Gravity trampoline park in Bluewater and Maidstone offering unlimited summer bounce passes for £14.95

Two Kent attractions are aiming to help parents manage the cost of the summer holidays with unlimited passes to their parks.

Gravity trampoline centres in Bluewater, Greenhithe and at Lockmeadow in Maidstone have launched Summer Bounce passes.

Trampoline parks reopened on July 4
Trampoline parks reopened on July 4

The trampoline parks reopened on July 4, alongside others across Kent, with new social distancing and hygiene measures in place.

A Summer Bounce voucher costs £14.95 and entitles the pass holder to one open bounce session, SEN session or a parent and toddler session once per day up until September 5 when most children are expected to be returning to school.

Prices for one open jump session per visitor start at £13.80, which makes the pass excellent value for families intending to come to the site more than once before the end of the school holidays.

Parents are being reminded that children under five do need to be accompanied by an adult during all sessions so that accompanying adult will either need a ticket for the session that day or their own summer pass.

Carers attending with a guest who has additional needs are entitled to a complimentary carer ticket.

There are two Gravity sites in Kent. One in Maidstone and another in Bluewater.
There are two Gravity sites in Kent. One in Maidstone and another in Bluewater.

The Summer Bounce vouchers can be bought online and must then be taken to the park to assign passes to an account and a photo taken for ID verification. Vouchers can only be used at the park the pass was bought from.
To learn more about the offer please click here.

If you're looking for ways to keep costs down this summer. See five places you can visit in Kent for a fiver here.

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