Published: 16:34, 08 August 2017 |
Updated: 16:42, 08 August 2017
Ramsgate Festival organisers are continuing to battle to keep their promise to bring a 300 foot slide to the town.
Nearly 200 people who won a ballot to take a ride on the slide were left disappointed on Sunday, July 30 when slide suppliers pulled out last minute.
It was set to be the highlight of the Ramsgate Festival with 5,000 people entering all hoping to have a go on the super size slide.
The organisers of Ramsgate Festival today said: "Since the early hours of Sunday morning, 30 July, we have been working to resolve the difficulties with our supplier for the Ramsgate Slide event which was due to take place that day.
At the time, Adam Faulkner, of the suppliers Bloon, said "Despite several reminders for payment, Ramsgate Arts Festival failed to clear their final balance of their inflatable slide.
"This is against our terms and conditions of sale for bespoke items and left Bloon no choice but to refuse delivery."
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