Wilmslow activity centre creates 60 jobs through £1m investment
Will cater for all the family from toddlers to teens
An indoor activity park set to open in Wilmslow on October 22 will create 60 jobs as part of a £1m investment by London-based trampoline park operator, Oxygen Freejumping
Oxygen Wilmslow will cater for all the family from toddlers to teens when it opens a week this Saturday. It will offer guests the opportunity for exercise, learning new skills, and burning off energy.
There are trampolines, a three-storey soft play area, climbing walls, an interactive games area, and giant airbag with dedicated camera which will beam out footage of the flips, tricks and dives, jumpers make during their sessions.
The group currently has sites in Acton, Croydon and the O2, in London, as well as Rayleigh and Derby.
Andy Deakin, Oxygen Wilmslow park manager, said: “We are building on the success of The Jump Capital, the original activity park, to bring a new and improved park to the area.
“We want to build a family-friendly centre that offers plenty to get the blood pumping in safe and thrilling ways. We also wanted the park to appeal to an older audience, too – the park is a place for everyone to have fun whilst keeping active.”
He added: “Our ambitions for the park have been matched by our investment, and although trampolines might be a key attraction, our team are the real stars.
“Every day we will deliver moments that matter for each jumper.”
Oxygen Wilmslow also offers a number of packages delivered by its Oxygen Bouncers and Party Hosts teams. There will include ‘Peaceful Play’ autism-friendly sessions for those that require sensory toning as well as a range of fitness classes, dodgeball, a monthly neon night disco and Oxygen’s regular club night.