Posted Thursday 6th February 2020
Storm Dennis is here, and so is Half Term! We have lots to keep the kids entertained, out of the rain and some suggestions on the best ways (in our opinion) to Half Term. For starters FUN has to be on the agenda, whether you are lazing around, going out as a family or meeting friends.
We have hundreds of trampolines, interactive games, a giant Air bag, foam pits and lots more in our parks. Freejumping is our most popular session where you have an hour to enjoy all our park has to offer, you can even add on a second hour at a reduced price! On top of that there’s free wifi, a comfy cafe and arcade machines so even after your jump has finished you can continue the fun.
Our Derby and Southampton branches have just had new inflatables installed! You’ll be one of the first to try them out this Half Term and it’s all included in your Freejumping ticket price.
Going out as a family is a great way to spend half term. There’s so much you can do with as much or as little budget as you have, here’s some ideas:
Family time is one of the best ways to create a strong family bond. Did you know kids who spend time with their parents doing activities together build a more positive sense of self-worth?
As you know, the parks are currently closed due to the Coronavirus epidemic. We’re working hard to keep spreading positivity throughout this period and provide you with activities to do during isolation including activity sheets, home hacks and more to keep the kids entertained over on our blog.
This time has truly highlighted our constant appreciation for everyone that works at the NHS and the incredible work they do day in day out, and in a time of national crisis like this, they continue to put their lives on the line. Once this period is over we want to give back to those who have worked so tirelessly throughout, starting with a free family day out for NHS workers. See more here.
Please be assured that we are pro-actively contacting all upcoming bookings to either rearrange their jump or confirm a refund. We have updated our FAQ’s if you need some further information and someone will be available on our online chat throughout the closure period.
We’re now working hard on preparing our parks for re-opening and implementing new processes to keep you safe. We do not yet know when we will re-open, but we will continue to monitor the guidance and update you in due course. Thank you for your support during this difficult time and we look forward to getting back to freejumping.