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TRAMPOLINES

Trampolines are used extensively for disabled children in what's known as Rebound Therapy, which aids balance and leg strength. Whilst the use of a trampoline can be extremely beneficial to a child with special needs, great care needs to be taken and safety advice follwed. Please see below for safety advice.

TRAMPOLINES FROM WOOLWORTHS
Tokyo Rectangular Trampoline 7ft x 5ft
Safety Low Height
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14ft trampoline combo deal

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12 Foot Trampoline And Enclosure

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Giant Trampoline
with safety handle

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Family Trampoline
available sizes
8ft, 10ft and 12ft
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Mini exercise trampoline

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The Mad Dash 10ft or 12ft Trampoline SE Package Deal
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Trampoline covers
in all sizes

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Trampoline
8ft  Round
12ft Round
14ft Round
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Nairobi Rectangular Trampoline
10ft x 7ft

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Dora Talking Trampoline

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Trampoline enclosures, ladders
& more

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Prices range from £14.99 - £240
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CHILDREN'S TRAMPOLINES FROM PREZZYBOX
Super Tramp Prince
Super Tramp Senior
Super Tramp Super Bouncer
Springtime
Monkey

Prices range from £135 to £1595
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CHILDREN'S TRAMPOLINES FROM JOHN LEWIS
Canberra Trampoline
Super Tramp King Trampoline
Super Tramp Frog Trampoline
Super Tramp Senior Trampoline

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CHILDREN'S TRAMPOLINES FROM LETTERBOX
Big Bouncer Trampoline and surround. Free delivery to UK
£175
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Round Trampoline
10ft
12ft
14ft
from £180
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Bounce Around net surround for 10ft, 12ft & 14ft trampolines

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Protective Covers
10ft
12ft
14ft
from £35
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Trampoline Safety Advice

Great care needs to be taken when using trampolines as accidents can easily happen if safety measures are not followed.


      Safety features and positioning of trampolines
  • Clear the surrounding area around the trampoline of objects and do not position near trees, fences, poles, house or conservatory.
  • Set where an energy-absorbing surface (for example, tall grass) surrounds it.
  • Buy and use a frame pad that covers the entire area of the spring system.
  • If possible, lower the height to ground level by putting trampolines in a pit.
       Before use of trampolines
  • Talk to your children about the rules for using a trampoline.
  • Tell your children about the risks of not using them properly.
  • Remove any necklaces or jewellry.
       During use of trampolines:
  • Make sure your children have proper training before they start to do flips and other stunts.
  • Never allow more than one person on the trampoline at a time.
  • Make sure an adult supervises at all times.

 

MORE TRAMPOLINE SAFETY ADVICE

The Royal Society For The Prevention of Accidents
Trampoline Safety Factsheet - CLICK HERE

British Gynmastics Org.
Garden Trampoline Safety - CLICK HERE

FOR CLEAR PRACTICAL CONSUMER ADVICE
ConsumerDirect.gov.uk- CLICK HERE

 

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