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Review: Jump-Inc Leeds

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When you get the chance to check out a new urban playground in the heart of the city you say yes, right? I knew this would earn me ultimate cool points with my kids so at the weekend we took our children plus two of their friends to this new 48,000 square foot warehouse filled in Leeds, near Elland Road, which has ‘cool’ written all over it!

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Jump-Inc is the second of three branded urban playgrounds to open in the UK. The first park is in Rotherham, then the Leeds venue opened in the summer, and next to open is a Meadowhall, Sheffield branch which launches in the next few weeks. The Leeds trampoline park which I visited is the largest trampoline park in the north of England, and we all marvelled at the size of the place and what was on offer.

From high jumping platforms to foam pits, dodgeball courts to high wire areas, there is adventure in every direction. You can just bounce (which I did) or throw yourself off a platform (which my kids did!) so you can choose your own level of fun! The team at Jump-Inc are happy to bounce with you if you need, and we saw one guy doing backflips there, I guess when you work somewhere like this, you soon learn how to flip! Here is my son and his friend jumping off a high platform. They were fearless!

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When you arrive at the park, you are able to buy special gripper socks if you don’t have them, then you go into a special waiting area where you watch a safety video whilst you await the start of your session. Sessions are one hour long and after the video had been watched and a member of staff marked our wrist bands to confirm we’d seen the video, we were let loose on the park! You run up a ramp straight into the action and the whole park has a capacity of 200 people at any time, but as it is so big, this doesn’t feel crowded when you are bouncing.

Within the park there are areas that state you must be a certain height to use the attraction that is next to the sign, so they are conscious of the safety of their guests and there are plenty of staff around to ask if you need help.

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Jump-Inc runs different kinds of sessions, from fitness bounces to an event they call ‘Lockdown’. This is like a nightclub for teens where they play the dance music, crank up the disco lights and have a party atmosphere alongside street dance crews who are busting their moves and creating the feel of a nightclub. My daughter would love to go to a Lockdown so we are keeping an eye on their website for the next one but it is basically like a nightclub without the alcohol! Here she is doing flips to the music!

After the hour’s jumping time we all went off for lunch.
The food at Jump-Inc

You can order your food downstairs then tables and chairs are upstairs on the viewing platform. The kind of food available ranges from wraps and jacket spuds to pizzas and hot dogs. My husband and I went for a tuna wrap (me) and a pizza (him)! The kids had hot dogs and slushies. Prices range from £4.95 for a salad, £2.50 for a classic hot dog and £6.25 for a pizza. You can also get sides of sweet potato fries (£2.95 and delicious!) and onion rings (£3.50).

Prices to bounce are the same for all ages at Leeds and Sheffield (£9.50 per person) but they also run toddler mornings which are £3.50 per child and the parent/guardian bounces with them free. Rotherham’s prices for a general bounce are slightly cheaper by £1, due to it being a smaller park, and they also run the toddler mornings there for £3.50.

We had such a great day at Jump-Inc and will definitely be back!

Competition time: Win a child’s birthday party at Jump-Inc! **NOTE: This competition is now closed**

Jump-Inc have a party package that you can read about at their website and one lucky reader of the JuggleMum blog can win a birthday party for their child at either the Rotherham, Leeds or Sheffield location.
Here’s how to enter: Jump-Inc’s newest site is Sheffield. What does the new Sheffield arena site have that the other parks do not? Here’s a clue – you can find this information on their Facebook page or their Twitter feed! To enter just leave a comment on this blog post with the answer and your email address so the winner can be contacted by email.

