A brand new attraction has been launched at Flip Out Stoke for the summer holidays.
Saturday 22nd July saw Total Wipe Out open at the Stone based venue. The game which involves contestants competing to avoid being knocked off their feet by a giant inflatable bar. Customers have been kept in the dark about the new attraction, which will add an extra dimension to the already popular venue.
The unveiling of the new facility is part of Flip Out Stoke’s ‘Summer Rocks’ event, which will run throughout the school holidays. The trampoline park has been transformed into a beach party venue with staff dressed as lifeguards, beach dodgeball, and lots of beach-themed competitions and entertainment on offer to visitors.
Commenting on the new attraction, area manager Mike Randall, said: “Total Wipeout is an awesome new addition to the Stoke arena – it really tests your balance and coordination and it’s already proving a huge hit with visitors.
“Unveiling the new facility has been an excellent way to kickstart the ‘Summer Rocks’ holiday programme. We have so much on offer to entertain the whole family over the next six weeks, it really is going to be a summer to remember.”
A Caribbean day, beach day and under the moon, are all included in the themed days Flip Out staff will be hosting throughout the ‘Summer Rocks’ programme. These will give youngsters the chance to get involved in different activities including dodgeball competitions, volleyball competitions, and beat the ninja events.
Flip Out Stoke is also hosting Ofsted registered summer camps for children aged 5 to 14. Those who attend the sessions will be cared for by staff members holding level 3 childcare qualifications, with each session split into groups based on their age.
For more information about the ‘Summer Rocks’ programme visit facebook.com/flipoutstoke.