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April 21 2009

VW Leisure submit pleasure park plans
VW Leisure Ltd and Dunard Design Ltd have submitted plans to build Scotland’s first large-scale leisure park to be powered by wind and geothermal energy.  

Situated on a former sand and gravel quarry the site aims to provide parents from across the central belt with the choice of a wide range of activity based pursuits.  

Facilities set to make a splash include a sailing school conducting lessons on how to Kayak, sail wind-surf and water-ski.  

Kids are also likely to strike a bee-line for the outdoor activity centre which will include a Trojan horse slide, wooden forts, a 100ft sailing ship and overhead climbing frames.

A park lodge and restaurant on the waterfront and 33 New England style log cabins will be available to hire for wedding receptions and other functions.

Subject to approval the £15m park could commence construction in West Lothian by winter 2009 and is scheduled to complete by summer 2011.

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