Stevenage Air Space offer free sessions on World Book Day 2018

PUBLISHED: 16:51 27 February 2018 | UPDATED: 17:11 27 February 2018

Air Space in Stevenage is celebrating World Book Day 2018 by offering a free one-hour jump session. Picture: Air Space

Air Space in Stevenage is celebrating World Book Day 2018 by offering a free one-hour jump session. Picture: Air Space

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A Stevenage trampoline park is celebrating World Book Day 2018 by offering a free one-hour jump session when kids – or big kids – dress up as their favourite book character.

The free sessions at Air Space on Stevenage Leisure Park will take place throughout Thursday, March 1, saving £10.50 for guests who will also receive a complimentary bookmark.

David Stalker, Air Space (Oxygen Freejumping) chief executive officer, said: “We are delighted to be offering customers free entry on World Book Day 2018, when they arrived dressed as their favourite book character.

“As well as getting kids more active and healthy physically, we also understand the benefit of encouraging healthy minds, and reading is a great way of encouraging creativity in young people.”

For more information visit https://oxygenfreejumping.co.uk/locations/stevenage.

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