Region: Wales

Disabled Facilities: No

Category: Day Trip Destinations

Address: Hangar 5 Trampoline Park, Fishguard Road, Haverfordwest, Pembrokeshire, Wales SA62 4BY

Contact: 01437 700555

Website: http://hangar5.wales/

Description

We’re Wales’ first trampoline park!

We provide the only dedicated indoor trampolining experience for children and adults alike.

Full of interconnected trampolines, angled walls, roll-over platforms, slamdunk basketball nets, punch bags, trick airbag, party area and even our Hang 5 Café serving hot and cold refreshments.

Not only will you have heaps of fun, you’ll get fit and active at the same time.

Do you have a video on YouTube or anywhere else that you would like to link to?

We don’t have any videos that we have uploaded ourselves, however there are videos that have been posted by customers on to YouTube. We have uploaded a variety of photos and videos to our Facebook Page since we have opened.

Are you on Twitter, Facebook or any other social media?

https://www.facebook.com/hangar5wales

https://twitter.com/hangar5wales

https://www.instagram.com/hangar5_wales/

Snapchat: hangar5park

Exactly what does your venue offer to educational visits?

Hangar 5 has been immensely popular with schools and clubs due to its facilities and flexible arrangements. We offer schools brilliant packages such a s school trips, after school clubs and an hour’ bounce for rewarding hardworking pupils; which they always thoroughly enjoy.

We offer discounted rates for group bookings and also include food and drinks deals for the entire booking on request.

The bigger the group the bigger the discount!

Why you are you a great place for educational visits?

The Park consists of 104 interconnecting trampolines which enables the bouncer to bounce freely to one another. We have a lot to offer the school children for a bouce-tastic time which includes:

•             A large airbag

•             Basketball lanes where they can practice their skills

•             Angled wall trampolines to jump off

•             A dodgeball court and;

•             Hanging punch bags if they are brave enough to try and reach

Do you have the LOtC Quality Badge or any other accreditation such as AALA?

Quality Assured Visitor Attraction from Cymru (Wales)

What does a typical educational visit include?

As trampolining is one of the best man made fitness inventions of our time, it is a great way for the school children to exercise and learn about the benefits of fitness in their Physical Education lessons.

As we have over 100 trampolines in the Hangar the school children are able to learn about the physics of gravity while bouncing as high as they can and also simple math’s lessons.

As we are based in the beautiful County of Pembrokeshire, the school children will be able to to learn about leisure and tourism, and how it affects us at Hangar 5.

What group sizes do you cater for?

We can cater up to 80 on the trampolines and 145 in the seating area.

Are you happy for children to take photos, video or audio?

We allow cameras on the trampolines that are strapped harness across chest. We do not allow any loose items to be taken on as it can cause a hazard to themselves or others.

What is your process for booking pre arranged risk assessments?

Hangar 5 are able to post/email risk assessments, waiver forms and also the safety rules to schools.

What is the cost of the visit?

We cannot specify the cost of each visit since all our visits are different, due to varying numbers and preferences!

We can provide you with a quote if you contact us with some details regarding when you wish to visit and how many people are bouncing.

We always give a discounted rate to schools.

Is specific clothing required for the trip?

Once the pupils arrive at Hangar 5. A member of staff will give them each a pair of non- slip socks (included in the price). Typically, we do not have a strict clothing requirement but we do ask if the children do not wear clothes that will restrict them or get in the way of I.e. long baggie trousers or skirts.

We recommend to wear gym wear (T-shirt/vest and shorts) since once you start bouncing you get very hot.

Do you have first aid on site or will the group need to bring a qualified first aider?

All of our staff at Hangar 5 have been given training for Emergency First Aid at Work.

Please list facilities available.

We have a café area where we serve various meals, snacks, hot & cold drinks and also Hangar 5 Merchandise. A large viewing area upstairs, with a new extension which gets you closer to the action and a large seating area downstairs.

A child’s meal at Hangar 5 costs £3.99. There is a choice of fish fingers, Sausages, Vegetarian sausages, and chicken nuggets. All served with chips and a side of peas or beans. We also do jugs of squash for £1.00.

What are your disabled facilities?

We have disabled toilets and disable access to the café area. We’ve also have disabled access to our seating area.

Unfortunately, we don’t have a lift so wheelchairs are unable to access the upstairs viewing area.

What are your opening days and hours?

We are open 7 days a week.

Monday, Wednesday. Friday 11-8

Tuesday, Thursday 12-8

Saturday 10-8

Sunday 11-7

All year round

Times differ during school holidays.

We have a family hour the first hour of every day. Mainly catered for toddlers, as this is the only hour they are allowed on. 

Is there anything else that you feel is important and want to include in your information?

Tramlines are a great way for children of all ages to have fun and get fit with a rage of benefits on number of fronts

  • Trampolining increase your muscles’ strength and fitness.
  • The increase to your pulse rate brought about by jumping, brings more blood to your heart and increases circulation, ensuring that oxygen is pumped around your body more effective, making you feel healthier and more alert.
  • Bouncing is a great way to keep your weight down
  • Most importantly – it’s sooooo much fun!            

Quotes from Nasa

  “Bouncing is the most effective exercise yet devised by man”

A study from Nasa

“Bouncing on a trampoline is 68% more effective than jogging.


Age of Children / Pupils: Pre-school 5 – 7 years 8 – 10 years 11 – 13 years 14 – 16 years College University

Type of Visit: Sports Trampoline Park Team Building

Curriculum Topics Covered: Leisure & Tourism PE

Months Open: All Year Round January February March April May June July August September October November December


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