Bouncy Castle Hire Hesketh Bank
Travelling to and from Southport to Preston or Eccleston, you may have missed the beautiful hamlet which is Tarleton, the Vikings certainly didn't as rumour has it they sailed up the river Douglas and set up camp on what is the Tarleton we know of and see today. As the years have gone by this village has grown in size and has now become one of the places to live in the area, with a central village shopping area and closeness to all amenities families’ young and old have chosen to live away from the hustle and bustle of the local towns. The village also includes those of Mere Brow, Croston and Bretherton with their child friendly schools and social areas from bowling to cricket and a great setting to host family parties or events.
Hesketh Bank lies to the west of Tarleton on the shores of the Irish Sea and the Ribble estuary, one of the most import stretches or water for migrating birds in the uk. With the richness of the soil this has been prime location for many a farm and continues to be to this day. Living on the outskirt of the village can mean coastal views to the Cumbrian hills to the north and the welsh mountains to the south. A great place to live, Hesketh Bank suffered during the Second World War due to its proximity to Preston and Liverpool. Damaged houses and churches were rebuilt and repaired to create this homely setting and a local community with local schools and even a two foot narrow gauge light railway which is still in operation running steam specials along its 393 metre length. With so many church halls and community centres holding parties here is never a problem as most are large enough to accommodate our bouncy castles and soft play hire or have green area outside where the children can play when the sun pays a visit. The Boomerang Bouncy Castle Hire van can often be seen on the roads of Hesketh Bank or in Booths car park!
Banks is a coastal village north east of Southport, with a population of just under 4000 it is the largest of the villages in the parish of North Meols. Whilst an agricultural area due to the richness of the soil fishing has been enjoyed here along The Sluice waterway and Soft Play Hire has been a massive hit here. It had a station on the then Southport to Preston West Lancashire Railway from 1878 to 1964 when dwindling numbers led to its closure, parts of the station platform can still be seen on what is now a public footpath. Being between Southport and Preston Banks has become a dormitory town with people choosing to live and socialise in the quiet of this village. With social clubs and primary schools Boomerang are regular visitors to the area and the friendliness of this local village.
To hire your Soft Play in the Southport area, just give Boomerang Bouncy Castle Hire a call between the hours of 9am to 9pm on 01704 232610 where when the phone is answered you will be met by a cheerful, professional member of our staff that is keen to answer all of your questions.
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