Tue 5th January 2021
We are temporarily closed due to the national lockdown.
Fingers crossed we'll be back open before too long, welcoming everyone in for a bounce.
Thu 5th November 2020
To reduce social contact, the government has ordered certain businesses and venues (of which we are included) to close.
Therefore, we are having to close from 5 November - 2 December 2020 and are looking forward to when we will be able to open our doors once more.
Sat 18th July 2020
💥💥 REOPENING SATURDAY 25th JULY! 😍😍
With a 50% reduced capacity and a number of safety measures in place we can't wait to welcome you back to our Trampoline Park.
Online bookings only, we will not be accepting walk-ins so BOOK NOW via our website to avoid disappointment.
Please see our covid page here for a list of the extensive safety measures in place
NB iPlay Soft Play centre remains closed at this time.
Sat 21st March 2020
During his public address on 20th March 2020, the Prime Minister Boris Johnson instructed all leisure centres to close in an attempt to tackle coronavirus.
We have now closed our doors and will closely monitor the rapidly evolving situation.
We hope to see you in the not too distant future... Stay safe everyone.
Mon 18th November 2019
The best of what Devon has to offer families is revealed in the results of this year’s Primary Times Star Awards, as voted for by parents of children aged 4 to 11 years in the county.
This year saw the greatest ever response to the Primary Times online survey where readers voted for their favourite local family friendly places and people.
Local parents were informed of the survey in Primary Times, a family friendly magazine that is delivered directly to primary schools across Devon. With a distribution of 59,000 copies the magazine reaches 307 primary schools in the county.
The specially designed online survey appeared on the Primary Times website from July to October. Questions in the survey were formulated to incite open and honest replies from readers. The results are truly organic, with the winning awards given to the attraction that gained the most reader nominations in a particular category.
The outcome of the survey is of special importance to many local businesses who value the insightful nature of the award results, as the families who complete the survey are often customers or potential customers.
In addition, the results provide an interesting snapshot of what is popular with families at this current time. It’s a way of local families recommending venues and attractions that deliver good quality service and provision to other readers.
Readers were quizzed over their favourite family attractions – places that they can visit for a full day out and for a half day out; indoor play centre; outdoor play centre; party venue/entertainer; free local family event; best seasonal event of the year; local fair, show or festival; best value for money attraction; best family holiday or break and the readers also chose an overall winner.
One tightly fought-for category was that of favourite Party Venue/Provider and it was certainly interesting to read the broad spectrum of answers. Yet, the amazing party facilities at iBounce in Exeter enabled it to secure the runner up spot in the Party Venue/Provider category.
Sam Rowsell, Director at iBounce Exeter said: “We're thrilled to have received this recognition from the Primary Times readers. Nonetheless, we aspire to look at ways in which we can further improve our party packages, continuing to work alongside parents with their helpful feedback in providing both enjoyable and memorable events.
Linda Edwards, Publishing Editor at Primary Times said: “We are so grateful to our readers for their valued contribution to our Reader Star Awards. The results are incredibly insightful which allows us to take a glimpse into the minds of local people, discovering what the children enjoy most. We would like to applaud all the individual winners and runners-up of each category and congratulate them on their success”.
You can read more about the Primary Times Star Awards at www.primarytimes.co.uk/devon