Trampoline arena set to spring up in Harrogate

Harrogate trampoline arena

7:40pm 3rd August 2017
(Updated 7:45pm 3rd August 2017)

A new trampoline arena is set to open in Harrogate next year, if planning permission is granted.

The arena on Hornbeam Park, operated by Jump In, will be the first of its kind in the town and will create 60 local jobs.

Vernon West, Chairman of Jump In, said: "We're thrilled to have taken the first steps in becoming Harrogate's first trampoline park.

"We have selected an entirely accessible location and will be working hard to create an attraction for the whole community to enjoy."

Facilities will include interconnected trampolines and wall trampolines, as well as a foam pit, air bag, dedicated toddler jump space and a Gladiators-style battle beam.

The team from Jump In are also planning to run a Facebook poll asking their future customers which new features they would most like to see at the arena.

Options include a rope swing, basketball nets, a tightrope and a soft play area.

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