Top Jump's 1st Birthday
To celebrate their first birthday, Top Jump are holding a day filled with family activities.
- 2 hour jump sessions with access to the whole park.
- Bouncy castle, sumo suits, space hopper race's and garden games.
- Teach sport - Fencing, archery and target games.
- Photo booth.
- Sweet cart and ice cream cart.
- Raffle with prizes including gold parties and free jumps.
- Mascots from Corina's cool kids parties.
- Competitions throughout the day and much more..
£12 for your 2 your two hour session. Session timings 10am, 12pm,2pm,4pm.
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