Youngsters vote Cardwell’s new kids attraction a big bouncy hit!

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YOUNGSTERS bounced into Cardwell Garden Centre on a mission – to road test a new kids attraction.

And the excitement on their faces and the laughter coming from them suggested that the bouncy Jungle Obstacle Course was a big hit.

They couldn’t wait to try out the attraction as they quickly dived in, bounced around inside, dodging the obstacles and climbed up the slope before sliding down at great speed.

Kirsty McElwee, from Greenock brought her children, Kyle, aged eight, Lewis, four and three-year-old Brodie to try out the new inflatable play attraction. She said:

“It’s really good and the kids loved playing on it.

“It’s a lot of bigger than the previous bouncy castle and there are more things for them to do since it’s like an assault course.”

Kyle added: “It’s fantastic. And the big slide at the end is my favourite part because I can go down really fast.”

Ashleigh Campopiano-Findlay, from Gourock watched on as her daughter Ellie, aged six enjoyed herself bouncing around. Ashleigh said: “Ellie has certainly enjoyed herself and had lots of fun.

“I reckon children could spend hours on the inflatable.”

Robert Blair, aged seven, from Greenock certainly seemed to enjoy himself. “I like it 20 millions times over,” he said. “I like going through the obstacles and then climbing up the slope then sliding to the bottom.”

Lucy Phillips, from Greenock came along to Cardwell with Aria, aged nine and seven-year-old Xander. Lucy said: “It’s a lot bigger than the last one and the kids loved it.”

Aria added: “It was really fun. My favourite bit was trying to bounce passed the obstacles.”

Liz Ross, from Greenock brought three-year-old Eden Donnelly along to try out the new attraction. Liz said: “I expected it to be just another bouncy castle, but it’s a lot bigger and better than that.”

And Eden had her own take on what she liked best: “I like all the animals painted along the side.”

While the 18 lucky youngsters got a sneak preview, the first time the bouncy Jungle Obstacle Course is open to the public will be this Saturday and Sunday, October 26 and 27, during the Cardwell Halloween Weekend family event.

Cardwell’s retail general manager, Paul Carmichael said: “We thought our new attraction would go down a treat with youngsters and we were right.

“I’m sure youngsters will have loads of fun every time the Jungle Assault Course is open.”

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