The indoor attraction is to be replaced by the latest store of a ‘major retailer’
A Preston trampoline park has announced its closing date as it prepares to move to a new location within the city. Fusion Trampoline Park is relocating as their lease ends in September.
The indoor attraction has more than 100 trampolines as well as foam pits, slam dunk courts, giant airbags and inflatables, parkour areas, climbing walls and a amazing café, all of which will close in just two weeks time, as the new location is not yet ready.
A message posted on Facebook, it said: “To all of our amazing customers!! We are moving!! Sunday 21st August is our last day at THIS site! As we won’t have completed our new arena before the end of summer, this is your last chance during the school holidays to have one last bounce, flip and fly with us before the big move!
“After 7 brilliant years at Queens Retail Park, we have come to the end of our lease and we will be RELOCATING our park to a bigger and better unit in Preston! As soon as we can release details of our new unit and reopening date, we will do so! We can’t wait to share our exciting plans with you for our relocation and to welcome you all back.”
The trampoline park is relocating to make way for a “major food and non-food retailer”. Plans submitted to Preston City Council could see Fusion Fusion Trampoline Park at Queens Retail Park converted to a large store. According to planning agent Alban Cassidy of Cassidy and Ashton Group, the use of the building as a trampoline park “was always intended to be temporary”.
A director for Fusion told previously LancsLive that the company would be moving to new premises within Preston. She said the move will take place no earlier than September and that no bookings will be affected. She added that the new venue will be “bigger and better”.
- 05:25, 11 AUG 2022