Once set up the safe operation is your responsibility, as the proprietors shall not be
Held responsible for any accidents / injuries however caused.
Please read the guidelines for the safe operation of inflatable castles.
1, A responsible adult should be on hand at all times to supervise children and keep front of castle clear.
2, There should be separate bouncing sessions for different age groups.
3, Shoes must be removed, along with and hard, sharp or dangerous objects. Spectacles are best removed.
4, Nobody must be allowed to climb or hang on the walls of the castle or bounce on the front step.
5, Do not over load the castle.
6, You should limit the number of users to approximately 6 children on a 10ft or 12ft castle &
approximately 8 children on 15ft castles this should allow each child enough room to play safely.
7, In wet conditions the castle will become very slippery.
8, It is not recommended that electric blowers are used in wet conditions, however
the operator may use the blower if the conditions are not to bad provided the RCD circuit breaker is provided.
9, Do not switch the electric blower on and off while the castle is in use.
If the castle fails for any reason it should be evacuated immediately to prevent injury and possible damage to the equipment.
10, Occasionally check that the castle is still securely tied and pegged down.
11, If misuse or neglect causes any damage the controller will be liable for the repair.
12, No food, drink or cigarettes to be taken into the castle. No silly string to be sprayed in castle.
13, Persons under the influence of drink or drugs should not be allowed to use the equipment.
14, If the castle is dirty when collected, an additional payment of up to £50 may be requested.
15, No party poppers to be used in wet conditions, as these stain the castle.
I, the Undersigned agree to the above charges and guidelines, and to be bound by them.