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Plans revealed for children's soft play zone in London

Plans revealed for children's soft play zone in London

East Ham is set to get a new children’s soft play experience when Flip Out London E6 trampoline and adventure park opens at the former Granada Theatre next month.

The enchanted castle themed soft play zone at Flip Out London E6 will include foam building blocks, play tunnels, balance beams, slides and a ball pool. The soft play area will also feature dedicated party rooms and a cafe serving freshly prepared food.

Sheneera Ofori-Koree, who joins Flip Out from Kidzania, has been appointed to oversee the soft play zone, which is aimed at children up to the age of 5. 

She said: “Flip Out London E6 will be the largest soft play experience in the Newham area and I am thrilled to be heading it up. The attraction will be heaps of fun for families of all ages and we are really looking forward to welcoming our first guests.”

"Flip Out London E6 will be the largest soft play experience in the Newham area and I am thrilled to be heading it up."
Sheneera Ofori-Koree

As well as a soft play zone, the new Flip Out London E6 will feature London’s first indoor caving experience. It boasts a 100 metre indoor potholing area and 12 themed climbing walls, including an ice wall and a volcano wall. There will also be 50 interlinked trampolines, a laser maze, a ninja warrior course and a super-slide with an almost vertical drop of 30ft, spanning across two floors.

Flip Out London E6 will be located on the site of the former Granada Theatre on Barking Road in East Ham.

Flip Out is officially the fastest-growing trampoline park operator in the world, with more than 60 arenas in eight countries.

To keep up to date with the latest news from Flip Out London E6, find Flip Out London E6 on Facebook and Instagram and follow @flipoutlondonE6 on Twitter.

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