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Grantham trampoline park Jump Revolution shuts suddenly


By Grantham Reporter


Grantham's popular trampoline park has closed suddenly 'for the foreseeable future' sparking concern from customers who claim they been left out of pocket.

A sign on the door of the indoor park, located off Springfield Road, this morning states that they are closed today due to 'unforeseen circumstances.'

Customers who had parties booked this weekend received an email last night to inform them that their bookings had been cancelled.

Jump Revolution. (7013058)
Jump Revolution. (7013058)

Rachael Richardson's daughter's party on Saturday is one of those to be cancelled at short notice.

Rachael, who lives in Newark, claims that she has been left out of pocket and just days to sort out an alternative venue.

She said: "I had a party booked for my 11-year-old daughter and 10 of her friends for this Saturday. I paid in full when we booked five weeks ago.

"I have tried to ring several times as I want a refund, which the email did state that we would get, but we have heard nothing since. There has been no real communication. Surely they knew something before 9pm.

"My daughter is heartbroken as she had been looking forward to it but fortunately I've managed to find a trampoline park in Mansfield."

Julie Cooper was half way through an unlimited monthly pass.

She said: "It was a Christmas present and we timed the pass so we could use it during half term."

Jump Revolution, which was located in the Springfield Park Industrial Estate, off Springfield Road, opened in October 2016.

The Grantham Journal have attempted to contact the owners.

More details as we have it.

Jump Revolution. (7013056)
Jump Revolution. (7013056)


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