Trampoline session offered for children with additional support needs

Jump In Trampoline Park has teamed up with Me Too! to offer sessions with children with additional support needs
Jump In Trampoline Park has teamed up with Me Too! to offer sessions with children with additional support needs

Children with additional support needs and their families will get the chance to take part in a relaxed trampoline session.

The event, run by charity Me Too! along with Jump In Trampoline Park on Craigshaw Road, will take place tomorrow from 5.30pm.

Chief executive of the charity Phionna McInnes said: “We are delighted to be working in partnership with Jump In Trampoline Park to host relaxed trampoline sessions.”

The session will have both the lighting reduced, music turned off and no use of the tannoy system or whistles.

Me Too! is a free quarterly magazine that collates information on activities for children with additional support needs.

Phionna added: “Siblings are welcome to attend to promote a positive, inclusive family activity and our own ninja volunteers will be there to offer support.”

Families are asked to book directly at Jump In.

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