The World’s Largest Inflatable is Coming to Kent.

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The World’s Largest Inflatable is Coming to Kent

The ultimate bouncy castle experience for adults is coming to Deal in May 2017.

At 272m The Beast is the world’s largest inflatable obstacle course and its first UK outing will be at Betteshanger Park.

The Beast will be at the Park from Saturday May 27th to Monday May 29th 2017.

It will be open to the general public with special party nights on the Friday & Saturday for those who want to bounce to their favourite tunes and have a night out with a difference.

Participants can run and bounce their way around 32 obstacles including inflatable walls, balls and rings.

People are encouraged to bounce for fun, sign up as a team or race through and get their name on top of the leader board.

The fun will not stop once people have crossed the finish line.   They will be invited to sit back, relax with friends and family in the Park and enjoy delicious food and drink from local suppliers.   Other activities will be available throughout the weekend to complete the fun day out for the whole family.

Tickets will be on sale from the end of January 2017.  The Beast is suitable for everyone aged 8 and over.

Sign up to the Betteshanger mailing list to gain access to priority tickets at


About Betteshanger Sustainable Parks:

  • Betteshanger Park, until recently known as Fowlmead Country Park, is operated as part of the Betteshanger Sustainable Parks scheme and is integral to the regeneration of the former mining community in East Kent. Facilities include a 3.5km road cycling track, 10km of mountain bike trails, leisure paths and established woodlands, wetlands and reed beds full of wildlife.
  • Betteshanger Sustainable Parks is part of the Hadlow Group, which includes Hadlow College, a premier UK land-based college, ranked Ofsted Outstanding.
  • The £40 million Betteshanger Sustainable Parks scheme, near Deal, in East Kent, will drive regeneration of the site and the area, combining sustainable business and commerce, education, sustainable energy and tourism.
  • Located on the site of the former Betteshanger colliery, the scheme will see the 121-hectare site transformed into a much-enhanced Country Park, with new Visitor Centre encompassing the Kent Mining Museum and adjacent Business Park.


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