Jump Around!

By September 14, 2016news-leeds

Oxygen Freejumping, the UK’s leading trampoline park operator will be opening it’s brand new Leeds park on 24th September on Kirkstall Road.

To mark the occasion, Oxygen will be hosting a number of events, including a treasure hunt and a free taster day in Leeds city centre before the official launch night on 23rd September. Throughout the opening weekend, Throughout the opening weekend, (24th, 25th September) the first 500 bookings can jump around at the new trampoline park for just £1. Use code LEEDS500 to book.

For the treasure hunt, which takes place on Friday 16th to Sunday 18th September, Leeds locals are encouraged to try and find ‘Little O’, Oxygen’s mascot. To take part, hunters must head to Oxygen’s website and download a map showing locations where Little O has left clues, dropping his freejumping socks across the city. For those taking part in the treasure hunt to help find Little O’s socks, participants will be rewarded with free sessions at the new Leeds park!

Coinciding with the treasure hunt will be a taster session in Leeds city centre (location TBA) with local gymnasts wowing onlookers and passers-by with high-flying displays on Oxygen’s air track, giving a taste of what can be experienced at the new park.

Founded in 2014, the company has welcomed in excess of 360,000 visitors to its first park in Acton, making it the most popular trampoline park in the UK. Since then, the chain opened four further parks in Southampton, Manchester, Derby and Wigan, and adds Leeds to its list of nationwide locations this year.

Founder David Stalker is delighted to be bringing Oxygen to Leeds: “We’re so excited to show the people of the city what free jumping is all about on 17th September. Of course, we need to find Little O first, but I’m sure the people of Leeds can help us. We can’t wait to get Leeds jumping and our opening weekend offer means that people making a booking can enjoy all the park has to offer for just £1!”

Trampolining has become increasing popular over recent years and Oxygen aims to make the sport appealing everyone from families to competitive sportspeople.