Bounce back to Rush as trampoline park reopens
A trampoline park in Birmingham will be reopening today and has strict new social distancing rules in place.
The first members of the public to jump on Rush's trampolines will be NHS staff and key workers.
The company is giving away 200 family jump tickets to the NHS and key workers and their families as a thank you for the service provided during the coronavirus pandemic.
Commonwealth gymnast Dominic Cunningham officially re-opened the park with a virtual re-opening ceremony and gymnasts display on Friday, July 31 on Rush's Facebook page.
Rush will also be introducing a huge number of new safety measures to keep customers and staff safe but still able to visit and have fun at the parks.
This includes a reduced capacity, social distancing, temperature check and a 30 minute deep clean in between each session.
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