Jump In Trampoline Arena to Open in Berkshire, UK
One of the largest and most innovative Trampoline and Fitness Arena in Europe is set to open in Slough, serving the Thames Valley region. Jump In Trampoline Arena plans to open a 32,000-sq. foot facility in 550 Dundee Road, Slough SL1 4LE in early September 2015.
Jump In is powered by Altitude Trampoline Parks, which is a leading international operator with multiple sites across the US as well as park development in Japan, UAE, South Africa and India.
The indoor arena will include a variety of specific activities such as 3D Dodgeball, Kid Zone, Foam Pits, tumble tracks and a huge main court where people can jump freely between interconnected trampolines and literally bounce off the walls.
“Defying gravity is one of the most exhilarating experiences whether you’re a child or an adult, and trampolining also happens to be great for your health,” says Gavin Lucas, Jump In CEO.
Jump In will also feature four large private rooms and in-park party areas for parties, corporate events, sports teams or any group size up to 120 people. A large café offering local gourmet ice cream and other treats will refresh jumpers and onlookers.
“Our arena offers high energy entertainment at affordable prices for individuals, families and groups. Jump In Trampoline Arena places a focus on providing a safe, clean, family friendly environment that will set our park apart.” – Linsey Willaford-West, Director of Marketing.
“We expect this state of the art indoor trampoline arena to add 60 or more part time, as well as several full time jobs to the Slough area.” – Vernon West, Executive Chairman.
Community & Fitness
Jump In is committed to providing excellent facilities for the local community, and will cater not just to adrenaline junkies, but also to anyone who is just looking to have fun. It’s also ideal for teachers, group leaders and parents to give kids a unique opportunity to enjoy a healthy way of releasing energy.
Jump In will also set up a dodge ball league inviting corporate teams and those from other groups and organisations to join the sport.
High-energy fitness classes on trampolines will also be offered, attracting those who wish to burn calories and have fun. NASA research states that 10 minute bounce sessions burns as many as 30 minutes of jogging, and the impact on limbs is reduced by 80% whilst improving the strength.
“Safety and cleanliness are our top priorities. We strictly adhere to safety guidelines, to which we have added our own additional measures which draw from best practice in other industries. Each jumping arena is monitored by trained team members. That way, we can ensure that everyone has a great experience at our park,” Lucas explains.
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