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Old 20-12-2011, 12:40
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Thanks Mike, if you can keep your recommendation up to date as well throughout the season, that would be really helpful,
Thank you, I'm glad you're happy now
roll on Spring!
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Well speaking for my park, Highfield Grange, they are still doing bring ons now, the sign is right in the entrance, still.
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Park resorts Sandy bay site in northumberland wanted 25% more rent for towons & 1 years rent in full no instalments.
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Hi everyone, well, as it says in the heading, we need YOUR eyes and ears to the ground to keep this thread up to date please.

This could prove to be invaluable for people wishing to move from their current site, so if we all keep looking and listening, jotting down details, that would be really helpful.

Together we can do anything!!

Please stay On-topic

Thanks guys and gals


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Cottage and Glendale at Port Carlisle Cumbria are offering to relocate your caravan for free in our local paper today.
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Thanks for the information, just what this thread is all about
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Hi everyone, could I ask you to keep your eyes and ears open so that we can keep this thread up-to-date please?
I've contacted some sites this morning, just waiting for replies to update...

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Neuadd Bridge Caravan Park Welshpool

Yes we do allow people to bring their own static onto the park.
Conditions are.
Age and Colour.
Caravans require to be 12 yrs old or less and they have to be environmental
green.
Costs for moving onto the park range from 700 - 4000 depending on the
pitch you choose.
Transport can be arranged by us and price for this starts at 300 and rises
depending on the distance.
For any other information please do not hesitate to call me on 07714 756645.
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Hi all, I just did a generalised search on Google to see if any more sites 'popped up' for anyone thinking about moving their static to another site.

Here's the search, and look what popped up...
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(search date 7th March 2012)

you could narrow your search by entering an area of course...
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This post has been copied from the Introduction thread, as it has useful info within it
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Hi - just joined this site, we have a van in france. bought it in the uk and arranged it to be moved via the sellers (sambecks caravans, essex) - the site we are on is Le Ragis, Challans - its VERY french, no bar, a family owned site, 3 swimming pools (take a look on their website) its on the vendee, so around 6-7 hour drive (from calais) once your over the water. weve been there 5 years now and still love it. there are around 6 english families with statics on the site so you wouldnt be on your own!

ok, onto the important bits - you will need to check re size of van and dont forget to ask re 'gate fee' as well as site fees (which many sites charge for people bringing their own vans - Le Ragis charge 1500 euros i think) - also check out other clauses such as selling on etc, much the same as you would do in the uk.

we are like you, we only use ours in the easter and main summer holidays and the odd week here and there. the outlaws use it from may to end of july !!! we dont sub let, though the site will do it for you (not supposed to do it 'independantly) and with site fees around 2010 euros its affordable without having to let it out. insurance via groupama is about 90 euros a year and electricity about 70 euros.

the only downside is that we cant use it as a 'weekender' as you could in the uk (if you lived close enough to where your van is)

if you need any more info etc drop me 'message' and i will respond asap - we dont speak french (though trying to learn) but manage, so dont worry too much about language problems

dave

ps, i have NO 'financial' interest etc in the site,

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We were at Silloth today in Cumbria. The Lido Holiday Park has some good offers on according to the salesman today. They will move your van for you at a cost of 750 and connect it up at their end. You would have to pay to have it disconnected on your old site. There is no age limit on their vans. They have starter vans for 5000. All vans they sell have been re-carpeted throughout and re-upholstered before they sell them on. They come with a gas and electric check and two gas bottles.
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