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18.5m sprung tumble track for rent
Wednesday 12th of March 2014, 07:52
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212.183.140.60 | Wed 18th May 2011 - 07:39
 
We have for rent an 18.5m tumble track for days, weekends or longer hire.

Tracks can come with or without a tumble coach and will be delivered and collected.

The track is a foam block panel track with a rebound quality of 95% sprung floor (spring)

for info contact

clive @ 360tumble@gmail.com
 
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77.86.81.126 | Wed 18th May 2011 - 09:43
 
Is there somewhere we can go for costs?
 
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62.231.136.1 | Wed 18th May 2011 - 14:54
 
Costs are based on location and the amount of time you require the track. Email for a guide quote including your location.

Prices are lower then you may expect.

360tumble@gmail.com
 
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86.16.27.155 | Thu 19th May 2011 - 23:26
 
can we ask where you are based?
 
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212.183.140.61 | Fri 20th May 2011 - 10:54
 
LONDON - READING - OXFORD
 
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2.216.37.179 | Mon 23rd Apr 2012 - 19:58
 
i live in ruislip, london how much would it cost roughly??
 
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2.219.164.221 | Mon 23rd Apr 2012 - 21:28
 
I think it might help you to give some estimates on cost as you have posted on here first. Location south/midlands/northwest/ for a weekend/one day and with/without a coach etc.
 
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2.223.48.39 | Mon 23rd Apr 2012 - 21:31
 
Southeast - weekend
 
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2.223.48.39 | Mon 23rd Apr 2012 - 21:31
 
without coach
 
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89.240.203.64 | Tue 24th Apr 2012 - 09:32
 
midlands - weekend - no coach?
 
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95.146.164.157 | Tue 24th Apr 2012 - 20:29
 
Hi, im from a squad based in ruislip. we have our own tumble track and gym coaches. im sure we would be able to help you out if you would like more info please contact me via this forum :)
 
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82.24.166.65 | Tue 11th Mar 2014 - 23:45
 
hi i am from witney in oxfordshire how much would it be to rent it out for a day on the weekend plz contact jazminlenney@yahoo.com
 
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82.24.166.65 | Tue 11th Mar 2014 - 23:46
 
without a coach as well but maybe and adult
 
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92.40.249.53 | Wed 12th Mar 2014 - 07:52
 
Clearly the OP is not willing to post costs on here.
 
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