PEOPLE can jump, bounce and climb at a trampoline centre set to undergo a massive expansion in the new year to become Oxfordshire's 'first hybrid mega park'.

Rebound Revolution in Bicester is to get a new indoor inflatables and 'ninja park'.

Refurbishment started in early November and plans include an extension of the mezzanine floor, a new 'performance' trampoline area and the installation of 'ninja' framework equipment from the roof above the inflatable area.

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Packed with exciting new activities and features, adults, teenagers and children can experience a challenging climbing wall, 'jelly mountain', slide, giant wipe-out balls and more.

The18,000 square ft site will host a hybrid of interconnecting trampolines, 'ninja ramps', and inflatables.

The facility on London Road opened in September 2017 and re-opened under new management Jump Inc on December 3 after Bicester fell into the Tier 2 status.

It is now closed as the county is in Tier 4, but a total of £200,000 will be invested into the revamp with safety at the forefront the plans.

The new ownership sees Lee Shipley as managing director and David Boote as the 'cluster' manager. The company introduced a new operating model and management team as well, creating 13 new jobs which have been recruited from the local area.

The new restructure will also create career progression opportunities for current staff.

Mr Shipley said: “We’re really looking forward to getting stuck in and putting the Jump Inc stamp on things from operations, café service, toddler sessions and new all-inclusive offers and timetable."

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Jump Inc saw Rebound Revolution as an exciting opportunity to expand the brand and continue to grow its portfolio of parks.

Mark Poole, financial director, said: “Bicester is a lovely town located close to Oxford, it was an ideal opportunity to explore a new county and build engagement in the South. We believe it has great potential for the size of the local market.

"We’re aware that it’s a strange time to grow the business but we’ve put ourselves into a strong and stable position over the last 18 months, before the pandemic struck, and we took decisive action quickly across the business when we forecast a drop in revenue.

"The business committed to maintain strong relationships with key suppliers and utilised the government support that was available to us, including furloughing staff across the months of closure. We’re excited about the future when everyone can start to have fun ‘normally’ again."

Rebound Revolution is usually open every day from 9am-5.30pm. Open Jump sessions begin every 60 minutes and are priced at £11 per person, which includes safety grip socks and are available to book online.

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Entry charges are £10 for a dual; parent and toddler ticket during designated toddler sessions every morning. Any additional parents, guardians or toddlers get access for just £3.

After school offers and group deals are also available to make the park an affordable weekly activity.