Arcade operator to diversify with £2m trampoline park

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A Morecambe amusement arcade operator is diversifying with the construction of a £2m indoor trampoline park.

The operating company JET, which owns Pleasureland amusement arcade, began work on the Jump Rush park on 16 January, which will feature a huge trampoline area, padded walls, foam pits, a soft play area and a modern cafe.

 

“We will be promoting the trampoline park throughout the North West as well as the local area and are aiming for this to be a major new attraction to draw visitors to Morecambe.”

 

JET’s director Solomon Reader said he was ‘thrilled’ that building work was under way and it followed ‘months of collaboration’ with Lancaster City Council and the company’s partners. He commented: “We will be promoting the trampoline park throughout the North West as well as the local area and are aiming for this to be a major new attraction to draw visitors to Morecambe.”

Reader added that the new centre would be capable of housing 100 people in each trampolining session.

Development on the trampoline park is expected to complete in summer 2017 after planning permission was granted in August last year.


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