Flip Out Chester, the second biggest trampoline park in the world (second only to Flip Out Glasgow) will be relaunching events which provide an ‘autism friendly’ environment for visitors.

Monthly sessions will be park of the parks rich offering of classes, activities and attractions, catering for all ages and abilities. The original events were launches last October in a bid for the park to remain accessible to everyone.

The classes will re-commence for 2018 this Thursday, continuing on the first Thursday of every month. The music will be played at a lower level and the disco lights will be switched off.

Matthew Melling, director at Flip Out Chester stated, “The autism friendly sessions were a huge success last year so we’re glad to continue the events every month in 2018.

“We want to ensure everyone can enjoy their experience at Flip Out Chester with these monthly events and our aim is to provide a more relaxing and calm environment than our usual day to day atmosphere in the busy arena.

“Our friendly staff will always be there to help during the sessions to support visitors and make certain that all jumpers and spectators have a brilliant time with us.”

Carers will also be able to attend the session free of charge, while flippers can take part for £6 for the whole hour (either 6pm or 7pm). Special Flip Out grip socks must be worn for safety reasons and can be purchased for £2.

Flip Out Chester stressed that individuals with autism are welcome at the Chester Gates trampoline park any time.

Mr Melling said: “We are all happy to support visitors with autism at any time and our staff will always be on hand to make adjustments whenever they can if necessary.

“The Flip Out Chester team’s aim is that everyone who visits us enjoys healthy, awesome fun – no matter your age or ability.”