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A recreational device consisting of a horizontally-placed heavy-duty cloth bound to a rigid frame by rubberised ‘shock’—bungee—cords
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The company said the trampoline park sector had reached saturation point and as a result it had decided to reappraise its plans.
Work began in December to transform an industrial warehouse in School Lane into one of the largest indoor trampoline parks in the UK.
The majority of the injuries occur during the activities in trampolines exist at home.
And the Examiner has heard rumours that the former Visage and Ethos nightclub at Chapel Hill could become a trampoline centre, with workers spotted on site, but no further details have yet emerged.
The trampoline park with the most ambulance call-outs in both 2015/16 and 2016/17 was The Boing Zone in Stourbridge, which saw 33 callouts over the two years.
Alongside an open jump trampoline arena, the site will feature a range of facilities suitable for all abilities, from a beginner-friendly dodgeball court through to a parkour alley, which involves negotiating an obstacle course using only natural strength.
We will introduce more grown-up activities, such as a Ninja Warrior inspired obstacle-course Steven Cosgrove, Velocity Trampoline Park
In 2014, the US Consumer Product Safety Commission reported nearly 286,000 medically treated injuries from trampolines, including more than 104,000 visits to emergency room.
Without the Sunshine Fund he wouldn't have got the sensory trampoline.
Our trampoline park is one of the safest in the world.
The trampoline park will be open to all members of the public with no age restrictions.
Infinity has made the choice to use British Continental trampolines, these are the best money can buy and are used by Olympic gymnasts across the world.