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Thursday June 28 2018

Flip Out steps up to help those impacted by Oxygen Freejumping closure


Trampolining venue Flip Out has confirmed it will look at offering jobs to employees from the recently-closed Oxygen Freejumping in Trafford Park and try to accommodate any children's parties



Flip Out steps up to help those impacted by Oxygen Freejumping closure

Trampolining venue Flip Out has confirmed it will look at offering jobs to employees from the recently-closed Oxygen Freejumping in Trafford Park and that it will do its best to accommodate any children’s parties that had been booked there.

Located on Ashton New Road, close to the Etihad Stadium, Flip Out is the UK’s leading trampoline park operator, offering the biggest trampolines, a Laser Maze, Total Wipeout, Cyber Towers, a Dodgeball Court, a stunt boxes for free runners and fitness sessions. It regularly hosts birthday parties and corporate events.

Oxygen Freejumping confirmed it had gone into administration today, with the loss of 35 to 40 full and part time jobs.

Flip Out have already been in touch with the managers at Trafford Park to see if they can help with any children’s parties and to talk about potential job opportunities at their site.

Jenny Ramwell, General Manager at Flip Out, said; “We’ve already started conversations with Oxygen Freejumping to see if we can assist with any birthday parties and special events. Any customer that had a party booked at Trafford Park should contact us on 0161 850 5058, and we’ll do our absolute best to fit you in, at the same price.”

For more information about Flip Out, please visit https://www.flipout.co.uk/locations/manchester/

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"Any customer that had a party booked at Trafford Park should contact us on 0161 850 5058, and we'll do our absolute best to fit you in, at the same price."
Jenny Ramwell








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