LIVINGSTON, Scotland, August 18, 2016 /PRNewswire/ --
JumpStations Trampoline Park was delighted to host its official launch on Monday 8 August. Guest were treated to various performances throughout the day including those from Britain's Got Talent - 'Spartans Resurrection', Elite Pro Dance, Astro Gymnastics, some members from Edinburgh University Trampoline Club and the fantastic local freerunners Arran Halcrow and Michael Dick.
Local SNP Councillor, Carl John, who assisted with some early planning issues, cut the ribbon to mark this spectacular grand opening event.
JumpStations is proud to have created over 50 new jobs, both part-time and full-time, within the local community. As well as offering general jump sessions JumpStations Trampoline Park, Livingston, will offer fitness classes, tots and junior mornings (for under 5's) and disco nights. The disco nights will be a great alternative entertainment venue for teenagers and adults alike!
Directors, husband and wife, Adam and Eileen Bowden (originally from Ayrshire) are delighted with the amount of positive feedback and encouragement they have already received from the local community.
Speaking ahead of the launch Eileen commented: "When travelling around New Zealand, we came across the new phenomena of indoor trampolining and we knew at that stage that we had found our passion for trampolining - it's just such a fantastic form of fitness and fun for all ages and abilities.
So we decided to expand our existing leisure industry portfolio beyond soft play centres to include trampolining. After extensive research and planning we eventually found the perfect venue here in Livingston and we couldn't be more delighted to share our new complex and all its offerings with the local community.
We would like to take this opportunity to thank everyone who has made this venture possible. We hope you enjoy it as much as we do!"
Trampolining is suitable for all ages and is a great way to keep fit and active. JumpStations Trampoline Park, Livingston is located at 3 Kingsthorne Park in the Houston Industrial Estate, formally the Schuh Warehouse.