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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

Timeline for your typical in-ground installation

We recently installed a 12ft Capital In-ground trampoline in a beautiful Sussex garden with the help of a mini-digger. Starting at 8 am, the whole project (despite having to barrow the soil some 100 mtrs down the garden) was completed...

19.12.2019
By team CP

How to dig a hole for an in-ground trampoline

Digging a suitable hole for an in-ground trampoline is the biggest concern for most people considering installing this type of trampoline. Whilst not an exact science, digging a hole is not as difficult or expensive as most people think. This...

19.12.2019
By team CP

Buying replacement parts for a trampoline

If your trampoline looks like this then it's time to consider buying some replacement parts. This might sound like a very dull topic, but as there are an estimated 2.7 million trampolines in Britain, there are a lot of parents...

19.12.2019
By team CP

Trampolines Down Under - behind the company

The first thing to say is that Trampolines Down Under (TDU) is NOT an Aussie company! The company is based in Utah, USA and very much American. 'Down Under' refers to 'under' the ground. The inspiration behind the business The...

19.12.2019
By team CP

Aeroball - A Trampoline Game Coming to a School Near You

Aeroball is a combination of trampolining, basketball and volleyball. It's fantastic fun and great exercise.  How do you make trampolining even more fun? Aeroball is a new sport activity that is rapidly being adopted by schools and activity centres. It's...

21.01.2020
By team CP

What to look for when buying trampoline frame padding?

The trampoline spares market is awash with what look like bargain priced trampoline frame pads, but we advise caution before you part with your hard earned cash and buy replacement pads that may not be wide enough for your trampoline...

21.01.2020
By team CP

Wooden Climbing Frames and Safety-Surfacing

Play bark is often used as a safety surface around climbing frames. We are often asked, do we need safety surfacing for our climbing frame.? If you are buying a climbing frame for use at home, the simple answer is...

21.01.2020
By team CP