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The Isle of Wight’s indoor trampoline park, Isle Jump, will be closing it’s doors next weekend, it has been confirmed. 

Parents with parties booked at the Lake-based attraction during the month of July have been told that they can collect their deposits as the parties will no longer be going ahead.

Isle Jump, which is located at Spithead Business Centre, originally opened in December 2015 before changing ownership in 2017. It closed in July last year and only re-opened 8 months ago.

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Liam Kerr, Owner of Isle Jump, says that they will be closing on the 23rd June to facilitate refurbishment works.

Speaking to Island Echo, Mr Kerr has said:

“We are looking to reopen again before the end of July once works are complete, but obviously there are no confirmed dates available at present, as the duration of works are flexible”.

However, staff today confirmed on the phone that a ‘lack of support’ over the Easter half term has been partially blamed for the closure.

Those who have made deposits for bookings can get a refund in person by visiting Isle Jump.

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The doors will close on Sunday 23rd June 2019 with no re-opening date set.

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i hope the cheques dont BOUNCE when getting a refund?

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