Saturday, July 16, 2016
THEME PARK BRINGS BOUNCE
BACK TO THE BEACH
Mumbai 15th July, 2016-Oakwood Theme Park is set to operate bouncy castles on Tenby beaches throughout the summer. The Narberth attraction is once again running two bouncy castles; one on North Beach and another on South Beach.
The inflatable castles, which have been supplied by a Welsh company, are themed on Oakwood’s Peter Pan-themed Neverland attraction and their Hook’s House of Havoc indoor adventure play area.
Oakwood Theme Park’s, Natalie Hunt, said: “This will be the third year we have operated the bouncy castles in Tenby as part of our outreach in to the local community programme.
“Last year they were a popular added attraction in the town and so we agreed to operate them again this season.
“Having a base in Tenby throughout the season helps us to promote what Oakwood has to offer to a wider audience of holidaymakers.
“The town’s beaches are renowned for their beauty and cleanliness and are always very popular with families.
“Our inflatable castles add something a bit extra for youngsters to do on the beach,” she added.
Weather permitting the bouncy castles will be up every day until the end of the season between 9am-8pm.
Set in more than 90 acres of spectacular Pembrokeshire countryside Oakwood is Wales’ biggest family adventure with more than 40 exhilarating rides and amazing experiences to discover.
Famed as one of the world’s wildest wooden coasters, it was voted the best ride in the UK and the 3rd best ride in the world by coaster enthusiasts from the Roller Coaster Club of Great Britain.
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