SEGRO Jump In with new trampoline arena in Slough
SEGRO plc ('SEGRO') has today announced that Gojumpin Limited will launch one of Europe's largest and most innovative trampoline arenas, in a new facility on the Slough Trading Estate.
Gojumpin Limited has exchanged contracts for a 31,751 sq ft trampoline and fitness centre, Jump In, at 550 Dundee Road, Slough, on a 15-year lease, which is due to open on 10 September 2015.
The new Jump In indoor arena will include a variety of activities such as 3D Dodgeball, Kid Zone, Foam Pits, tumble tracks and a huge main court where both adults and toddlers can jump freely between interconnected trampolines and bounce off the walls. This facility will provide a first class amenity for Slough and the surrounding areas and adds to the range of fitness options on the Slough Trading Estate for its 17,000 employees which currently includes two gyms, two martial arts centres and a cross fit centre.
Jump In will feature four large private rooms and in-park areas for, corporate events and sports teams. There will also be a large café offering local gourmet ice cream and other treats to refresh jumpers and onlookers.
Paul Lewis, SEGRO's Regional Director Thames Valley, said:
"The new Jump In Trampoline Arena reinforces the diversity of customers we are now attracting to the Slough Trading Estate and the evolving landscape of the estate. Gojumpin is committed to providing excellent facilities for the local community and will cater not just to adrenaline junkies, but also to families and anyone who is just looking to have a fun and different experience.
"We are delighted they have chosen our estate for the location of their new arena and the unique opportunity it provides to enjoy a healthy way of releasing energy."
Gavin Lucas, CEO and Founder of Gojumpin Ltd said:
"Jump In Trampoline Arena offers high energy entertainment at affordable prices for individuals, families and groups. We have focused on providing a safe, clean, family friendly environment in a great location and we will also bring over 50 part-time, as well as several full time jobs to the local area."