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A giant trampoline park is about to open in Orpington

PUBLISHED: 13:23 15 February 2017 | UPDATED: 14:52 16 February 2017

AirJump directors Daniel & Tony Locke

AirJump directors Daniel & Tony Locke

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The grand opening of AirJump Trampoline Park in Lagoon Road will take place next month

A huge trampoline park will be making its way into Orpington next month.

AirJump Trampoline Park will open in Lagoon Road, which will boast a 14,000 square foot site with 1000 square metres of pure trampoline space. The new park will accomodate 60 jumpers per hour and will be open until late at 10pm, seven days a week.

The family-run park aims to promote health and fitness and will include a tumble track, a battle beam to knock off opponents, slam dunk basketball hoops, a giant air bag to throw yourself onto from a 6 foot tower, competition trampolines and a specially desgined soft play area for under 5s.

There will also be parent and toddler sessions, special needs jump sessions, air jump party hire, keep fit classes and disco nights.

Parents and non-jumpers will have a bird’s eye view of the park from the Air Lounge cafe, which features free wifi, Sky TV and food and drink.

Tony and Daniel Locke, the AirJump Trampoline Park directors, said:

“AirJump are proud to announce the opening of our first Trampoline Park. We believe in the importance of a healthy lifestyle and more importantly family time, so we have merged them together to create a park that everyone can enjoy and stay fit at the same time.

“After finding the perfect location in Orpington, we have been working hard to transform 14,000 square into a ‘first-rate’ trampoline experience with newest park facilities for our customers, whilst bringing something to the community that everybody can enjoy from all age groups and abilities.”

Although a date is yet to be confirmed, the grand opening of AirJump will take place this March with special performers and guests.

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