Welcome To Jump Space

Dear Member  

Jump Space will be closed for one week between Monday 22nd and Sunday 28th August to enable us to carry out annual maintenance work. We are sorry for the disruption to our services. We will reopen on Tuesday 30th August (after the bank holiday) 

Who Are Jump Space?

Jump Space was established in 2008 by Marie Fisher and Lynsey Mcintosh, both having an extensive background in coaching Trampolining. Initially operating in local leisure centres and schools demand the activities offered grew to the point where in 2010 the Jump Space Centre was opened at its current site.

Jump Space is a specialist centre offering Rebound Therapy, Trampolining and Sensory play. Our primary client group is people with disability and their families (we encourage siblings to take part as well). We do however welcome everyone with all of our classes being open to people with or without a disability. We provide a safe, fun, understanding and non-judgmental environment for disabled children and young people, many of whom, due to their impairments, are unable to access other forms of sport and activity. The centre is fully accessible with hoist equipment available for the trampolines, ball pool, a sensory area and accessible toilet facility.

Providing Great Service Since 2010

We are the North Wests only dedicated Rebound therapy centre. We link sensory play to Rebound activity to promote physical and social development and wellbeing

30 Years of Experience

Our mission is to change the lives of disabled and disadvantaged members of the community by encouraging them to be physically active so they can improve their physical and mental health and wellbeing

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Jump Space: New Measures

We've made a little video to introduce the measures we've put in place to help keep everyone safe. Entrance is now via the glass doors. Here you will be asked to complete a temperature check as you sign in.Staff will be wearing visors, accompanying adults asked to wear a mask unless medically unable to do so. Participants do not need to wear masks.Shoes, coats etc are now to be placed in a box. Each box has a number so you know which one is yours!The trampoline layout is different to enable distancing.After the session you will collect your box and exit the building following the red arrows.Upstairs is solely for staff use.Hope you enjoy the video!Jump Space x

Posted by Jump Space on Wednesday, 29 July 2020