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Old 27-08-2012, 11:22
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Well we have signed on the dotted line and purchased our holiday home at South Lakeland Leisure Village.
Its a 2 bedroom lodge and has views of the lake.
I know its probably not the best time of the year to be buying but hey ho, the deed is done
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Old 27-08-2012, 11:35
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diddlyidi. Well done I hope you get many happy years from your new van.
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Old 27-08-2012, 11:38
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diddlyidi. Well done I hope you get many happy years from your new van.
Thank you.There is 45yrs remaining licence on it so hopefully will be able to enjoy if for a good number of years
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Old 27-08-2012, 11:40
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Sounds wonderful! congratulations

(you do realise you will have to post lots of photo's in the gallery now don't you?)
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Thats a long licence is it Park Resorts or Haven who own your site.
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Old 27-08-2012, 11:49
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Well we have signed on the dotted line and purchased our holiday home at South Lakeland Leisure Village.
Its a 2 bedroom lodge and has views of the lake.
I know its probably not the best time of the year to be buying but hey ho, the deed is done
I have to admit I am jealous Congratulations though, there is something more substantial about a lodge than a van! Half a year out of 45 aint much for your dream place.

They have a lot of lodges on our park and one day perhaps the lottery and/or Premium bonds will strike for us. There are 39 lodges on our park that have 40 years leases that are due up in 2018, so who knows We were walking past some of newer ones at the weekend between the showers and some of the Reivers have an extension to the roof that provides an awning at the front that you can sit outside on the deck during the showers instead of scurrying inside

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Ah its a Lodge thats why the lease is as long bluemax90 how are things going with your boat?
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Old 27-08-2012, 11:56
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Thats a long licence is it Park Resorts or Haven who own your site.
Its owned by Pure Leisure Group.Its a very nice well maintained site
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I need to get some insurance for it,thats the next job on my list of things to do
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Sounds wonderful! congratulations

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Yeah I will get some pics on there as soon as I can
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