This special session enables people on the autisitic spectrum to enjoy our park and the benefits of jumping in a controlled, safe enviroment

i-Jump adaptive sessions include;

  • Full access to the Park
  • Reduced capacity for the hour
  • Music turned down to a minimum and full lights on (no flashing lights)
  • Everyone attending must watch our safety briefing video and be able to follow some simple instructions, for example: no running, one person per trampoline at all times etc.
  • If you have any additional requirements, please speak to our team who will be happy to help you.

Please discuss participation in these sessions with a qualified medical practitioner prior to booking.

Join our Adaptive, autism friendly session.
£7 per guest with 1 carer jumping for free (please bring proof with you)

(FREE socks for both jumpers too!)

Full Access to the trampoline park includes:

  •  over 55 interconnected trampolines
  • swing on our monkey bars 
  • unleash your inner gladiator on our Battle Beam 
  • climb our cargo nets suspended over 1 of our enormous foam pits
  • show off your mad skills on our elevated launch pad or our performance trampoline 
  • hang out on our climbing wall 

Join us every Tuesday in term time between 6 – 7pm.

This special session enables people on the autistic spectrum to enjoy our Park and the benefits of jumping in a controlled, safe environment.

  • 5 star review  Wicked time and foods not bad at all. Kids loved it and kids eat for just £1. Absolutely fantastic will definitely be going again soon.

    thumb Jason Newman
  • 4 star review  Lots of activities, great deals, nice food but the rules are annoying. Good for all ages and a great way to get hours kids exercising. Im 20 and i loved jumping around.

    thumb Carra chaders
  • 5 star review  Excellent place to bring the kids. Food is great but be prepared for a wait - if you want to eat there it would be a good idea to enquire what the waiting time for food is when you go in and plan accordingly.

    thumb Richard Lowe