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Trampoline park will spring open in Harold Hill in June

PUBLISHED: 12:27 19 May 2016

Plans for an indoor trampoline park to open in an empty wharehouse in Harold Hill have been agreed by the regulatory service committee last night /Credit:SamuelSchultzbergBagge

Plans for an indoor trampoline park to open in an empty wharehouse in Harold Hill have been agreed by the regulatory service committee last night /Credit:SamuelSchultzbergBagge

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An indoor trampoline park is due to open in a 2,100 metre square empty warehouse on June 1.

Jump Evolution Ltd, a company registered at an address in Chigwell, received planning permission to transform a former industrial building into a huge playing space and a cafeteria on Spilsby Road, Harold Hill, earlier this year.

A spokeswoman from Jump Evolution said: “Just in the final stages of fitting out and finishing off. We can’t wait!”

The trampoline park is due to create between 40 and 45 jobs, including administrative and catering staff and trampoline coaches.

It will be open every day of the week until 10pm.

Watch out for our feature about the new park in next week’s paper and on the Recorder online.


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