A new trampoline park will open on the Lincolnshire coast if a group of business people are given their way.
A planning application has been submitted to open the 13,000 square foot attraction as part of the new Hardy's Farm mega caravan site at in Anchor Lane in Ingoldmells.
Cheap indoor trampoline park would be able to accommodate 85 people an hour and it is hoped that it will be fully up and running by Spring or Summer this year.
Stuart Hardy, of Hardys Farm Limited, said he 'got talking' to Jonathan Graves and business partner Nicholas Burton, who are behind the Jump Warriors scheme after their planning applications were heard at the same committee meeting.
“We got speaking to each other and we felt the trampoline park is the sort of thing we need in the area - and is very complimentary to what we do. It just made a lot of sense to everyone for us to team up.
“It’s a good thing for the resort. They are hoping to reopen sometime in the next season. It all depends on how long East Lindsey need for planning permission. We’re hoping to be open by Spring.
“It’s going to be bigger and better.
“There will be 60-70 car parking spaces allocated to Jump Warriors, a cafe and multi-use trampoline park and activity centre including all that was on the previous application – climbing walls, trampolines, jump towers, and last man standing.
“We’ll be putting in a very, very expensive disabled lift to get people onto the trampoline level. There will be a children’s party room and exercise classes.
“It’s on Anchor Lane so hopefully we’ll get all the Butlin’s trade.
“We are going to be the first attraction on the new Hardys Farm project. It’s really exciting plans.”