Velocity Trampoline Park Wigan, located in Caxton Close, will be the first site in the local area to offer the innovative Clip ‘n’ Climb facilities, which allow guests to enjoy a novel action-packed climbing experience.
Following an impressive £1.5million investment, the new venue is twice the scale of the original Widnes-based site and is one of the largest of its kind in Europe.
Managing Director of Velocity Leisure Steven Cosgrove said: “We are thrilled that the Velocity Trampoline Park concept has been so well received and that increased demand has led us to open a second park in Wigan. We knew that the new venue had to offer something completely different, which is when we decided to introduce Clip ‘n’ Climb.
“The exciting addition will allow our guests to reach new heights and experience action packed climbing activity in a number of settings, all the while knowing that they’re completely safe. Clip ‘n’ Climb offers a wide range of activities at a number of different levels so there’s certainly something for everybody to enjoy.”
The venue will become Velocity Leisure’s fourth site in total, adding to its ever-expanding portfolio of ventures within the leisure industry including Velocity Trampoline Park in Widnes, Funtown in Speke and Spaceworld in Prescot. The new site will mirror the branding and ethos of the original Velocity Trampoline Park and will continue to accommodate all visitors from walking age.
Steven added: “Aside from innovative concepts such as Clip ‘n’ Climb, the new site will see the introduction of unique, high-end equipment such as a foam-pit airbag and even gaming areas including Gladiators-style jousting, which will allow our guests to go head-to-head in the arena.
“We hope that the new venue will continue to attract and inspire guests of all ages to have fun, all the while keeping active and healthy.”
Velocity Trampoline Park Wigan will open its doors to the public on June 29.
For more information visit www.velocitygb.com and for bookings call 0151 424 8613.
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