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We are a fun and friendly club for people of all abilities from complete beginners to elite athletes. It really doesn’t matter if you haven’t bounced since school, think you’re useless or if you’ve never even bounced before – everyone’s welcome and encouraged to join us!

So whether you want to continue an interest in the sport, just keep fit or try something new, trampolining is an ideal sport for you! We offer coaching to those who want it and also offer the opportunity to compete at various friendly and serious competitions at other Universities throughout the year.

We also have regular socials organised by our social secretaries, go out for club meals and take part in fundraising activities. These events are a great way to meet new people and really get involved in our club spirit! 

How to join:

1. Join our Facebook page to keep updated with our sessions available and our socials.

2. Come along to our sessions!

We have two sessions: Members and activeUS

- Our Members Session runs on a Sunday from 4 - 6pm and requires a membership to attend. If you would like a membership, click the link above to purchase one!

(If you are an associate member (non-student) and wish to join, create a guest account and add the membership to your basket. You can then add the correct associate membership fee.)

- Our ActiveUs Session runs on a Sunday from 6 - 8pm and only costs a £1!

- We also have a competition squad which train on Thursdays at 6 - 8pm. We look for all abilities. If you are interested in trying out, join our facebook page to see when try outs will take place.


Captain: Molly Wheal

Molly is our Captain and is responsible for assisting in the running of our club. Molly works with the Students Union and the coaches to set up and run training sessions. 

To contact Molly, you can contact her using: mkw26@sussex.ac.uk

Events Secretary: Emily Smalley

Emily is our Events Secretary and is responsible for the planning and organisation of our competitions.

To contact Emily, you can contact her using: es471@sussex.ac.uk

Secretary: Joseph McDonnell

Joe is our Secretary and is responsible for our club funds and works to ensure the club has enough money to go to competitions, run training sessions and purchase new resources. 

To contact Joe, you can contact him using: jm798@sussex.ac.uk

Social Secretary: Pennelope Richards

Penny is our Social Secretary and is responsible for organising socials. Our socials are a mixture of alcoholic and non-alcoholic events, so there is something for everyone! 

To contact Penny, you can contact her using: pr243@sussex.ac.uk

Welfare and Inclusivity Officer: Abigail Lindsay

Abi is our Welfare and Inclusivity rep and he is responsible for the welfare of our club members and ensuring each member is included in the society. If you have any issues outside or within trampolining, Abi is your point of contact and he'll help you to seek support or advice! 

To contact Abi, you can contact her using: asl26@sussex.ac.uk

Contact Us:

For general queries about Trampolining, please email: trampolining@clubs.sussexstudent.com




Leaf Awards

What is the Leaf Scheme?
Leaf awards reflect contributions of the society or sports club towards its members, the University of Sussex Students’ Union, the University of Sussex, the local community and the public. Leaves can be attained at bronze, silver or gold levels by meeting three, six or nine criteria. Leaves apply for an academic year as a symbol of what the present committee have achieved.

Groups can work towards nine leaves:

CLICK HERE to see our current ranking in the Leaf Award Leader Board.


Below are the Leaves that have been achieved by previous committees:


Inclusivity Leaf

The Inclusivity Leaf is awarded to groups who have taken positive steps to increase the diversity of their membership and include as many members as possible. They have made specific efforts to include students that don’t traditionally engage, without ignoring or neglecting their current membership or other student groups.


Social Leaf

The Social leaf is awarded to groups who have taken active steps to include as many members as possible and regularly engage in various social activities, including those organised by - and with - other societies/sports clubs.


Fundraising Leaf

The Fundraising Leaf is awarded to groups who dedicate their time to organising a variety of different fundraisers. Groups who have achieved this leaf will have raised money for their own group or another group at Sussex to help fund themselves to expand and develop, as well as for local, national & international.



Trampolining has been awarded the Bronze social leaf award by the Students' Union in recognition of the fun and engaging social activities they put on for their members (2016/17)





Please remember to purchase your Students Union Trampolining membership if you are attend general training (Sundays 4pm-6pm) and/or squad sessions (Thursday 5pm-7pm)... Or £1 each week for ActiveUS members (Sundays 6pm-8pm)!

Join us

Memberships will be available from September
  • Trampolining Standard Membership£80.00


Captain: Molly Wheal

Events Secretary: Emily Smalley

Social Secretary: Penny Richards

Welfare Officer: Abi Lindsay

Secretary:  Joe McDonnell




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Other useful contacts

Activities Officer - Becky Doran

Email: activities@sussexstudent.com
Office: Activities Centre, 1st floor, Falmer House

Sports Development Manager - Sarah Hall

Email: sarah.h@sussexstudent.com
Phone: 01273 877322
Office: Activities Centre, 1st floor, Falmer House

Sports Assistant - Kira Couzens

Email: kira.c@sussexstudent.com
Phone: 01273 873387
Office: Activities Centre, 1st floor, Falmer House

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