Air Space Park Set to Spring Up in Manchester

Air Space Park Set to Spring Up in Manchester

Air Space, the freestyle jumping leisure business launched by the duo behind award winning forest adventure Go Ape has announced plans to open an additional trampoline park in Manchester.


Following the huge success of its initial Glasgow centre and counting Ella Eyre and Union J as fans, Air Space has today announced plans to open another giant urban playground in 2016 on Ashton New Road.


A planning application has been submitted to the local council, which will create over 60 local jobs and represent an impressive investment in excess of £1 million.


The proposed new Air Space park will consist of more than 100 interconnected trampolines that will allow you to improvise your own solo moves in the main park jumping from one trampoline to the next, or take part in team sports as you've never experienced them before – dodge-ball, basketball, football – all on super-sprung pitches.


How you use the space is up to you!


Already a huge success in Glasgow with further parks announced last month in both Wolverhampton and Stevenage, the new park will be offering Freestyle Fitness and Space Academy.  Freestyle Fitness is a new high intensity, low impact exercise class that can burn up to 522 calories and achieve 40% of your daily steps in one session. Space Academy developed by parkour specialist Sam McFarlane is a new training programme designed to take jumpers from novice to knowledgeable.  Both are so much fun that the participants don't even realise how hard they're working.


Go Ape and Air Space Co-Founder & Director Rebecca Mayhew says: ""We have been delighted with the success of Air Space since launching last year and with the introduction of our new Manchester park, sitting at just over 30k Sq ft, in a prime location and with lots to offer, we look forward to giving more people in the UK the space to fly".


If planning consent is granted, Air Space Manchester will sit adjacent to the Velodrome and in throwing distance of the famous Etihad stadium - the home of Manchester City Football Club.  Situated in the Sports Village the new park has excellent connections to the M60 and is already a very popular destination for visitors and locals.