Spring into action and help trampoline park spread some Christmas cheer

Spring into action and help trampoline park spread some Christmas cheer

TRAMPOLINE park visitors in Warwick are being invited to spring into action and help spread extra Christmas cheer by supporting a new charity toys appeal.

Jump In Trampoline Park is collecting gifts for Molly Olly’s Wishes who will in turn distribute them to children in hospitals across the area.

Molly Olly's Wishes, Jump In, Christmas
Rachel Ollerenshaw and manager Sam Dunn

Between now and Christmas Eve the popular family attraction will accept new toys for children and young people aged up to 18 when handed in over the counter.

Plus there’s the chance to take part in the Name our Reindeer Competition. The winner, which will be announced on Boxing Day, will get to take home the ride-on toy.

Molly Olly’s Wishes was established in 2011 following the death of Rachel and Tim Ollerenshaw’s eight-year-old daughter Molly from a rare kidney cancer.

It works to support children with terminal or life-limiting illnesses and their families and help with their emotional wellbeing as well as grant wishes and donate therapeutic toys and books to both children directly and to hospitals throughout the UK.

The charity’s mascot is a therapeutic toy lion called Olly The Brave who has his own Hickman line and a detachable mane which helps to explain and normalise the effects of chemotherapy. These form part of an Olly The Brave pack that has now been handed out to more than 40 hospitals, along with a book from the charity’s exclusive Olly The Brave series.

Part of more than £2m raised to date, has also been used to fund the first Molly Olly consultant in paediatric medicine at Birmingham Children’s Hospital.

Molly Olly's Wishes, Molly Ollerenshaw
Molly Ollerenshaw just a few weeks before she passed away, aged eight.

Rachel Ollerenshaw said: “We are extremely grateful to Jump In once again for their support. Donating toys is a great idea and will undoubtedly bring a smile to children and their families who are facing very challenging circumstances at what should be a fun, carefree time. These gestures whether big or small can help to make those dark days brighter. Thank you to everyone involved.”

Manager at Jump In Warwick Sam Dunn, said: “Christmas is a time for giving and here at Jump In we want to embrace that. As a family venue, we are delighted and proud to be partnering with this wonderful charity that works so tirelessly to help children and their families through such a difficult time.

“Please donate a small gift next time you visit us in the knowledge that it is bringing some joy to those most in need of it, especially at this time of year.”

There is plenty of fun to be had at Jump In’s new Christmas Parties, designed especially for groups of families and friends of all ages to enjoy.

Molly Olly’s Wishes also needs the support of companies and individuals to enable it to help more children. Please contact Rachel on 07747 854914. Further information or how to donate can be found at: www.mollyolly.co.uk

Available seven days a week, partygoers can choose from two unique packages Blitzen and Dasher, both of which have all the yuletide entertainment and refreshments laid on. To book call 01926 356290, contact hello@gojumpin.com or book online at www.gojumpin.com/locations/trampoline-park-warwick. Choose Christmas Party from the drop down menu.

The hottest ticket in town!

The hottest ticket in town!

SCHOOL is nearly out but fear not, for there’s a whole summer of fun lined up to help celebrate at Jump In Trampoline Park Warwick.

Jump In Trampoline Park, Summer Pass

With the long stretch of school holidays ahead, Jump In’s Summer Pass can help them keep a spring in their step without elevating the budget.

Plus there’s extra fun and games lined up in Warwick, including indoor welly wanging, giant Jenga, Connect 4 and volleyball, all with the sounds of summer playing in the background. There may even be the chance to slap on some bling with a glitter tattoo – or two!

And there’s no better time to enjoy trampolining thanks to the Jump In Summer Pass.

Jump In Trampoline Park, Warwick, Summer Pass

With the Summer Pass in your back pocket it’s the perfect way to keep you and your family entertained – and active – over the school holidays.

The passes represent great value at just £35 for 5 jumps and £60 for 10 jumps and can be purchased now, for use until August 31st 2019. They can also be used for friends and family to enjoy Jump In together.

Jump In Warwick, Summer Pass

When you purchase online you will be sent a unique code to use when booking online via our website or Contact Centre on 01926 356290.
Visit: www.gojumpin.com and select Open Jump.
For full terms and conditions visit: http://www.gojumpin.com/news/summer-trampoline-passes-at-jump-in

Jumpers will have no trouble cooling down after trampolining with the Summer Fest special offer – when you buy three Slush drinks, there’s a fourth one waiting you for you free at Jump In Warwick! (Valid throughout July and August).

As well as Open Jumping, the park offers sessions catering for all age groups, including After-School Club; Toddler Time; Jump and Play (exclusively for under fives); Friday Night Takeover; Relaxed Sessions (with SEN activities and Rebound Therapy) and Fitness Classes (for all ages).

