Giant Trampoline Park Set for Derby

Left to right: Leon Groom and Stephen Salloway

The former Volvo garage off Siddals Road is to be turned into a trampoline park depending on approval from Bondholder Derby City Council in October. 

Local businessmen Leon Groom and Simon Parkes have submitted plans and are confident it will launch in December or January. If approved, the park will be called Bounce Health & Fitness - it will create around 30 jobs and will have 500 joined-up trampolines with fitness sessions held each day as well as a café and grill restaurant.

This isn’t just for children - our venue will account for adult nights, party nights, school trips, fitness classes and team building
— Leon Groom

Indoor trampoline parks are a growing trend across America and the UK with plans already backed by Deputy Leader at Derby City Council, Martin Rawson.

The trampoline park’s encouragement of exercise across all age groups can only be a good thing. It will be a welcome addition to the facilities of the city centre and one which the council hopes will attract visitors from across the region
— Martin Rawson, Deputy Leader at Derby City Council

Bondholder Salloway Property Consultants helped the businessmen acquire the site.

You only have to look around now to at the number of cars parked here to see this is a fantastic central location
— Steve Salloway, Salloway Property Consultants