A huge trampoline park has opened in Newton Aycliffe as part of exciting new activity centre ROF 59.
The all-round fun complex, which incorporates a bar and lounge at its 70,000 sq ft premises on Durham Way South, Aycliffe Business Park, has now opened its state-of-the-art trampoline area.
‘Bounce at ROF 59’ incorporates a total of 75 trampolines, including free running areas and a slam dunk, and completes the venue’s remarkable makeover.
ROF 59 has been built on the site of the former Presswork Metals factory – a former munitions factory in World War II – after Finley Structures invested more than £1.1m in creating the new facility.
Almost £750,000 was spent on constructing a new steel frame for the venue and a further £400,000 has now been spent fitting out the inside of the new building, which includes a bar/lounge, named The Bunker, and The Blitz restaurant.
ROF 59 also includes a maze of climbing walls for climbers of all abilities – including one of the biggest in the country, standing at 20 metres tall, as well as the new trampoline park.
Bounce at ROF 59 costs £10.50, which includes socks, with sessions held daily. Monday and Friday 11.30am-8.30pm and Tues-Thurs and Saturdays they’re held 10.30am-8.30pm, with Sunday sessions 10.30am-4.30pm.
It’s restricted to children aged 6+, but toddlers sessions are also starting from 21st September.
Adventure Climb at ROF 59, which is four youngsters aged from four, costs £7.50 and sessions are held Mondays and Fridays (12-9pm) and Tues-Thurs (10am-9pm), Saturdays (10am-9pm) and Sundays (10am-5pm).
Party bookings can also be made and vouchers are available.
• For more details about Bounce at ROF 59 or to make bookings, call 01325 728222 or email firstname.lastname@example.org