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SEVENTY jobs will be created when a trampoline arena opens in Warwick later this year.

Jump In in Hermes Close on Tachbrook Park is the company’s second site, and is expected to open in May.

The first opened in Slough last year with two more set to open elsewhere in the country in the coming year.

As well as the trampolines for 150 people, the centre will have party and conference facilities.

Trampoline parks have been described as the latest phenomenon to hit the UK. Warwick’s will have 3D Dodgeball, a kids’ zone, foam pits, tumble tracks, and a huge main court where people can jump freely between interconnected trampolines, and literally bounce off the walls.

Gavin Lucas, Jump In’s chief executive officer, said: “Jumping is great fun and happens to be great for your health too.

“We place a focus on providing a safe, clean, affordable and family-friendly environment that set our parks apart, and keeps people coming back.”



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