With our Great British Weather, having indoor facilities can be a real bonus, but it’s not just about sheltering from the rain. A managed space means a safer environment, with guidelines about wearing helmets, using equipment that’s fit for purpose, and first aiders on hand in case of accidents. Also, better and more equal opportunities to take part, with the comfort of having facilitators on hand to help you learn and develop skills, and to make everyone welcome, with no one left feeling intimidated or at risk, and parents can watch their children as they learn from the safety of our café and spectators areas.
We are able to house a number of activities under one roof, from BMX biking to Extreme Trampoline, Aerial Circus to Inline Skating. With a regular timetable of activities as well as one off events and workshops. Come and try something new, and you never know what else you might discover: a talent in something you had never done before, or get inspired watching others developing their skills. Check out our timetable for when is the best time to come for the activity you are interested in and your level of experience.
We welcome children aged 5 and over. Please note that children aged 8 and under must be accompanied by an adult at all times. All participants must sign a consent form and disclaimer. Under 16s must have this form signed by a parent/guardian. You can download our consent form to print out and fill in here.
All participants using the skatepark must wear a safety helmet (the rounded skate-style helmets, rather than road bike helmets as they offer better protection). Skateboarders aged 16+ can sign a special disclaimer to skate without a helmet.
If you are coming to a regular timetabled session, you don’t need to book, unless it says so on our timetable, or unless you are planning to bring a group.’