Fancy raising some money for charity and having a great time in the process?
Oxygen Freejumping trampoline park in Acton is holding a charity weekend to raise money for Centre point, from World Smile Day on Friday (October 7) to World Mental Health Day on Monday (October 10).
To help Centre Point in its campaign for better mental health support for homeless young people across London, and in support of World Mental Health Day on Monday, the trampoline venue is asking everyone to snap a selfie in the park and share on social media to raise awareness for the cause.
For every person that gets involved, Oxygen will donate an hour's free jumping to Centre Point; the park is aiming to donate 100 hours of free jumping - worth over £1000 - to the charity, and is encouraging locals to take part and smash the target.
Chris Welch, general manager at Oxygen Freejumping, said: "With World Smile Day followed so quickly by World Mental Health Day it struck us an opportunity to raise some support and awareness for a great cause.
"Awareness of mental health is something we're especially supportive of at Oxygen, and with the amount of endorphins released by freejumping, it's a great way to exercise with a smile on your face!
"We're encouraging everyone to come down over the weekend and help us fundraise for this amazing charity - we'll see you there!"
To encourage locals to get on board, until Monday trampolining sessions are £10 (20% saving using code SMILEY).