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Job losses as leisure attraction closes

A trampoline park has announced its closure after only three years in business.

XJump, formally known as Jumptastic, originally opened in 2015 and is situated just off Metz Way, Gloucester.

In a statement released on the business's Facebook page, it said: "We are deeply saddened to inform our customers that we have been forced to close.

"This has been a very difficult decision as we have thoroughly enjoyed being part of the local community and engaging with all our fantastic customers of all ages."

They also added: "AirHop will be honouring any outstanding gift vouchers and future bookings, customers will be contacted in the next few days by their customer service team.

"We would like to thank our hardworking and dedicated team who have made XJump a friendly family attraction for all our guests. Our staff members would also like to thank our visitors for their ongoing support since we opened in 2015, we have enjoyed every moment."

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