A HUGE inflatable obstacle course for kids is coming to Liverpool for the first time this month after being added to the line-up for Indoor Funfair.

The 200ft long course, named ‘Energiser’, was enjoyed by thousands of kids when it toured the UK last year, and joins a host of fairground rides for the event at Exhibition Centre Liverpool this Easter.

Indoor Funfair gives unlimited access, during each three-hour session, to more than 20 family favourites including the Waltzers, Fun House, Ghost Train and the Chair O-Planes swing ride.

Recently added to the list of attractions are two mini-coasters, a huge inflatable slide and a 3D Experience Zone, along with rides specifically for younger children.

John Lowery, from Indoor Funfair, said: “We’re thrilled to be bringing a section of the world’s longest, continuous, inflatable obstacle course to our Liverpool event.

“It’s suitable for anyone over five-years old, so mums and dads can go on too and race their kids.

“We’ve just finished a fantastic run in Harrogate where more than 10,000 people enjoyed Indoor Funfair and we can’t wait to bring the magic to Merseyside.

“We’re taking over most of the Exhibition Centre and filling it with amazing entertainment so all ages can have fun, no matter the weather outside.”

Colm Graham, Senior Sales Manager for Exhibition Centre Liverpool, said:

The week-long indoor event takes place during the school break, April 15 to 22.

Tickets cost £10 with spectator tickets priced at £2.

There is also a special online offer of four riding wristbands for £35. Refreshments and any prize games are not included in the ticket price.

Sessions run daily from 10am-1pm; 2pm-5pm and 6pm-9pm.

How to win tickets

We have got five pairs of tickets to giveaway to the Indoor Funfair in Liverpool.

To be in with a chance of winning, just tell us what is the name of the inflatable obstacle course at the Indoor Funfair?

Send your answer along with your name, address, phone number and the date and time of the session you would like to join to competition@nqnw.co.uk before midnight on April 10.