Jumping for joy at trampoline park
JUMP Giants celebrated the opening of its giant 30,000sqft indoor trampoline park in Colnbrook, near Heathrow Airport, at a launch party on Thursday May 19.
Headlining the event were Britain’s Got Talent stars Bars and Melody, as well as Youth Creation, who performed a dance routine to the crowd of 200.
Hot on the heels of the success of its first venue in Thurrock, Essex, the park features more than 100 wall-to-wall green and purple interconnected and angled trampolines.
Other features include a Battle Beam Zone alongside its large jump arena, foam zone, dodgeball courts, tumble runs, basketball slam dunk lanes and dedicated junior giants area.
The site will also gradually roll out trampoline-based dodgeball leagues, fitness classes, birthday packages, family days, sessions for pre-school children, teen party nights, corporate team events and support sessions for jumpers with disabilities and special needs.
Jump Giants Heathrow is the first Jump Giants park to have the Battle Beam Zone, where you can duel your friend until one of you falls into foam pit.
The park costs £11 per person (three years and up) for an ‘open jump session’. School term-time opening hours are 9.30am to 9pm Monday to Thursday (open until 10pm on Tuesdays), 9.30am to 11pm on Fridays, 9am to 10pm on Saturdays and 9am to 7pm on Sundays.
The park is expected to be a welcome addition to the area, as Oxygen Freejumping in West Acton became a popular attraction as London’s first ever trampoline park.
Julian Henton, coowner at Jump Giants, said: “We’ve been overwhelmed by the support for the trampoline parks, as well as by people’s appetite for fun and exercise.
“There’s literally a warehouse packed with over 100 wall-to-wall, green and purple trampolines. The Heathrow site also features a Battle Beam Zone, alongside its large jump arena, foam zone, dodgeball courts, tumble runs, basketball slam dunk lanes and dedicated junior giants area.”