New £1.5m trampoline park moves into former Leeds nightclub

The new Oxygen Freejumping site is set to open in Leeds in the summer.
The new Oxygen Freejumping site is set to open in Leeds in the summer.
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A NEW £1.5m trampoline park is set to make visitors jump for joy when it opens at a former nightclub in Leeds.

The new Oxygen Freejumping site will open at the old Control night club site at Cardigan Fields on Kirkstall Road.



It is expected to launch in the summer, creating 60 jobs.

The 23,000sq ft site will include 150 interconnected trampolines, dodgeball courts, air bags and an obstacle course.

Freerunning courses will also be available, designed by parkour pioneer and James Bond villain Sebastien Foucan.

David Stalker, chief executive, said: “We are delighted to be coming to Leeds. Our designs are done, plans are in place, and building starts soon so the countdown is on.”

The new trampoline park follows in the footsteps of JumpArena.

The £800,000 trampoline park opened on Redcote Lane in Kirkstall at the end of last year.

The 20,000sq ft indoor arena has more than 80 inter-connected trampolines on the floor and walls and games such as dodgeball, a foam pit, basketball, an obstacle course and a separate parkour area.

Edward Ziff, Chairman and CEO Town Centre Securities, in his Office overlooking Leeds.   18 March 2013.
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