Flux Freestyle trampoline centre to open at Cardinal Park, Ipswich in July
Following the announcement that Bounce Trampoline Park is taking over the B&Q store at Whitehouse later this year, the opening date of a second park has been confirmed.
Flux Freestyle will open its new trampoline centre in the former Gym & Trim site in Ipswich’s Cardinal Park in July, creating 50 new jobs.
It follows the news last week that Bounce Trampoline Centres is coming to the town by the end of 2016.
A spokeswoman for Flux Freestyle said: “We understand that we might have some healthy competition in Ipswich, and we are happy to see that there is such a huge interest and enthusiasm around the sport.
“We are pleased to be in such a family friendly location at Cardinal Park, and to be working with our neighbours to create the perfect family day out.
“We’ve been building great relationships with local businesses and schools, and have had the opportunity to get involved with some fantastic charities.”
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The new centre at Cardinal Park will include wall-to-wall trampolines, airbags and dodgeball zones.
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