A NEW inflatable theme park is set to open its doors in Chester in March.

The brainchild of a local husband and wife team, Inflatabubble is a 450m squared inflatable visitor attraction

Jamie and Steph Hall said: “As a family on a budget with two young children, Isaac and Gracie, 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.”

Inflatabubble will be based at Catholic High School, Old Wrexham Road, Chester, and the couple will even be employing sixth formers from the school to help run the park.

The couple added: "We figured the school was ideal. We’re open every Saturday and Sunday, bank holidays and

school holidays – and here’s the best bit – it’s not just something to do with the kids, it’s helping support

a wonderful local school.

“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”.

Cathryn McKeagney, headteacher at Catholic High School, Chester, said: ''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 will be about £6.95 per person and food will be available.

Food options will include hotdogs, panini’s, cakes and… yep, a quality bean to cup coffee. Vegan and vegetarian options will also be available.

Inflatabubble will be a cashless venue, with admission slots available by booking online at www.inflatabubble.co.uk

All payments at the park will be card only.