Four potential locations have been identified in Prestonpans for a pump track as shown on the map. All of the sites are council-owned and would be subject to planning permission:

  1. Preston Crescent
  2. Cemetery Park
  3. Cuthill Park
  4. Meadowmill
An aerial map image of Prestonpans showing the potential locations marked 1, 2, 3, 4


1 Preston Crescent

Preston Crescent offers a large area of open space with existing play facilities on site. Trees and the road provide a natural barrier to housing while remaining visible and good access and parking are available. The location is on the outskirts of town.

Photograph of green space at Preston Crescent bordered by trees on two sides


2 Cemetery Park

Close to Preston Lodge High School, Cemetery Park has existing play and multi-use games area on site. The large open space is in a central location although has limited parking and is close to houses and the cemetery. 

A photograph of the green space at Cemetery Park. The land slopes slightly to the left. Houses are visible on the far side.


3 Cuthill Park

Cuthill Park has existing play on the site however the large slope limits space available and it is close to existing houses and the bowling club.

A photograph of Cuthill Park. Trees are in the foreground on the right hand side and the land slopes down to the left. Housing is visible  on the far left and a play park on the right hand side.


4 Meadowmill

With extensive parking on site and good connectivity to active travel routes, Meadowmill offers enough space for a potentially larger site. It would not be overlooked by housing or residents however it's location outwith the town centre and proximity to trees and the Battlefield site may need consideration.

Photograph of space beside Meadowmill. A grassed area lies to the left of a path. Mature trees are in the boundary of the image.













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