'All my friends were there but I couldn't be there'
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We Are Vertigo discrimination case settled

A boy who was not allowed to use a trampoline because he has prosthetic legs has received a £2,500 settlement in a disability discrimination case.

Zack Gordon was seven when he visited the We Are Vertigo Trampoline Park in Newtownbreda, Belfast, in July 2017.

His family took legal action against the firm after Zack was refused access to the trampolines on safety grounds.

The firm said this was due to insurance restrictions and safety guidance from the trampoline manufacturer.

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  • 30 Oct 2019