Staff at Newcastle Trampoline Park and Gym, managed by GLL the UK’s largest leisure social enterprise, have been listening to suggestions and working in partnership with local organisations to add even more variety to their trampoline programme this spring.  

Better Extreme Trampoline Park which is located on West Road, Newcastle, opened in autumn 2016 and has proved to be a popular new edition to the city for all ages.  As part of its goal to be inclusive to the whole community, staff have been meeting with SPARCS Autism Support Group and as a result exclusive sessions for children and adults with autism will start on Thursday 2nd March from 4:00pm-5:00pm.  

Additional sessions also starting at the park include a dodgeball league which already has eight teams signed up and adult only sessions on Friday evenings from 8:00pm-9:00pm, which will start from 17th March. With no children and weekly themed music blasting, it will be a great fun way to get your weekend off to a flying start!

Geordie Cornish, Service Manager at Newcastle Trampoline Park and Gym said “the park has proved to be really popular with general sessions attracting families and people of all ages along with special bookings for schools and groups; our Extreme Air fitness classes have also been a fun way for people to get a workout!

We’re now looking to add even more to the programme with parent and toddler sessions already a huge success and lots of interest in the new sessions we’re planning to launch.”

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