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Lydia Bright and daughter Loretta all smiles at London's first inflatable theme park

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TOWIE star Lydia Bright and her young daughter were beaming with happiness as they enjoyed a day out together in London.The 31-year-old and her daughter Loretta, 2, enjoyed a fun-filled day at Inflata Nation Colindale, the capital's first inflatable theme park.Lydia and her off-spring enjoyed a VIP day out at the massive indoor bouncy castle arena located at Colindale Retail Park on Edgware Road days before its official opening to the public on Saturday (May 140.The venue will give both kids and adults the chance to enjoy quality time together while also laughing as they bounce around the arena.Speaking about her experience, Lydia said: "We've had so much fun!"The site is brilliant with loads to do and there's even a special under-fours section for little kids like Loretta, she's had a blast."Inside the fantastic venue, fun-seekers will find themselves facing super slides, a gigantic ball pit, obstacle courses and a gladiator-style battle podium.The family-friendly fun centre includes a cafe to catch your breath with a relaxing drink and snack as well as offering the chance to hire the venue for parties.Mitesh and Dipti Pindoria, owners of Inflata Nation Colindale said: "Months of hard work have gone into bringing Inflata Nation to Colindale and we're so pleased to finally have people through the doors."We can't thank the local community enough for showing us such amazing support."The feedback so far has been phenomenal."There's nothing else like this in London and we want everyone to come and have a bounce on the inflatables, throw themselves into the huge ball pool and fly down the massive slides."One-hour bounce sessions cost £8.50 for under-fours and £13.50 for everyone else.

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