THE OWNERS of one of the newest visitor attractions in Pembrokeshire are jumping for joy after welcoming over 40,000 visitors through the destination’s doors in just two months.

Hangar Five Trampoline Park in Haverfordwest opened in July of this year, after Kevin Howells and Mandy Freeman took a leap into the unknown following their retirement from farming in the county.

Since then visitors have poured in to the attraction, with 22,000 of them experiencing 10,000 square feet of interconnecting trampolines. Hangar Five also has a café, a mezzanine level seating area, a giant airbag, basketball slam dunk nets and disco lights.

Park Manager Rob James said: “We have been overwhelmed with the positive reaction from the public. To have 22,000 bouncers in such a short space of time is incredible. I am so proud of the team and the work that they have done over the summer.”

During the autumn and winter months there will be plenty on offer to appeal to visitors of all ages.

Kevin Howells, co-owner, said: “Our exercise classes are launching in October. We have also added Parent and Toddler sessions and Carer sessions to our calendar, in addition to Disco Nights, Hi NRG sessions for Over 14s and Pizza Thursdays – where everybody has a Pizza after bouncing!”

The Park currently employs 21 members of staff in a mixture of full and part time roles.