A state-of-the-art extreme trampoline park will open its doors for the first time at 4pm today (Mon 1 Feb) at Link Centre.
This is part of the continued investment GLL, under their Better brand, have been making and Swindon Link was invited along on Saturday with our families to have a sneak peek at the facilities.
The trampoline park is a series of interconnected safety padded trampolines which can be used by up to 100 people at a time. The project is part of a £2million investment in the centre and will include newly created, dedicated birthday party rooms and a refurbished café.
A relatively new concept in the UK, the trampoline park will be accessible to all sectors of the community offering group events, sports training and children’s party bookings.
This is the second extreme trampoline park to open in Swindon with Freedog in Kembrey Park launching in summer 2015.
Steve Woodman, partnership manager for Better, said: “The park is open to everyone regardless of fitness levels, age or experience, with fully trained coaches on hand to provide expert help and advice.”
The park also includes big foam pits, battle beams and a viewing area looking out over the trampolines. There are also freestyle coaching sessions as well as corporate events where people can play dodgeball and basketball on the nets.
Jamie Ross, Better’s national Extreme manager, said: “This is a way that people of all ages can keep fit whilst at the same time having fun. It’s so multi-purpose and the benefits are huge. There will be special toddler sessions and safety is obviously paramount in everything that we do. Every person that comes in for an hourly session will have to watch a three minute safety video.”
To win one of the five family tickets up for grabs email us at firstname.lastname@example.org with ‘Trampoline Comp’ in the subject line by 29 February and the winners will be picked at random.