Win tickets to new trampoline park opening in Eaton Socon
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A brand new and exciting trampoline park is opening in Eaton Socon this month and The Hunts Post has teamed up with Xtreme360 to offer readers the chance to win one of six family tickets.
With something for everyone, Xtreme360 is the place to get fit and have fun. Just want to jump? Simply book a normal session and freestyle your way around all the areas of the park: dodgeball, slam dunk, jousting beam, foam pit, free jump, tumble tracks, and aero ball.
Want to get fit quick? Book onto one of our fitness classes and burn up to 1,000 calories per hour.
Have an under five to entertain? Then come to one of our mid-week term time toddler sessions to give your little one a run of the park without the fear of older kids getting in the way, and what better way to spend your Friday and Saturday nights than amongst friends at Xtreme360 disco night?
The lights go down and the music turns up for you to bounce and dance the night way. The park also has a mezzanine area to relax and watch the jumping, with a café serving hot and cold food and beverages, and party rooms to host your birthday or other special event. Grab a refreshment and chill in the large seating area with 50” TV, free wi-fi and power points. For more information and to book, just visit www.xtreme360trampolinepark.co.uk or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
A family ticket includes entry for four people to the venue – one of whom must be a responsible adult. The Hunts Post has six family tickets to give away.
To be in with a chance of winning one, answer the following question:
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Name the seven different areas of the trampoline park: Send your answer, name, full postal and e-mail address, and telephone number to Hunts Post, 30 High Street, Huntingdon, PE29 3TB, or e-mail email@example.com The closing date is July 15.