|If you need to hire a bouncy castle, mega slide, bungee run or an inflatable game for a wedding, childrens party, summer fete, family fun day or corporate event then you've come to the right place.|
|We have 638 bouncy castle hire companies in 106 regions/counties listed in England, Ireland, Northern Ireland and Wales ready to hire bouncy castles, slides, inflatable games or other play equipment.|
Please choose a country or region on the map or from the countries/regions below for bouncy castle hire companies near you.
East England (12)Essex Hertfordshire Bedfordshire more
East Midlands (7)Nottinghamshire Leicestershire Derbyshire more
Greater London (13)South London East London North London more
Ireland (30)Waterford Kildare Galway more
North East England (11)County Durham Tyne And Wear North Yorkshire more
North West England (11)Greater Manchester Lancashire Cheshire more
Northern Ireland (14)Antrim Armagh Tyrone more
Scotland (14)Strathclyde Region Central Region Grampian Region more
South East England (12)Kent Surrey Buckinghamshire more
South West England (10)Devon Gloucestershire Somerset more
Wales (8)Gwent Clwyd West Glamorgan more
West Midlands (15)Worcestershire Warwickshire Staffordshire more
The NAIH is the only dedicated Trade Association for inflatable hire companies in the UK
Summer is on its way and when the sun decides to shine nothing beats a good garden party. Getting the barbeque out of the garage, stocking up on food and drinks and buying games for the kids are all part of a British summer.
INPAS 2011 Expo & Trade Show - Stonleigh Park Exhibition Centre (CV8 2LZ) - 15th/16th March 2011
Inflated News has changed it's name. In the current issue (September 2009) Peter Grand (owner Grand Affairs Group) explains why.
Every now and then we come across a light hearted story that send chuckles around the office. Here is one we picked up on earlier this year. Health and Safety provide workmen with bouncy castles to play on. ?I watched this week as an articulated truck pulling a flat bed trailer arrived at a building site. A bunch of chaps got out and readied themselves to unload the slab of concrete on the back.
Remember remember the fifth of November...
When a company, organisation or individual hires any equipment they become subject to the Health and Safety at Work Act 1974. This act places a duty of care on everyone involved in the transaction.
The current boom in trampolining is almost certain to lead to an increase in accidents, but that does not mean that parents should not buy trampolines for their children. Play often leads to children being hurt ? it is part of growing up. There are bound to be the odd bumps and bruises. Trampolining can be enjoyed safely if a few simple guidelines are followed.
Inflatable structures ( Bouncy castles) are large cold air inflatables that people (usually children) can enter and bounce around on. They have been marketed under a variety of names: Astrojump, moonwalk, bounce house, moon bounce, or jolly jump in the US, bouncy castle or inflatable castle in the UK and parts of Australia, and as jumping castles in Australia, New Zealand, Canada and South Africa. They are often in the shape of a castle but can be made into a variety of designs.
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|INPA/TIPE Issues Inspector Warning - It has come to our attention that operators are receiving a mailing from Mr Peter McCormack regarding the annual testing of inflatables. Mr McCormack, who changed his name from Peter Morrell by deed poll, has, in fact, a Prohibition Notice issued by the Health and Safety Executive preventing him from testing inflatable play equipment. 08 Jul 2011 04:50:15 GMT|
|INPA/TIPE Announce Traing Scheme with RPII - INPA/TIPE have today announced a their latest initiative working with the RPII. This latest initiative involves a training scheme for operators and supervisors of inflatable play equipment 17 Jun 2011 20:46:16 GMT|
|INPA/TIPE Launches First In Series Of Initiatives - INPA along with its subscription service TIPE, have today announced the first in a series of initiatives following the recent spate of incidents involving inflatable play equipment 03 Jun 2011 11:24:45 GMT|
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|A UK Magazine for Bouncy Castles, Bouncy Castle Hire Companies, Users of Inflatable Play Equipment and the play & attractions industry.|
INPA (Inflated News Play & Attractions) is a free quarterly magazine sent out to bouncy castle manufacturers, bouncy castle testers, bouncy castle sales companies, bouncy castle repair companies, bouncy castle hire companies, venues, entertainment companies, theme parks, Local Authorities, indoor play centres, activity centres, farm attractions and Zoos etc. The magazine is backed up by their web site which is constantly updated to bring you the latest events as they happen. INPA (Inflated News Play & Attractions) Website
|TIPE is a subscription service available to the inflatable play industry and is designed to offer up to date timely advice and guidance on the increasing number of legal, safety and other issues the industry faces on a daily basis.|
Subscribers will find all the up to date information regarding the complex issues you require for a successful business. Information is continually updated, new material added and many more features.
For further information please visit the TIPE website
|The UKs only dedicated Trade Association for owners and operators of inflatable play equipment.|
The National Association of Inflatable Hirers aims to promote the highest standards of professional practice, responsibility, safety and ethics within the inflatable play industry.
All members of the National Association of Inflatable Hirers are required to endorse and affirm the Code of Conduct and uphold the standards laid down in the Code of Practice.
The NAIH exists to:
The National Association of Inflatable Hirers Website