JUMPING FOR JOY: The Valley treats Freedom to high-energy day out
Young adults from the Evesham group Freedom, had a spring in their step this week when they enjoyed a day out at the world’s largest trampoline park, courtesy of The Valley Evesham.
The shopping and leisure destination paid for the group, which caters for young adults with learning difficulties, to enjoy exclusive hire of AirHop Bristol. There, the group could bounce on one of 135 trampolines, play basketball or dodgeball or just enjoy the soft landing in the foam pit.
Tracey Hemming, Freedom Group Founder, added: “What a great day! Everyone is buzzing from the event. Our group don’t see treats like this often, some probably never. The Valley has been really kind to Freedom and I’d like to express our gratitude”.
Discussing the day, Phil Maclean, Retail Marketing Manager of The Valley, said: “We wanted to do something really special and we thought a day out at Airhop Bristol would be perfect. All too often, young people with disabilities cannot enjoy the activities that their peers take for granted. The staff have all had a great day out too, making many new friends from a great group of people at Freedom”.