Monday 24 October 2022

FLEMINGATE leisure operator Jump Inc has expanded into neighbouring premises, investing close to half-a-million pounds to create a new attraction for the town, including a ninja-style assault course,  joined by a new interconnecting trampoline park, with features including drop slides, a zip line, jump tower, punch wall and tumble tracks. 

The new assault course is connected to the established attractions by an inflatable tunnel, providing a high-adrenaline test of strength, balance and agility. Emma Towse-Bertram, Head of Marketing at Jump Inc, told Beverley FM: “We’re thrilled to finally reveal the new park – it’s been a long time coming.” And she continued: “The developments and upgrades do not stop here. We’re planning to replace the existing inflatable park with some brand new activities and we’re also going to be adding a five-a-side sports cage with games to test your skills and abilities.”

ANOTHER major retail name, the upmarket fashion and homewares chain Oliver Bonas, has announced it’s opening a store in Beverley. The company, with nearly 80 outlets across the UK, is currently advertising for a store manager and staff and say it’s excited to be coming to East Yorkshire. The nearest shop is currently in York.

A CONCERT for Ukraine, featuring light classics from the world of film and theatre, will be held in St Mary’s Church, Beverley, this Saturday at 7.30pm, featuring the East Riding Concert Orchestra. Tickets cost £25- £30 (children under 12 £5) in aid of the Disaster Emergency Committee for Ukraine. More information here