obstacle courses, bounce spaces and more, and is the creation of local husband and wife team Jamie & Steph Hall and their two young children Isaac and Gracie.
The Halls comment that “as a family on a budget with two young children, we constantly struggle entertaining ourselves without breaking the bank. There is a colossal lack of leisure /entertainment for families in Chester and we feel this helps fill that void”.
The venue for Inflatabubble will be the Catholic High School and the attraction will be open at weekends and on bank and school holidays, offering free parking for visitors. The Halls state : “it’s not just something to do with the kids, it’s helping support a local school. We’ll even be hiring the schools sixth form students, offering paid employment and real workplace experience. We’re so happy that we are able to launch our first business in an ethical way that supports our local community. Catholic High have been unbelievably supportive, and we truly hope we make a noticeable difference to the school”.
Mrs C McKeagney Headteacher commented ”As a growing community hub for sport and leisure activities, we are really pleased to welcome Inflatabubble to the Catholic High. They will no doubt add a new dimension to the opportunities open to our local community and we look forward to their launch”
Entry fees will be around £6.95 and the venue will also have a cafe serving bean to cup coffee, hotdogs, paninis, cakes as well as vegan and vegetarian options. Inflatabubble will be totally cashless, and all payments will be card only.