The only way is up in multi million pound sea side town re-development

A £2.5m development is set to open next week, featuring a trampoline park and cafe.

by Gary West

A £2.5m development is set to open next week, featuring a trampoline park and café.

The new development – which will be situated behind the Winter Gardens on the main promenade in Morecambe – will have more than 100 trampolines.

This new attraction will also cater for other activities, including dodgeball, airbags and reaction walls.

It is anticipated that the park will boost the local economy and surrounding businesses. It will also be a venue for parties and corporate days for local companies within Lancashire and beyond.

The park design ensures a 360 degree visibility of all jumping zones for supervising parents, baby changing facilities, and a comprehensive menu in the cafe.

The owner of Jump Rush, Solomon Reader, said: “We are beyond proud to be bringing this exciting family attraction to Morecambe. All around us we are seeing regeneration and investment in this beautiful seaside resort and it is great to be able to contribute.

The creation of more than 40 jobs and the addition of a new tourist destination is great news for the town and we are looking forward to welcoming visitors to the park.”

Mr Reader’s brother and co-owner, Gavin, added: “Our focus is on a fun, safe and social experience for all of our visitors. All of the Jump Rush team have been part of a comprehensive and industry best practice training programme, including specific trampoline monitoring training, customer service training and systems training.

“We are raring to go and can’t wait to see people enjoying themselves at Jump Rush.”

The park is due to open on July 24.