** COMPETITION NOW CLOSED **
There’s lots more information about the Flip Out trampoline arena HERE, though, if you fancy bouncing around!
We have lots of tickets to give away for the grand opening of the Flip Out trampoline arena in Stone on Saturday 19th December.
Thanks to Flip Out Stoke, A Little Bit of Stone’s competition winners will be taking over the arena for an hour – between 11am and noon – on the big opening day, Saturday 19th December.
TWELVE competition winners will get FOUR tickets each.
So if you’re one of the lucky 12, you can take along friends or family and really get into the Flip Out spirit.
The Flip Out trampoline arena is in the former City Link warehouse on Stone Business Park (Opal Way ST15 0SS) and promises a feast of fun for all ages. Flip Out is a giant trampoline playground made up of 97 trampolines, a giant foam pit, wall runners, slamball courts and much more. It will be available for children’s parties – with four dedicated rooms – as well as activity sessions for all ages, classes and more.
Flip Out trampoline arenas started life in Australia but have now hit the UK – and Stone is about to feel the bounce!
To be in with a chance of being one of the 12 winners, all you have to do is email the answer to this question to firstname.lastname@example.org (and tell us your full name) by 1pm on Tuesday 15th December:
Flip Out trampoline arenas started in which country?
We’ll make the draw and let all the winners know by email on Tuesday 15th December before posting here on our website.
If you enter our competition, we’ll add your email address to our newsletter distribution list. We promise to only send you lovely A Little Bit of Stone things. We’ll look after your email address and won’t share it with anyone else.
Only one entry per email address please.
Please be aware that we’ll be taking photos of our competition winners on the day, so only enter if you’re OK with that.
Finally, if you’re a lucky winner you must be available between 11am and noon on Saturday 19th December as your prize can’t be used on any other date/time.
Best of luck!