New trampoline park opens in Stratford

PUBLISHED: 13:06 09 November 2017

The ZAPspace trampoline park being opened by Newham Mayor Sir Robin Wales

The ZAPspace trampoline park being opened by Newham Mayor Sir Robin Wales


Trampoline fans are set to have a spring in their step with the opening of a new indoor arena.

Sir Robin Wales joins youngsters in testing out the facilities Sir Robin Wales joins youngsters in testing out the facilities

The ZAPSpace trampoline park, in Stratford’s former Rex theatre, also offers a drop slide, a cardio wall and dodgeball courts, as well as space to bounce around.

Officially opening yesterday, it has been developed by ZAP Architecture and is committed to offering 10,000 hours of free bouncing to schools in the area.

The centre’s CEO, Henry Frost, said: ZAPspace has been thoughtfully designed to not only accommodate and impress the kids but adults too.

“It has some interesting and bouncy years ahead in this location and I cannot wait to see it flourish in this charming part of Stratford.”

The High Street complex also includes a restaurant, known as the Old Town Bistro, and a soft play area for babies and toddlers.

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