Newham trampoline park to host London’s largest indoor snowball fight

PUBLISHED: 11:45 13 December 2017

Flip Out trampoline park staff get into the festive spirit.

Flip Out trampoline park staff get into the festive spirit.

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A trampoline park in East Ham is marking Christmas Eve with London’s biggest indoor snowball fight.

More than 5,000 snowballs will fly in a massive battle across three floors at Flip Out E6.

The trampoline park in Barking Road is running a series of seasonal sessions from Saturday.

Father Christmas will be giving out gifts to younger visitors this weekend and on December 23 and 24.

Raymond Briggs’ beloved Snowman and the Snow Dog will pay a flying visit to the centre on Sunday.

“We’re delighted to have such a fun and festive offering for the whole family this Christmas and can’t wait to see and feel the excitement build with the arrival of our special snowy visitors,” said general manager Matt Miller.

“Another seasonal highlight is ‘Thank Flip its Friday’ giving family flippers the opportunity to jump for an hour and indulge in two of their favourite pizzas.”

Festive freebies will also be shared on social media, he added.

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