A trampoline park in Grantham which closed suddenly this week will reopen under new owners.
As previously reported, customers saw their bookings cancelled at short notice after Jump Revolution on Caunt Road in Grantham shut down.
Customers were reported to have received emails from the company on Tuesday night to say their bookings have been cancelled. The email also stated customers will get a refund.
Previous owners Mark and Emma Ellis apologised for the disruption on social media, saying it would be business as usual under new ownership from Monday (February 11). All future bookings and parties will be honoured.
They said: “Please accept our apologies for the disruption caused by being closed over the last few days.
“Jump Revolution will be open again from Monday under new ownership and it will be business as usual. All future bookings and parties will be honoured.
“We would like to thank all our loyal customers that have jumped and been part of our journey over the last 2 years.
“We would also like to say a massive thank you to our fantastic team led by Sally-Anne who worked tirelessly to make Jump a success.
“We are very sad to be saying goodbye but would like to wish the new owners every success.”
Concerned customers commented on the Jump Revolution’s Facebook post with the company attempting to offer reassurances in its replies.
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