October 1, 2018 12.15 pm This story is over 37 months old

Lincoln’s first trampoline park springs to life this winter

The new venue will create up to 40 new jobs

Get ready to jump and bounce as Lincoln’s first trampoline park is finally set to open this December, creating up to 40 new jobs.

As previously reported, work initially began on the giant trampoline park with the hope it would open in the former DPD depot on Dixon Close off Tritton Road in February 2018, but plans were halted.

Director of Jump-Inc Lee Shipley acknowledged that the delay has taken longer than expected, but is now excited with the city’s first indoor trampoline park and inflatable soft play set to open in the coming months.

A refit is currently underway at the 30,000 square foot Lincoln site, which has had £500,000 invested into facilities.

The new venue will create between 30 and 40 new jobs.

There will be fun for all ages at Lincoln’s first trampoline park, which opens this year.

The park will host a dedicated toddler area, ball pool, jelly mountain, basher forest and free fall area.

It boasts ‘enough wall to wall, spring-loaded and inflatable fun for just about anyone, of any age’.

The exact opening date of the new park is yet to be confirmed.

The park will be open seven days a week and will feature a mezzanine viewing platform, a street-food inspired cafe and dedicated party rooms hosting birthdays, Christmas parties, group and corporate events.

The inflatable park is also packed with exciting new activities and features and customers can experience challenging obstacle courses, giant wipe out balls and more.

Director of Jump-Inc Lee Shipley said: “We are thrilled to finally get Lincoln off the ground, it’s been a long process and we appreciate the delay has taken longer than expected.

“The refit is underway and we’re really excited to get the doors open and launch something new into the city. The inflatable theme park is different to anything you’ve ever seen before.

“Since refurbing our Rotherham site into Jump INCflated earlier this year, we can see how the leisure trend is changing. We’re hoping the new product will be just as popular in Lincolnshire.

“This is a multi-person playground for adults, teenagers and children alike and our exciting new activities will accommodate families, corporate events, hen parties, toddler sessions and more. We look forward to welcoming a diverse group of socials and party bookings when we open our doors this winter.”

Jump-Inc currently has three other sites in Leeds, Sheffield and Rotherham

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