Meaty, beaty big and bouncy centre coming to Scotland
New trampoline centre will be in former abbatoir
Blimey. Scotland is to get another trampoline park, this one gives children the chance to have lots of laughs on the site of a former pig abattoir.
Work is progressing to clear the site of the former slaughterhouse to make way for a new trampoline park called Infinity, which already has centres in Inverness and Cardiff, and is adding its third on Great Western Road, Buckie, at the site of the former Grampian Pork slaughter house.
The centre will include a large main area with around 80 trampolines, a dodgeball court, a large pit filled with foam blocks, a battle for gladiator-style duels over the pit and a dedicated parkour area. The centre will also hold fitness classes and sessions for younger children and for those with additional needs.
Meat processing will not be among any of the themes we are assured. And jokes about ‘hampolining’ are not allowed.