Walking on air at bouncy Stonehenge

(l-r) Val, Ed, 10, Sam, 13, and Helen Jones, all of Barnburgh, enjoy a bounce on the bouncy castle version of Stonehenge. Picture: Andrew Roe
(l-r) Val, Ed, 10, Sam, 13, and Helen Jones, all of Barnburgh, enjoy a bounce on the bouncy castle version of Stonehenge. Picture: Andrew Roe

A BOUNCY model of Stonehenge paid a trip to a Doncaster park this weekend as part of the London 2012 cultural celebrations.

The life-sized inflatable replica called Sacrilege had fun-seekers walking on air when it called at Bentley Park on Saturday.

Kids and big kids turned out to have a bounce on the giant piece of artwork, which was created by Turner Prize winning artist Jeremy Deller,

The giant inflatable monument has been touring the UK since it first appeared on the opening day of the London Olympics.

Joan Beck, Doncaster Council’s director of Adults and Communities, described Sacrilege as “great fun”.