OUR HISTORY

Jump Space was established in 2008 by Marie Fisher and Lynsey McIntosh, two qualified trampolining coaches who set up the charity after identifying a gap in the recreational provision for disabled young people. Former Manchester City footballer Paul Lake came on board as our official Patron in 2010.

We initially operated from a network of local sports halls before securing our own premises on Hardman Street, central Stockport. The former warehouse was soon transformed into a bright, colourful and accessible play centre comprising a professional-standard trampoline gymnasium, a customised play area and a high-tech sensory room. Work was also undertaken on the first floor to create an office space and a café/viewing gallery area for parents and carers.

The centre was officially opened on October 20th 2010. Obtaining its own HQ has allowed us to grow and expand, and we are now delighted to welcome over 300 individuals through our doors each week.