Jumpstations, an IATP's approved venue, is also now one of the first Trampoline Parks in Scotland to have been independently audited and have achieved compliance with the BSi PAS 5000 safety standard. This new standard was developed by the IATP and had input from British Gymnastics and RoSPA. We pride ourselves as being a leading venue in terms of safety and innovations in the Trampoline Park industry.
Safety is our utmost concern which is why we chose a British supplier with all British made products as they are amongst the greatest and safest in the world. The construction of our trampolines has been ensured to deliver maximum safety to all users.
There are a strict set of rules in place to ensure that the most fun is had by all in the safest way possible. All staff are trained in how to supervise the trampolines in the most effective way and how to challenge those who are not following by the rules.
Unfortunately, from time to time accidents will happen as trampolining is classed as an "extreme sport". This can be due to people landing awkwardly or tripping over, as well as any number of medical emergencies. However, when the worst does happen our staff are fully equipped and trained to deal with this.
Do I need to book ahead of time?
It is always advisable to book ahead of jump time to avoid disappointmenbt (and its cheaper!) Especially on holidays and weekends as we do book up fast.
Birthday Parties, Group bookings and other special events need to be booked ahead of time.
Do I need a waiver/disclaimer?
Yes, Waivers are 100% compulsory.
How can I complete a waiver/ disclaimer?
Every person jumping must have read and completed a Jumpstation waiver before using the park. During your online booking proccess you will be asked to complete our waiver form and this will save time on the day.
To view each waiver please click on the links:
Do I need socks?
For your own safety, all jumpers must wear a pair of Jumpstations socks. These are yours for £2 and you can bring them for all return visits
Can I wear socks bought from elsewhere if they have grip?
No the socks we provide have been tested on our equipment and we cannot guarantee other parks socks are fit for purpose with our park equipment. Many manufacturers in uk configure socks differently which are fit for purpose of particular parks.
Can I bring my own snacks?
We do not allow outside food in the park with the exception of special circumstances during parties. We have a great range of food and drink provided in the café area with some comfortable seating to relax and enjoy.
Is there a place to leave my belongings while I jump?
Returnable £1 coin operated lockers are provided on site.
Is there a weight limit?
The maximum weight is 18 stone/114kg.
Is there an age limit?
There is no upper age limit.
According to RoSPA "Children under 6 are particularly vulnerable and it is recommended that a minimum age of at least 6 is placed on use of trampolines." Therefore, children aged 5 can jump with an adult supervising at anytime. Younger children are able to enjoy the park on Sunday mornings 9 and 10 am (one free under 5 per adult jumper), they can also enjoy the mums and tots midweek termtime session.
We are providing mums n tots sessions during school term to cater for this.
How early do I need to arrive?
We would advise arriving 20 minutes prior to your bounce to check in, put on your jump socks and attend your safety briefing.
What should I wear?
Whatever you feel comfortable in! we would suggest loose clothing due to working up a real sweat and removal of any jewellery.
What is your returns policy?
We do not offer refunds on any booking made.
Can I watch my kids jump?
We strongly encourage parents to get involved and purchase a jump ticket however there is seating all around the centre to allow for safe viewing.
Do carers go free?
Carers are allowed up on the trampolines FREE in order to assist jumpers who may have mental or physical disabilities. We do however require you to wear our special grip socks, you can purchase at £2 a pair, they are yours to keep and reuse.
When in the park as a carer we would require your full attention to be with the person in your care, as our staff are not qualified as carers. As a non paying carer your access to the trampolines is for assistance only and not to utilise the facilities unless to aid the jumper.
Before the start of each session participants are required to watch our safety briefing video which teaches them about the park rules, how to control their bounce and how to jump safely amongst others. All who are participating MUST watch and properly understand the Safety Video and Rules.