It’s coming home! Reading-based company behind world’s longest inflatable obstacle course is bringing event to Berkshire!

The world’s longest continuous inflatable assault course is coming back home following a successful UK tour. 

The Labyrinth Challenge, a giant outdoor inflatable measuring over 1,000ft long and suitable for adults and kids to tackle together, is heading to Reading’s Outpost Activity Centre this month. 

Simply The Best Events (STBE), the company behind the epic inflatable course, is based in Reading and held the very first Labyrinth Challenge event in the town back in May 2017. 

After more than 100,000 people visited the touring attraction last year, STBE decided to improve and extend the course for 2018. 

This year the course, which is suitable for those aged 10 or over, includes more than 30 fun obstacles in five-themed zones including hurdles, climbing walls, tunnels and huge slides. 

Younger children are well catered for with the Inflatable Village, separate to the main course, featuring 30 fun inflatables and a Mini Labyrinth Challenge for those aged 5-9 to enjoy. 

Trevor Collins, the owner of STBE, said: 

“We’re really looking forward to bringing the Labyrinth Challenge back to where it all began. 

“Last year we spent three happy weeks in Reading, entertaining the people of Berkshire and making sure we had the best event possible to take around the country. 

“Since then, we’ve had an amazing reaction in Scotland, Wales and all corners of England, but coming home is going to be extra special. 

“For 2018, all ticket holders get the chance to take on The Labyrinth course as many times as they like during their 60-minute slot, alongside unlimited use of all the inflatables and attractions within The Village.” 

The event takes place at Reading’s Outpost Activity Centre on Saturday and Sunday, July 21-22, from 11am to 5pm. 

Tickets for the Labyrinth Challenge and Village are priced £20, while tickets giving access to The Village are only £15, available online at Tickets for the under-5s cost £5, while a spectator’s ticket is £2.50. Food and drink is available on site. 

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