Jump In Warwick, Summer Pass

Besides trampolines, the Jump In fun in Warwick includes a giant airbag, dodgeball, battle beam, basketball, plus a soft play area for the under fives. And there’s a special Soft Play and Mini Trampoline Jump offer for under fives as well – in the secure environment of the gated soft play area with lots of space to run free.

On-site facilities include baby change, disabled access and free parking as well as a wide range of tasty refreshments in the Tuck In Café – where most supervising parents like to reside!

What better incentive to get them active and off their screens and onto our trampolines?

Jump In Warwick, Summer Pass

Jumping is a low-impact activity that improves core strength (including stronger bones, better posture and increased leg strength); cardiovascular fitness and cognitive development in children (including coordination, mental strengthening, enjoyment and self-esteem).

Regular trampoline exercise has also been proven to increase metabolic rate, helping the body process nutrients more efficiently and reducing the risk of osteoporosis by increasing the density of our bones.

Visit Jump In at: https://www.gojumpin.com/locations/warwick for more information about what they offer.

Help Jump In Park’s springboard to success

Help Jump In Park’s springboard to success

JUMP IN Trampoline Park in Warwick has been named a finalist in the seventh annual Muddy Stilettos local business awards.

Jump In Trampoline Park, Warwick

The arena, which has just marked its third anniversary in the town, is among five businesses to top the public vote in Warwickshire’s Best Family Attraction category.

It goes up against: Mary Arden’s Farm in Wilmcote, The British Motor Museum in Gaydon, Magic Alley in Stratford-upon-Avon and Coventry Transport Museum.

Thousands of people cast their vote across 24 categories, including Best Café, Children’s Business, Florist and Art Gallery and voting is now reset for the finalists for the next seven days.

The business with the most votes in each category after 12pm on Wednesday May 22nd will be crowned the winner.

To vote just visit: here

Rob Borg, Regional Director of Jump In Warwick, said: “We are extremely proud to be nominated for this award of Best Family Attraction. Our trampoline park has served local families in Warwickshire for the last three years with excellent customer experiences and our whole team would be very proud to win this category. We would be very grateful if you can please take the time to visit the Muddy Stilettos website and vote for us.”

The winners will be announced on the site on Thursday, May 23rd once the voting has been verified and will be invited to a Winners’ Drinks party on Tuesday, June 4th 5-7pm at The Elizabethan Barn, Stratford Park Hotel, Ingon Lane, Stratford-upon-Avon.

As well as Open Jump sessions, Jump In trampoline park, in Hermes Close, Tachbrook Park, Leamington, offers After School Club; Toddler Time; Friday Night Takeover for teenagers; Relaxed Sessions (with SEN activities and Rebound Therapy); Fitness Classes and three birthday party packages including Glow Room and the country’s first Dome Party.

Visit Jump In at: https://www.gojumpin.com/locations/warwick for more information.

Muddy Stilettos is the UK’s leading lifestyle website targeting women outside London, with 225,000 subscribers and a social following of more than 140,000 across 21 counties. Launched in 2012 by Independent on Sunday and Red journalist Hero Brown who wanted to find the most interesting things happening near where she lived in Buckinghamshire & Oxfordshire, the site has since expanded into a further 19 counties – Bedfordshire, Berkshire, Cambridgeshire, Cornwall, Devon, Gloucestershire, Hampshire, Hertfordshire, Isle of Wight, Kent, Leicestershire, Northamptonshire, Norfolk, Rutland, Somerset, Surrey, Sussex, Warwickshire & Wiltshire. A further 10 counties are due to launch in 2020.









Trampoline park staff offering plenty of Comic Relief!

Trampoline park staff offering plenty of Comic Relief!

WHEN it comes to a fundraising opportunity, staff at a trampoline park in Warwick are always keen to jump into action.

Jump In trampoline park

The team at Jump In, in Hermes Close, will need to have a real spring in their step when they don their pyjamas to take part in a national 24-hour Jumpathon relay with the company’s seven other UK sites.

And they’re inviting more jumpers to join them for their three-hour session in aid of Comic Relief, between 3-6pm on Saturday, March 16th.

Other fun-filled attractions on the day will include face painting, a cake sale and raffle with a hamper full of Jump In goodies up for grabs.

There will be the chance to donate on the day or, those, who can’t be there but would still like to show their support, can visit: www.justgiving.com/campaign/go-jump-in

Comic Relief 2019

Rob Borg, Regional Manager for Jump In, said: “We are delighted to be involved in Red Nose Day, raising money for so many special causes.

“We would love to see as many people as possible down here on the day showing their support to our staff who will be jumping for three hours non-stop.


Comic Relief’s Red Nose Day, on Friday, March 15th, has invested over £1 billion since 1985, supporting vulnerable people and communities in the UK and overseas.