A fun way to spend money?

PUBLISHED: 16:38 14 January 2017 | UPDATED: 16:38 14 January 2017

The Gung-Ho! inflatable obstacle course. Picture Chris Payne Images

The Gung-Ho! inflatable obstacle course. Picture Chris Payne Images


I see (EDP, January 5), that up to 5,000 people are being invited to fork out a minimum of £31 each to run “the world’s biggest inflatable obstacle course” in Earlham Park, Norwich in September.

Given that anyone can run round Earlham Park for free any day of the year I wonder how many will think it a good idea to spend so much money — the rates get gradually more expensive from June to a maximum of £60 on the day — running over a few bouncy castles.

Organiser Alex Winters says it will be a “fun-filled event.” I imagine that he and his colleagues will be having the most fun as they are having a laugh — all the way to the bank.

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