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The family team behind independent health club chain truGym are expanding the business into the fast-growing trampoline park sector.

The new leisure venture, called Jump Arena, recently launched its first indoor trampoline park in Leeds city centre. The 20,000sq ft park features a large open trampoline area, foam pits, dodgeball, basketball, “Ninja Warrior” style obstacle course and other foam pit activities too.

“The launch of the new business has been very successful and the feedback from the customers has been great,” said managing director Parm Singh.

“We have plans to roll out the brand and have already secured a 37,000sq ft (3,437sq m) property in Luton city centre, scheduled to open in February 2016.

“We have an aggressive expansion plan for this year and are also at legals on properties in Canterbury, Nottingham, Northampton, Hull and Bexleyheath.”

Singh added that the family will continue to upscale its 12-site low cost gym business, with plans to launch three new truGym sites in the coming months.

To read a feature on the boom in UK trampoline parks, from the January edition of Health Club Management, click here.

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The family team behind independent health club chain truGym are expanding the business into the fast-growing trampoline park sector.
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The new leisure venture, called Jump Arena, recently launched its first indoor trampoline park in Leeds city centre
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