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    Jump In Trampoline Arena are coming to Aberdeen

    Jump In Announces Plans For Brand New Trampoline Arena In Heart of Aberdeen

    Jump In is set to add to its sites in Slough and Warwick with a brand new trampoline park in the heart of Aberdeen.

    The new centre, set to open in 2017, will be the first of its kind in Aberdeenshire, with a highly sought-after city centre location that will ensure it’s accessible to all. The 30,000 square foot facility will fill a long-term warehouse void that has popped up in the city, as well as offering incredible scope for new features and installations that the public has never seen before.

    Vernon West, Chairman of Jump In, says, “We’re thrilled to have taken the first steps in becoming Aberdeenshire’s only trampoline park. We’ve scoped out an incredible location that will be accessible to all families and members of the public, and we hope to start work on the site very soon, creating a wonderful attraction that Aberdeen’s residents are sure to love.”

    “This is a really exciting time for the whole Jump In team – we’ve been running a crowdfunding campaign for the last few weeks in order to secure funds to open even more new sites across the country. If we’re successful, we’ll become one of the UK’s biggest trampoline arena chains, with a growing presence in various other major towns and cities.”

    The park will launch next year with all of the most popular facilities from the existing Slough and Warwick sites. These include interconnected trampolines and wall trampolines, as well as a foam pit, air bag, dedicated toddler jump space and a Gladiators-style battle beam.

    The team from Jump In also wish to involve their future customers by giving them the opportunity to determine which new features they’d most like to see at the Aberdeen venue. Options include a rope swing, basketball nets, a tightrope, a soft play area for little ones, and many more. The Jump In Trampoline Arena Aberdeen Facebook page will play host to a poll, giving local residents input on this exciting new facility.

    Vernon continues, “Aberdeen has been recently affected by a slump in oil prices, leaving some people in the area low. The launch of a trampoline arena can give locals a real boost, offering a new place to enhance your fitness and keep the little ones entertained for a few hours during the evening or at the weekends!”

    For more information about Jump In, visit the website:https://www.gojumpin.com