Last night saw the return of the annual Moo Summer Party and, boy, was it worth the wait.

As is tradition, it was held in the outside space of the company’s headquarters – nestled in Shoreditch alongside all the other tech behemoths. As is also tradition, it was packed to the rafters – and not just with the good and the great of the industry. From giant beach balls suspended in mid-air, a flock of seagulls in the sky and some serious inflatables, through to a bouncy castle, face-painting and a steel band, walking in was like being transported back to those summer holidays of youth – but this time, with wine (so, even better in our opinion).

With that in mind, it should come as no surprise that we spent our evening reliving our youth. Some of us were decorated as a unicorn, or as David Bowie (we think), others spent the evening bouncing around (we’re kidding, that was the same person), as we engaged in what has to be one of the biggest beach ball battles of all-time (check out the video below). We also had a bit of a dance – of course.

But, as they say, a picture says a thousand words so feast your eyes on these:

Well done Moo. As always, you’ve outdone yourselves!

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