During lockdown, a boy called Will threw balls of all sizes into a trampoline. He got in and bounced with them, celebrating wildly as he scored amazing goals against the net.
His Dad saw him and thought he needed something to aim at. So he cut up an old sheet, drew on some goals and targets and hung them up on the net with shoelaces. The boy loved it.
Then his sister Lucy came out to see what was going on. She wanted to throw things, not kick things. Dad realised if he removed the top middle tie from the sheet squares it left big pockets just hanging there on the net. The kids started throwing balls into the pockets from as high as they could jump. They made up games and played for hours until it started getting dark.
Then they all went in for a biscuit. Stroking Maia their dog, everyone realised how bare and dull the walls of trampoline nets had been all this time. The kids decided they wanted to make more.