Huge Labyrinth Challenge to return to Romford this year with 15 additional inflatables for laser tag and surfing

Labyrinth adventure inflatable course
-Credit: (Image: The Labyrinth Challenge)

A "spectacular" and "world-class" inflatable obstacle course returns to Essex this weekend - boasting more than a dozen additional challenges and food vans than the last. The Labyrinth Challenge will bring more than 1,000 feet of challenges when it arrives in Romford at Gidea Park Rugby Club on Saturday and Sunday (July 13 and 14).

The Labyrinth Challenge will come to the rugby club for just two days and will bring one of the best family-friendly challenges there is to see. The challenge has been running for many years and was hugely successful and popular when it came to Romford in June last year.

The organisers say they aim to bring the "wow" factor to the proceedings with various different inflatables to navigate. There will be dozens of multi-coloured pieces to get stuck into when people take to the course between 10am and 5pm both days.

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The Labyrinth challenge will be one-hour time slots throughout the day. Time slots available are shown on the booking page. Wristbands will be given out on the day, with additional inflatable village attractions being open all day which will operate on a pay-as-you-go basis.

This year, in addition to the Main Labyrinth Challenge, "The Village" will have up to 15 other inflatable attractions to enjoy such as Total Wipeout, Laser Tag, Crazy Golf and Bouncy Castles, slides and assault courses. There will also be nearly 40 food and craft stalls with a DJ providing live music throughout the day.

The course will be 1000ft long
The course will be 1000ft long -Credit:The Labyrinth Challenge/ Leonardslee Lakes and Gardens

Adults cost £17 for the Labyrinth Challenge, with children under 12 costing £12. For those wanting to attend the event but not go on the Labyrinth course, there is a £5 charge. An unlimited-day wristband costs £20, which can only be purchased on the day.

To book tickets, click here.