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London is getting a trampoline park. Click through to check out our snaps of this polypropylene playground.

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The park features a trampoline dodgeball court.

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This obstacle course is full of foam.

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The park is home to several areas of connected trampolines, of the kind of you can see here.

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Rules state only one person is allowed on each square of trampoline at once.

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These angled trampolines around the side bring more bouncing potential.

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There's plenty of scope to experiment, but the park recommends not trying "advanced moves that are beyond you." Safety first, y'know.

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These rather uncool yellow socks are a requirement -- they're important both for extra grip and for hygiene purposes.

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The park is located in Acton, in West London.

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Leaping into this enormous air bag is a definite highlight.

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Although getting out isn't always the most dignified process.

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When you're tired of bouncing, there's a suspended ladder and rope swings above foam pools to keep you occupied.

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Trampolines plus basketball hoops make for some excellent dunking opportunities.

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Bludgeon your opponents and keep control of this strategically-important beam, using a foam-covered paddle.

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The post-bounce sensation in our bones serves as a sobering reminder that we're not as young as we once were. Luckily there's space to grab a coffee and watch everyone else bounce.

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Oxygen Freejumping opens on 20 July, 2015.

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