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Go-ahead for £1.5m trampoline park in Chichester

Go-ahead for £1.5m trampoline park in Chichester

A £1.5m trampoline park has been given the go-ahead by councillors in West Sussex.

Flip Out, the largest trampoline park operator in Europe, is the company behind the 22,500 sq ft arena in Chichester which is set to be the biggest in the county.

The attraction at Glenmore Business Park is only the second in the UK to feature a Ninja Warrior Course with other park highlights to be revealed in the coming weeks.

Flip Out Chichester is due to open early next year creating 40 jobs, of which half will be permanent roles.

Entrepreneurs Richard and Ryan Wootton are really excited about their new project and Richard said:

"We were keen to bring this unique trampolining experience to Chichester and are delighted to have found the perfect location."
Richard and Ryan Wootton

“This will be our second trampoline park in the region following the huge success of the Southampton store.

“We were keen to bring this unique trampolining experience to Chichester and are delighted to have found the perfect location.

“We are already working closely with local schools and other community organisations to give them the opportunity to use Flip Out as a place to exercise, socialise and have fun.”

Flip Out Chichester will also include a Pizza Oven café, free wifi and three party rooms which can also be used as break out rooms for corporate events.

More information is available by visiting Facebook: @flipoutchichester

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