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Europe's biggest trampoline arena opens at Belfast adventure centre We Are Vertigo

By Kirsten Elder

Europe's largest trampoline arena is currently under construction at We Are Vertigo, Belfast

The indoor adventure and ski centre is about to add a bounce to their adventure land, bringing with it 50 new jobs.

The trampoline arena is due to open on Friday 19 December, just in time for the Christmas Holidays.

Gareth Murphy, Owner of We Are Vertigo said: “I wanted to create a unique, innovative entertainment centre”.

The centre offers activities for all ages, these include two indoor ski slopes, climbing walls, a 100ft mobile zip line, high wire rope course, a soft play area and two cafes.

The trampoline park includes two trampoline courts, three trampoline basketball lanes, stunt pits, climbing walls, dodge ball court, Gladiator jousting and an open trampoline area.

The centre will provide people with special socks for the trampoline walls, so you don’t have to worry about anything.

You need to book online, where you can also check availability, as some sessions are already booked out.

For a one-hour session in the trampoline arena it will cost £10, you can stay longer if you want.

Gareth Murphy said: “You can literally bounce of the walls, and it is a fun activity for all the family.”

Gareth and Lorna Murphy, Owners at We Are Vertigo also have plans to expand their business to other sites in Ireland.

Gareth Murphy said: “It’s a bit premature to say where yet, but we are actively looking at other sites.”

A new spa is also scheduled to open in February 2015 and will create another 10 new jobs, both full-time and part-time.

Lorna Murphy said: “It will be a full spa, going back to basic beauty treatments but with a very luxurious and high-end product range.”

With increased opening hours and new plans for the adventure park the workforce will expand to a total of 120 people.

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