08 January 23 - Soft Play Season

We're right in the midst of Winter and what we like to call 'soft play season'.

This time of the year, our diary is filled with indoor bookings across the North West. Customers are choosing to host their party or event indoors to stay protected from the elements outside.

Some of our most popular hire products during this time of the year include our range of soft play products.

This image shows an indoor white bouncy castle complete with balloon decor and a white soft play set up supplied by SJ's Leisure

We try to stock as many soft play themes to cater for all event themes. Some of our most popular themes include;

This image shows a Peppa Pig soft play set up supplied by SJ's Leisure

Our delivery area for soft play hire is quite a large region within the North West and includes towns and cities such as St Helens, Warrington, Wigan, Widnes, Leigh, Ormskirk, Astley, Tyldesley, Liverpool, Prescot, Runcorn amongst others. If you are unsure if we deliver to your location, please check out the delivery areas page for further clarification.

This image shows a unicorn soft play set up supplied by SJ's Leisure in St Helens

All of our soft play products are only ever hired indoors or outdoors underneath a gazebo or marquee or similar so they are always in great condition i.e. not full of mud and dirt or damp from use in showery weather conditions.

This image shows a licensed Paw Patrol soft play set up supplied by SJ's Leisure

Included in our range of soft play products includes themes such as 'Paw Patrol' and 'Peppa Pig'. These themes are officially licensed Nickelodeon products so have been designed and created by the entertainment company who created the brand therefore the artwork is crisp, authentic and always gets rave reviews from customers.

This image shows a nursery rhymes theme soft play set up supplied by SJ's Leisure in Wigan

For more information on our soft play hire service or any of our hire products or services, please contact our friendly office team today.

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