WHEN it comes to a fundraising opportunity, staff at a trampoline park in Warwick are always keen to jump into action – but this time they need your help!
Visitors to Jump In, in Hermes Close, will need to have a real spring in their step when they link up with fundraisers at the company’s nine trampoline parks across the country to take part in a sponsored national 24-hour Jumpathon relay.
Jumpers of all ages are invited to join in the jump session in aid of Sports Relief, between 9am-12pm on Saturday, March 14th.
The full relay will kick off at 9am on Friday, 13th March at Jump In Elstree and continue through the sites at Enfield, Tonbridge, Camberley, Slough, then, on Saturday, 14th, at Warwick, Edinburgh, Shrewsbury and concluding at Aberdeen at 6-8pm.
Fun-filled attractions on the day will include face painting and a host of other surprises.
Schools and groups are being particularly encouraged to get behind the fundraising initiative.
Sammy Burgess, Regional Manager for Jump In Tonbridge, said: “Is your school all ready for Sport Relief? If not we have a great offer for you. With Sport Relief only two weeks away we wanted to help get as many children active as we can. We know here at Jump In an active mind is a learning mind. That’s why we have a very special slots, from Monday 9th March to Thursday 12th March between 1.30pm-3.30pm, that we are giving to schools for only £3 per pupil across all of our sites.
“Join us for an hour of school challenges, from a dodgeball tournament, to a superhero battle beam, and much more.”
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org to register an interest. Further details are available at: https://www.gojumpin.com/news/sport-relief-jumaptahon-2020
Each site will also be hosting a group sleepover event on both nights with some proceeds going straight to Sport Relief.
Sport Relief is a biennial charity event from Comic Relief, in association with BBC Sport, which brings together the worlds of sport and entertainment to raise money to help vulnerable people in both the UK and the world’s poorest countries.
Further information is available at: www.sportrelief.com