Axis Trampoline and Gymnastics Club was originally established as an independent club in 2005, and operated for three years under the banner of Team Bath Evolution Trampoline Club (who Olly competed for during his competitive career). In 2008 the club was rebranded as Axis Trampoline Club, and further rebranded as Axis Trampoline and Gymnastics Club in 2015 when we moved into our dedicated premises and started delivering more than just trampolining. Since our inception, we have worked hard to establish ourselves as Bristol's biggest and most successful competitive trampoline club.

After 9 years of setup/setdown sessions at Ashton Park School and after starting with two tired old trampolines and a couple of push in mats, we expanded the club from two nights per week to full time operation when we moved to Redwood Hotel and Leisure Club. After a successful expansion, the club was sadly made homeless in August 2014 when Redwood Hotel closed unexpectedly! After moving back to Ashton Park School, we worked very hard to secure new premises, moving into our own dedicated centre in January 2015, and re-branded as Axis Trampoline & Gymnastics Club. This move enabled the club to expand its sessions and services and we now runs classes in a wide range of gymnastic disciplines including Trampolining, General Gymnastics, Double Mini Trampoline, Pre-School, Tumbling, Freestyle Gymnastics (Freestyle), Gymfit, Trampoline Wall and Aerial Circus.

Axis Trampoline and Gymnastics Club is a not-for-profit community-based club whose purpose is to get as many people in the community from pre-school through to adults involved in our full range of fantastic gymnastics disciplines, promoting both participation and fun at all levels. We welcome beginners of all ages and with our younger members we work towards the British Gymnastics Fundamentals and Proficiency Award Schemes which encourages the children to achieve goals and gain awards.

About Axis Trampoline & Gymnastics Club

Axis Trampoline and Gymnastics Club works with Bristol schools, Bristol leisure centres & other recreational trampoline clubs in Bristol to help develop trampolining in Bristol and the surrounding area. We have a friendly and approachable environment with lessons involving learning and play to develop good social skills as well as a high standard of performance. We run recreational trampolining sessions alongside our competitive squads which gives inspiration to those new to the sport.

We are a regional centre of excellence in all of the rebound disciplines (Trampoline, Tumbling and Double Mini Trampoline), producing regional, national and world class competitors who regularly medal in their respective disciplines. We have long-term development plans to develop members of the club at a consistent rate to produce a firm base on which to build a successful competitive trampolinist.


Axis takes the mental, emotional, social and physical welfare of its members very seriously. We have adopted from British Gymnastics (the NGB for Trampolining and Gymnastics in the UK) all of the required policies (and more - including the prestigious Club Mark accreditation) to ensure the safety and well-being of all our members at all times, which we hold as a gold-standard for our day-to-day operation.

Adopting a holistic approach to gymnast welfare ensures that we are supporting and developing great human beings as well as great athletes, and nothing is more important to us than getting this essential part of the process of working with young people right! We hope that our approach not only gives confidence to any parent wishing to bring their child to us, but also to the wider community of our resolve in operating a safe space to work and train in every day!

If you have any questions or concerns regarding the welfare of any member of the club, our designated Welfare Officer, or any other member of our Welfare Team can be contacted on 0117 9661878 or by email on

Alternatively, if you would prefer, you can contact the British Gymnastics Integrity Team directly on 0845 1297129 or by email at

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