The Beast is returning to Kent for it’s second year and this time it is bigger than ever.
The world’s biggest inflatable bouncy castle obstacle course is coming to Betteshanger Park, near Deal this May and it’s over 100 metres longer than last time.
HOLD MY SHOES, the company behind The Beast, has constructed the course beyond the standard 272m length to a whopping 384m.
Keith Lee, Head of Programme, Betteshanger Park said: “We’ve been working with HOLD MY SHOES over the last couple of months to create a bigger, more elaborate course and we are thrilled that, at 384m, it will be the longest Beast ever constructed.”
The beast has been on tour around Europe since it’s last trip to Kent but also stopped off in London, Birmingham and Dublin.
The stretched length course will be in Betteshanger Park from May 26 – May 28.
Johan Bommerez, Project Manager, HOLD MY SHOES, said: “We’re excited to be working with Betteshanger again after the enormous success of The Beast last year. We’re also proud to be presenting this setup to the public, offering an even bigger and more awesome challenge to all visitors.