Terms & conditions:

  • This prize draw is free to enter and no purchase is necessary.
  • There is one prize of a child’s birthday party at Jump-Inc
  • To enter the competition simply leave a comment below this blog post with your answer along with your email address
  • The prize draw is open to residents of the United Kingdom (England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland including the Channel Islands and the Isle of Man)
  • Participants must be 18 years or over.
  • Competition closing date is Midnight, Monday 2nd January 2017 and winner will be notified on Tuesday 3rd January 2017 by email
  • The winner will be chosen at random from all the entries received by the closing date and contacted by email.
  • The winner must reply to the email to claim their prize within 2 days of the competition closing date or another winner will be chosen
  • The birthday party can be booked at any of the sites, depending on availability, during off peak times only, (Mon-Fri, term time only)
  • The party is for 10 children. If the birthday boy/girl is age 5 or under, adults will need to jump with them too (ratio of 1 adult to 2 children)
  • It will be the regular party package of jump for 1 hour and 45 mins in room after for food and drink (for the children only)
  • The winner will need to contact Jump-Inc to make their party booking and a phone number will be supplied to the winner by email. The party should be booked by 31st December 2017
  • The Promoter is not responsible for prizes that are unclaimed
  • The Promoter may vary or amend the promotion at its absolute discretion
  • The Promoter accepts no responsibility for any technical issues resulting in entries to the draw not being submitted.
  • The Promoter is JuggleMum.  Contact by email
  • By leaving a comment, entrants confirm they have read, understood and agree to be bound by these terms and conditions.
  • There is no cash alternative to the prize
  • Learn more about Jump-Inc at their website www.jump-inc.uk and on Twitter. The Leeds brand that we visited here.
    The address for the Leeds branch is:
    Jump-Inc
    1 Benyon Park Way
    Leeds
    LS12 6DP
    Opening hours: 10am to 9pm – check the website for details.

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    Comments to Review: Jump-Inc Leeds

    • This looks amazing. We have a trampoline park locally but we have still not been – must change that

      Kara 2nd December 2016 7:05 am Reply
      • It really was amazing, and I bet your kids would love the local trampoline park. It’s a must-do!

        Nadine Hill 2nd December 2016 1:18 pm Reply
    • My boys love going to the trampoline park. it is such great fun and that looks amazing.

      Jen Walshaw 3rd December 2016 12:05 pm Reply
      • I really wish this sort of thing had been around when I was a kid – I would have been there every weekend!

        Nadine Hill 4th December 2016 9:52 am Reply
    • Looks like they had a great time and that food doesn’t look half bad either x

      Sonia 5th December 2016 10:44 am Reply
      • The food was amazing!! I went healthy with the tuna wrap then went a bit naughty with the sweet potato fries! The sweet potato itself was fried rather than baked making it a bit naughty but it tasted so good!

        Nadine Hill 6th December 2016 11:10 am Reply
    • Can’t wait for Sheffield to open! The answer to the comp is a ‘running walk cube’ thanks

      Caley 5th December 2016 4:26 pm Reply
    • Oh that looks amazing! These are very popular now aren’t they but we haven’t visited one yet! DEfinitely going to book a trip soon x

      Carolynne @ Mummy Endeavours 7th December 2016 12:19 am Reply
    • I need to take my boys to one of these next year they look amazing with lots of fun to be had 🙂 x

      Karen Langridge 12th December 2016 8:43 am Reply
    • The Sheffield site has a wall running cube (sounds fun!)

      Sarah Ainslie 12th December 2016 11:46 am Reply
    • The wall running cube at Sheffield looks great<my son would love it!

      Susan Milestone 12th December 2016 10:22 pm Reply
    • Sheffield has a wall running cube which the others don’t have. My son has been to a few parties at the Leeds venue now and it is definetly the best one local to us in our opinion. Here’s to lots more ‘jumping’ in 2017!

      Zoe Dyson 19th December 2016 10:54 am Reply
    • Looks so much fun and the food looks fab too x

      Honestmum 20th December 2016 9:32 am Reply
      • It was really a lot of fun Vicki – thanks for commenting! x

        Nadine Hill 20th December 2016 9:33 am Reply
    • The sheffield site has the wall running cube! This looks so much fun!

      Jen Dawson 2nd January 2017 3:37 pm Reply
    • Heard so much about this beauty
      Would have my nephews jead over heels and jumping for joy
      Hope to visit soon

      Margaret Gallagher 2nd January 2017 9:04 pm Reply

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