Gravity Force St Albans to close this month

PUBLISHED: 14:09 21 September 2018 | UPDATED: 14:09 21 September 2018

Gravity Force Trampoline Park in St Albans. Picture: Danny Loo.

Gravity Force Trampoline Park in St Albans. Picture: Danny Loo.

Danny Loo Photography 2016

Gravity Force St Albans has announced it will shut its doors this weekend.

A statement on their website reads: “After the landlord’s refusal to accept an attractive offer to keep the site open, Gravity Force St Albans’ last day of trading will be Sunday, September 23.

“The closure is despite the efforts of Jump In, who have managed the St Albans site under license for the last few weeks, preventing the closure from happening sooner.

“Knowing how disappointed families from St Albans and the surrounding area will be, Jump In would like to invite all Gravity Force customers to enjoy its Elstree park – which after a million pound investment opened in December last year including trampolines, soft play, racing slides, neon and movie themed party rooms - just 11 miles, 19 minutes from the St Albans front door.”

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