Trampolining has become one of Britain’s fastest-growing pastimes…now it’s reached Bournemouth
London UK, Tuesday 10th May 2016 – It’s fun, affordable, open to all ages and all skill levels, and is a great way to exercise while spending truly enjoyable times with the family. The only real restriction is a lack of facilities. Launching this summer, successful Slough-based trampolining company is bringing its magic to Bournemouth, with a dedicated trampoline arena.
The brand, which was inspired by the vast – and vastly popular – trampolining parks of America specialises in providing facilities to answer a full range of trampoline attractions – from guided fitness classes, to frolics and fun for those who wish to simply lark about. There’s even a trampoline dodgeball league for those who like to get truly physical!
The new Bournemouth Jump In Trampoline Arena is the first park of its kind in Dorset, but far from jumping up and down about it, thus far the Bournemouth launch has been cloaked in secrecy, with the precise venue still to be revealed. What is known is that the new park will follow the brand’s existing model, catering for up to 110 jumpers at any one time, in a convenient and central location. The premises will also be available for group sessions and private party hire.
Jump In Chairman, Vernon West, says: ‘We’re really excited to be bringing a park to the Dorset coast. It has been a long time coming and is a special location.
’Our arenas in Slough – where we launched – and Warwickshire, have both done incredibly well, and we’re sure that the Jump In arena format will prove equally popular with Bournemouth families. We can’t wait for the launch and the big reveal!’
Opening soon, Jump In trampoline park is sure to be a lively new addition to Dorset’s entertainment scene. Visit http://www.gojumpin.com for all of the latest news and information.
Notes to editors:
Launched in 2015, Jump In is the brainchild, business and personal playground of mumpreneur Linsey Willaford-West, and two dadpreneurs, Vernon West and Gavin Lucas. The venture was inspired by a Willaford-West family holiday to Fort Worth Texas, where they came across Altitude Trampoline Park. On return to the UK, the Willaford-Wests really missed the time that they had spent – and the fun that their toddler had had – at the trampoline park and were dismayed to find that there were no comparable facilities in their area. The solution? Find a business partner and open their own. Gavin Lucas was more than happy to ‘go jump in’. The Jump In Trampoline Arena in Slough opened to much acclaim in September 2015 while Warwick opened in May 2016..
Contact: Linsey Willaford-West
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