Free trampolining at Colnbrook Jump Giants in aid of Help for Heroes and Breast Cancer Care
Jump Giants, the recently opened indoor trampoline park in Colnbrook is hosting a ‘Free Jump’ week while raising funds for Help for Heroes and Breast Cancer Care.
Based in Old Bath Road, Jump Giants‘ charity week started on Wednesday and will run until tomorrow. One hour jump sessions are being offered completely free to customers, so long as they purchase limited edition “jump socks”. Proceeds from the sale of the socks, and other donations, will be split between the two nominated charities.
Matt Schofield, park manager told the Slough Observer: “We are very pleased to be able to work with these two great charities during our charity week in addition to helping put something back into our local community by offering free jumping over a seven day period.
“Our special week launches the beginning of what we hope to be a successful summer holiday period. We are immensely pleased [with] the feedback we have received from our customers and look forward to attracting more new customers over these seven days. Places are booking up extremely fast so we advise people to book on line right away in order to avoid disappointment”
The company behind the newly opened trampoline park in Colnbrook was formed in 2015 and opened its first park in Thurrock, Essex in May 2015. The “West London” park, its second, opened on 29th May in Colnbrook.
The Colnbrook park is 30,000 square feet and features more than 100 wall-to-wall, green and purple inter-connected and angled trampolines that literally enable you to bounce off the walls.