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Byline: ELLEN KIRWIN ECHO Reporter @ellen_kirwin

REEDOME Aerial Centre has opened in Cheshire Oaks, Ellesmere Port.

Freedome has been created by Sky Zone, who are the developers of the world's first trampoline park and the largest operator of trampoline parks in the world.

Sky Zone hopes to make the next big step in aerial entertainment with their new installation in Cheshire Oaks.

From its opening yesterday, Freedome aims to be the first park in the world to utilise cutting-edge technology that looks set to transform the aerial activities industry.

It will feature gravity-defying activities including a warrior course, free slam, glow, dodge ball, fitness classes and toddler sessions, as well as a large freestyle area. Opening times for the park are: Monday-Thursday: 13:00-21:00; Friday: 13:00-22:00; Saturday: 10:00-22:00; and Sunday: 10:00-21:00.

In a bid to promote active lifestyles, Freedome have become the official sponsor of Chester and District Youth Football League for the 2016-2017 season.

Peter Brown, managing director for the UK, said: "We're hugely excited to be partnering with the local youth football league and to be able to support sport in the area. Freedome will encourage even more ways to keep fit and stay active when we launch, and we're keen to champion this ethos both in and out of the park."

The attraction will also create 45 full-time positions, many of which Freedome will ensure are given to people between 18-24 years of age.

Open for business: the new Freedome Aerial Centre, in Cheshire Oaks Pictures: JAMES MALONEY


The gravity-defying Freedome Centre aims to be among the first to use cutting-edge technology to transform the aerial activities industry - a first look inside the new trampoline park, which opened yesterday at Cheshire Oaks

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Date:Oct 15, 2016
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