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Jump Space: Specialist Trampoline, Rebound Therapy and Soft Play centre

Based in Stockport, Jump Space is a specialist recreation centre providing Trampolining*, Rebound Therapy and Active/Sensory play to disabled and non-disabled people of all ages. Our fully accessible HQ caters for groups and individuals with a wide range of impairments. All sessions are led by highly trained staff. You can join one of our weekly classes, come to a drop in, or book a group session**. We also run toddler sessions which are soft play only. We cater for individuals, families, groups, schools, colleges, residential homes and referral units.

Jump Space’s specially adapted centre has four trampolines, an accessible play area and large sensory room. It provides a safe, fun, understanding and non-judgemental environment to play for disabled people and creates a supportive social space for everyone who comes in. Our unique provision means that siblings can enjoy trampolining sessions alongside their brothers and sisters while parents and carers can chat and network.

*Trampolining is for ages 4 and over (some medical exclusions apply)

** Forms must be completed before accessing trampolining

Age Range(s)

  • We cater for all ages across our weekly timetable. To trampoline
  • participants must be over 4 years old. We offer sessions
  • without trampoline access
  • to 0-4.

Who to contact


 Our website is currently being rebuilt.

We do have an active Facebook page.


Where to go

Jump Space
Unit 2
Hardman St
Greater Manchester

The centre has onsite parking with further parking on the street which is free.

There is an accessible toilet with changing bed and track hoist. Inside the centre there is a track hoist in our sensory room and a mobile hoist in the gym.

Time / Date Details

When is it on
Open Mon-Sat
Session Information
Please contact the centre to discuss which sessions would be appropriate for your needs.


Referral required

Other Details

Other notes

Trampolining is not suitable for those with brittle bones, dwarfism, rodded spines and detaching retinas. Trampolining during pregnancy will not be permitted. 

For those with Downs Syndrome, an additional form must be completed by a medical professional before we can give access to trampolining. Please contact the centre for a copy of the form (AAI assessment).




Cost depends on activity booked, please contact us for further details. As an example, Trampolining Drop In costs £10 per hour. Cost is per participant, there are no additional costs for accompanying parents/ carers.