This flush fitted wheelchair trampoline is an excellent addition to our AbilityRange whilst promoting inclusive play and completing your playground with wheelchair friendly equipment. The truly inclusive trampoline can be used by all. The bevelled edges on both sides act as ramps allowing wheelchair users to move on and off the springy surface easily. Keeping safety a high priority our trampoline has been designed to eliminate any finger or hand traps. Comes fully assembled, complete with the base-frame and accessible ramps on both sides. For those tighter spaces weÂÂ've designed a smaller version of our original AbilityTrampoline! The square AbilityTrampoline comes fully assembled, including the base frame and the accessible ramps on both sides. This flush fitted wheelchair accessible trampoline is our newest addition to the Ability Range, promoting inclusive play and completing your playground with wheelchair friendly equipment.
GL Jones Playgrounds Ltd
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