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Rainbows, bunnies & determination - an interview with gymnast Minnie

We had the pleasure of meeting 12 year old Acrobatic Gymnast Minnie and her family this month and see some of the awesome training she puts in on her Capital Play In ground trampoline. Minnie is no ordinary 12 year...

19.12.2019
By team CP

Top customer 'in-ground trampoline' photos of 2018

There's nothing we love more than seeing our happy customers enjoying their trampolines. Here's our top picks so far this summer.. enjoy! Thank you for this fantastic photo @gymnast.minnie - what a jump! The best bit about this photo was that @gymnast.minnie posted...

19.12.2019
By team CP

Trampoline lighting - the power of garden lighting

More and more our gardens and outside spaces are being designed to be an extension of our homes. We work hard to create beautiful outdoor spaces that are a stunning show of plants, flowers, textures and levels in the daytime...

19.12.2019
By team CP

Why not to sink a normal trampoline into the ground

It may seem like a good idea at first to sink your existing, 'above ground' trampoline into the ground, but it often ends up an expensive - sometimes dangerous mistake. We've compiled our TOP 5 reasons why it's best to...

19.12.2019
By team CP

7 reasons to install an in-ground trampoline this autumn

1. The ground is softer for excavation Generally speaking, installing a Capital In-ground Trampoline is a manageable DIY weekend job. However, the difficulty-level of excavation can vary depending on your type of soil, for instance clay is far harder to dig than...

19.12.2019
By team CP

Drainage Solutions

Some customers are concerned that water might sit in the bottom of the hole for their in-ground trampoline. The simple truth is that 99% of our customers have no problem with water – though water may sit in the bottom...

19.12.2019
By team CP

Installing an in-ground trampoline on a slope

Many customers ask if they can build an inground trampoline on a slope. The simple answer is yes. In fact most gardens have slopes of some sorts - however, it’s relatively straight-forward to install an inground trampoline into a slope....

19.12.2019
By team CP

In-ground trampolines benefit adults and children with special needs

Safety In-ground trampolines have some obvious benefits for children and adults with special needs in particular those with restricted movement who would find climbing in and out of a traditional trampoline enclosure extremely difficult. This obstacle is eliminated with an...

19.12.2019
By team CP

Trampoline Parks - Fuelling the trampoline boom

The Latest Craze in Trampolining Trampolining has seen an enormous increase in popularity over the course of 2014 fuelled, in part, by the meteoric rise of the trampoline-park and partly by parents reacting against the domination of electronic children’s games...

19.12.2019
By team CP

Safety surfacing for in-ground trampolines

Do I need safety surfacing around my trampoline? No, you do not need anything else than you're existing grass, but there are some benefits from using a safety surface. Here we're going to look at using artificial grass with a...

19.12.2019
By team CP

In-ground trampolines for use in school

Kids love trampolining. Kids go to school. Therefore many schools install trampolines in their playgrounds and in particular in-ground trampolines. The following is intended as best practice guidelines for anyone considering installing the Capital In-ground Trampoline Kit in a non-domestic...

19.12.2019
By team CP

Play mounds with in-ground trampoline

The cost of installing an in-ground or sunken trampoline can be greatly mitigated if you can leave the excess soil on site. Skip hire can cost over £300 and sometimes you have to barrow the soil quite some distance to...

19.12.2019
By team CP