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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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This is the first Go Air trampoline park and the aim is to open 15 more parks across the UK by the end of 2016, which would create more than 100 jobs.
Specifically, business owner should ensure all trampolines are sold with clear assembly and placement instructions, as well as guidelines on how to use the product safely.
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.
Air Space currently has the largest indoor trampoline park in Europe, at East Kilbride in Scotland.
It is the latest trampoline park planned for the region after Velocity Leisure opened one in Widnes and revealed proposals for a second site in Aintree earlier this year.
Wall-running trampolines have been installed "for more extreme air experiences" and individual coaching will be offered to help people improve their bouncing.
Infinite Air trampoline park in Durham, which is to open this month
Air Trampoline is due to open at the former Britvic site opposite Llanishen Leisure Centre in Cardiff in July with the Swansea site due to open in the Llansamlet area later in the year.
An indoor trampoline entertainment park has partnered with several UAE schools to launch unique educational programmes where students can learn everything from science to fitness in a fun way.
The new purpose-built trampoline centre would be used by NHTS students and members of Kirklees Rebound which has more than 100 members.
behind the Pro Golf Discount store, has about 75 trampolines total, said owner Rajiv Malhan.
I was so astounded that I let out a gasp when I first spotted the trampolines.