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Old 12-05-2011, 07:48
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whereabouts are the caravan parks that have annual fees of £1000 (we pay£2000)???
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Old 12-05-2011, 09:21
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Mine in Cumbria was £1250.Only a shower block and toilets and laundry room on site,but it is so peaceful.
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Old 12-05-2011, 13:28
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What about Silloth in Cumbria? There are a good few quiter sites around here, especially mine....tanglewood. I believe that deals are always being down, and the owner does do long term rentals too...good luck
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Old 12-05-2011, 13:50
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whereabouts are the caravan parks that have annual fees of £1000 (we pay£2000)???
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ours are just under £3000, i would love for the site fees to be cheaper but i went into it with my eyes wide open and knew that's what they were ( we get a discount if we pay by a certain date)

there is a link somewhere about site fees and what we all get changed..
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Old 12-05-2011, 13:59
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I found a site in Allonby on see front at around £950, siting caravan was £2500 and the site seemed very quite and well kept with a nice play area and sea front just over the road.
Alston £910
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I found a site in Allonby on see front at around £950, siting caravan was £2500 and the site seemed very quite and well kept with a nice play area and sea front just over the road.
Alston £910
aww well done grandmamac.... chuffed for you... did you say you had bought a caravan yet? sorry i cant remember , xx
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Old 12-05-2011, 15:55
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No still have'nt found a van, just spending a fortune in deisel looking, seen a sight last week had vans for sale cheapest was £6000 + £2000 site fees then it could only stay on site until 2014, well in my eyes that robbery. I am learning fast whats involved in getting a van but it has not put me off as I am sure if I keep my whits about me I will I will be ok as I am realistic about what to expect for my budget.
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No still have'nt found a van, just spending a fortune in deisel looking, seen a sight last week had vans for sale cheapest was £6000 + £2000 site fees then it could only stay on site until 2014, well in my eyes that robbery. I am learning fast whats involved in getting a van but it has not put me off as I am sure if I keep my whits about me I will I will be ok as I am realistic about what to expect for my budget.
yopu defo got to keep your witts about you and read any small print... when we got our van we used the advice on here to help with things..... ( couldn't barter it down much though but we liked the van we eventually bought and didnt want to risk it not being there the next time we went .......
we got it in writing how long we could keep it on the park for too,,,
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i dont know whether you have them up there but we have a site that has its older vans an all they charge are the site fees you dont apy for the van they are normally either a 1 bed or 2 bed but have you looked into this as an option im goin have a look for the company that offered that and see if its company wide for you
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Old 12-05-2011, 18:10
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Well that sounds very interesting Coral.
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