STAFF at a Warwick trampoline park are jumping into action for Comic Relief.
The team at Jump In will need to have a real spring in their step when they don their pyjamas to take part in a national 24-hour Jumpathon relay with the company’s seven other UK sites.
And they’re inviting more jumpers to join them for their three-hour session at the Hermes Close park on Saturday (March 16), between 3pm and 6pm.
Other Red Nose fun on the day will include face painting, a cake sale and raffle with a hamper full of Jump In goodies up for grabs.
Jump In regional manager Rob Borg said: “We are delighted to be involved in Red Nose Day, raising money for so many special causes.
“We would love to see as many people as possible down here on the day showing their support to our staff who will be jumping for three hours non-stop.”
Comic Relief’s Red Nose Day, taking place on Friday, has invested over £1 billion since 1985, supporting people and communities in need in both the UK and overseas.
People unable to attend on Saturday can still support the Jumpathon. Visit www.justgiving.com/campaign/go-jump-in to donate.