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Jump for joy: the world’s longest urban trampoline is coming to London

Posted at 4:15 pm, November 26, 2014 in Fun London, News

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It looks like 2015 is going to be an epic year for Londoners, as we’re set to become the proud owners of the world’s longest trampoline.

Charity Architecture for Humanity has teamed up with TfL on ‘The Bounceway‘, and hopes that it ‘will boost fitness and fun, and provide a novel form of transport where the journey is the main event.’

The Bounceway is being funded by TfL and a crowdfunding campaign, and is part of the £1.8 million ‘Future Streets Incubator’ project, which invests in new ideas and aims to transform the streets and public spaces around London. So can the Granary Square Fountains be transformed into chocolate fountains? Or how about the ArcelorMittal Orbit actually becoming the crazy red roller coaster it so resembles?

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