Summer Holiday Activities in Slough
There’s extra fun and games lined up in Slough, including indoor welly wanging, giant Jenga, Connect 4 and volleyball, all with the sounds of summer playing in the background. There may even be the chance to slap on some bling with a glitter tattoo – or two!
With the Summer Pass in your back pocket it’s the perfect way to keep you and your family entertained – and active – over the school holidays.
The passes represent great value at just £35 for 5 jumps and £60 for 10 jumps and can be purchased now, for use until August 31st 2019. They can also be used for friends and family to enjoy Jump In together.
When you purchase online you will be sent a unique code to use when booking online via our website or Contact Centre on 01926 356290. Visit: www.gojumpin.com and select Open Jump.
For full terms and conditions visit: http://www.gojumpin.com/news/summer-trampoline-passes-at-jump-in Jumpers will have no trouble cooling down after trampolining with the Summer Fest special offer – when you buy three Slush drinks, there’s a fourth one waiting you for you free at Jump In Slough! (Valid throughout July and August).
As well as Open Jumping, Jump In Trampoline Park Slough offers sessions catering for all age groups, including After-School Deal; Toddler Time; Jump and Play (exclusively for under fives); Friday Night Takeover; Toddler Time, Relaxed Sessions (with SEN activities and Rebound Therapy) and Fitness Classes (for all ages). Besides trampolines, the Jump In fun includes a giant airbag, twist ladder, dodgeball, battle beam, basketball, tumble track, drop slide plus a soft play area for the under fives. And there’s a special Soft Play and Mini Trampoline Jump offer for under fives as well – in the secure environment of the gated soft play area with lots of space to run free.
On-site facilities include baby change, disabled access and free parking as well as a wide range of tasty refreshments in the Tuck In Café – where most supervising parents like to reside!
What better incentive to get them active and off their screens and onto our trampolines?
Jumping is a low-impact activity that improves core strength (including stronger bones, better posture and increased leg strength); cardiovascular fitness and cognitive development in children (including coordination, mental strengthening, enjoyment and self-esteem).
Regular trampoline exercise has also been proven to increase metabolic rate, helping the body process nutrients more efficiently and reducing the risk of osteoporosis by increasing the density of our bones.
Visit Jump In at: https://www.gojumpin.com/locations/trampoline-park-slough for more information about what they offer.