Camberley, Surrey – 24th March 2014 – Expected to attract urban sports enthusiasts, kids and adults from across the South-East of England, fitting is now underway for England’s first indoor trampoline park, Gravity Force. Opening near Watchmoor Park in Camberley in mid May, the 27,000 square foot warehouse filled with wall-to-wall trampoline courts features foam pits and angled trampolines that literally allow you to bounce off the walls.
Trampoline parks are already a roaring success overseas. There are over 170 parks in America and the concept has now spread to Australia, Amsterdam, Ireland, Mexico and Singapore to name but a few.
Gravity Force answers the call for the fun fitness options that many people are seeking today. Whether you are experienced fun-lovers, professional athletes, or just families and colleagues looking for a fun way to burn off some steam, the park has an activity for everyone.
Sarah Sims, Founder and Owner at Gravity Force explains, “There is a considerable lack of fun ways for kids and adults to get fit together. Our unique trampoline sports arena offers the ultimate playground for people of all ages and abilities looking for a thrill. That said we expect to attract the urban sport youth market. Anyone already into skating, parkour, snowboarding, free running, scooters, BMX, mountain biking and indoor climbing will no doubt enjoy the park.”
Amanda Parker, 2013 women’s synchro trampolining World Games and World Championship gold medalist will attend the launch. Also a PE teacher at Collingwood College, in Camberley, she explains, “I am so excited that this facility is coming to the region. Whilst it is great that some children are already getting much-needed exercise jumping up and down on trampolines in the back garden, it is nowhere near as much fun as a trampoline park. No doubt at Gravity Force, people will be having fun without even realising the positive effect on their fitness and wellbeing. The Park, also provides brilliant new access for people to engage with it more as a professional sport.”
Once open, Gravity Force will be running dodge ball leagues, fitness classes, birthday packages, family days, toddler time for pre-school children, fundraising events, foam pits for stunts, teen party nights, corporate team events for colleagues who want to participate in team sports with a twist and team building events.
Recruitment for ‘Team Gravity Force’ is already underway. The operations manager, Gareth Sewrey was appointed last week, and other posts are expected to be filled in early April.
Located on Admiralty Way in Camberley, Gravity Force expects to open to the public on 20th May. Urban sports enthusiasts can keep an eye out online and on Facebook over the coming weeks for some exclusive competitions and ‘golden ticket’ opportunities.