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Jump out of your skin at Velocity Trampoline Park this Halloween

Jump out of your skin at Velocity Trampoline Park this Halloween

Velocity Trampoline Park is set to make guests jump this Halloween with a frightfully fun celebration.

Hundreds of the city’s little monsters are set to descend on the popular Widnes-based venue on Saturday, October 31 for the ultimate spooky soiree, which will feature a fancy dress competition and themed disco.

Managing Director of Velocity Leisure Steven Cosgrove said: “As this will be our first Halloween, we wanted to mark the occasion by putting a novel twist on traditional costume parties amongst family and friends.

“The park will operate as usual on the day of the party, with guests booking in for hourly jump sessions to participate in our spookily-inspired activities. As part of the fancy dress competition, which will take place during each session from 1pm, those with the most wacky and creative outfits will be named ‘best dressed’ and also receive a special prize.”

Velocity Trampoline Park opened earlier this year and boasts over 150 interconnected trampolines, a foam pit and basketball and dodge ball courts. Aside from jump sessions, the park also regularly hosts fitness classes, Toddler Time and Club Velocity.

Steven added: “Club Velocity, which runs every Friday night and features our resident DJ, has been a really popular hit with the older children, and is why we decided to incorporate an evening celebration into the party. From 5pm onwards we’re going to turn the party up a notch as the arena lighting will be replaced with disco lights, while Halloween themed musical tracks will be blasted through the speakers. Here’s to a spooktacular occasion for everyone to enjoy!”

For more information and bookings visit www.velocitygb.com or call 0151 424 8613. 

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