Our state of the art, 3 level indoor soft play area is a fantastic addition to Jump Xtreme Trampoline park! There’s loads to explore from the ball pits, spiral slide, zip wire and 5M racing slide.

Here at That Fun Place we offer a fantastic soft play party package available for ages 0-12 years (we recommend the adults should even join in.. you’ll love it, trust us!)

To make a booking please call your local park to check availability and what offers we have on!

All our soft play parties are catered for in-house and the package includes:

  • 1.5hrs adventure play.
  • 30 minutes use of dedicated party room.
  • Hot or cold food options available.
  • Unlimited squash.
  • Sweet cone for each child.

Food options vary at both our parks:

Bolton food options include a choice between:

  • Selection of sandwiches.
  • Pizza or hotdog with chips.
  • Portion of cake.
  • Unlimited squash for the table.

Tamworth food options include a choice between:

  • Pizza & chips.
  • Chicken nuggets & chips.
  • Sausage & chips.
  • Fish fingers & chips.
  • Individual cupcake.
  • Unlimited squash for the table.

Your party meal will be served in either a dedicated party room or in a designated area in That Fun Place.

Our party packages start at just £9.95 per person from Monday-Friday and £11.95 per person on Saturday and Sunday for a minimum party of 10.

Cool down with Jump Xtreme and That Fun Place!

Here are a few simple steps to help cool yourself down!

Shut out the sun

Keep blinds and curtains closed during the day as a preventative measure to stop your room from overheating. There’s no windows in our parks so you won’t have that problem!

It’s advisable to step into the shade between 11am and 3pm as this is the hottest time of the day. In the UK, this is the time of the day where the sun is strongest.

Eat small meals regularly

Your body warms up as it works to process larger meals. Metabolic heat is needed to break down food, so eating smaller portions can help keep you cooler – we offer lots of choice in both our cafes!

Opting for lightweight cotton clothing is the best option when it’s scorching outside.

Avoid dark colours and keep summery with whites and creams, as these are more likely to reflect the sun’s radiation.

Keep hydrated

Sweating can cause dehydration, making you more susceptible to heat exhaustion and heat stroke.

Drinking cool glasses of water throughout the day can be enough to bring your body temperature down.

Breathe deep

Inhaling through the mouth and exhale through the nose to create a refreshing effect.

In theory, when taking in breath this way, your saliva should help cool the air before it’s taken to your lungs.