Friday August 26 2016

Mayor of Sandwell opens new £1m Flip Out trampoline park in Oldbury

Mayor of Sandwell opens new £1m Flip Out trampoline park in Oldbury

A new £1m trampoline park has opened in Sandwell near Birmingham.

Flip Out, on Churchbridge Industrial Estate in Oldbury, features a 30m tumble track, pinball trampolines, gladiator beams, foam pits and high-low flip boxes.

The Mayor of Sandwell, Cllr Julie Webb, officially opened the leisure attraction where more than 50 jobs have been created.

Part of the biggest trampoline operator in Europe, the new 30,000 sq ft store boasts one of the largest graffiti walls in the country.

Mark Hickey, general manager of Flip Out Sandwell, said:

“Hundreds of people joined us at the opening of Flip Out to bounce and everyone really enjoyed themselves.

“Flip Out offers something for everyone with an adults’ trampoline arena, a separate area for the under-5s to bounce in, plus basketball slam dunk and penalty shoot-out areas for the older kids to enjoy.

“The high-low flip box area includes a police van, there’s a special DJ area and even a double-decker bus which is our VIP Party Room.”

The Mayor of Sandwell, Cllr Julie Webb, said:

“It’s a fantastic facility for local people of all ages to enjoy and keep fit.

“There’s plenty of different things to do and after cutting the ribbon, even I couldn’t resist jumping into the foam pit.”

Flip Out also includes a café bar with kids’ menu and free wifi, plus further party rooms.

More information is available from the Flip Out Sandwell website: www.flipout.co.uk/sandwell/. Further details can be found by visiting Facebook: @FlipOutSandwell Twitter: @FlipOutBham or Instagram: FlipOut_Sandwell.

"Its a fantastic facility for local people of all ages to enjoy and keep fit."
The Mayor of Sandwell, Cllr Julie Webb

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