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Old 06-01-2013, 17:27
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Hi all, my wife & I would like to try pastures new next season. I was wondering if anybody knows of any parks that would assist in moving the van from our present one to theirs?

I know Haven do it, but the site fees are a bit steep there aren't they? Does anyone know if Lyon's parks do a similar thing???
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Old 06-01-2013, 17:32
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Any ideas about location and what you want on the park.

The park I am on is trying to fill approx 100 plots and will take vans on
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Hi windy Pete

Couple or three questions

1 were are you based at the minute

2 were would you like to go

3what facilities do you require ?
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Hi windy Pete

Couple or three questions

1 were are you based at the minute

2 were would you like to go

3what facilities do you require ?
Is windy harbour where Tia is?
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Hi there, in the Reference hub there's a thread devoted to 'bring-ons' here http://www.gostatic.co.uk/showthread.php?t=3107

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Is windy harbour where Tia is?
did he say he was on Windy harbourTT?... i didnt see that bit unless i have missed it.... i know there are a lot of people that have gone off site/walked away at the end of last season though.....
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did he say he was on Windy harbourTT?... i didnt see that bit unless i have missed it.....
No Tia, I dont think you missed it, I think it was TT jumping the gun a bit (sorry TT )
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Can you please be more specific about where you are, what van you have, and where you want to go.... then im sure we can advise accordingly.
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No Tia, I dont think you missed it, I think it was TT jumping the gun a bit (sorry TT )
Just to put you right ...I looked at windy petes other posts on which he says he is on Windy Harbour
http://www.gostatic.co.uk/showthread...4795#post24795
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Ooops sorry guys! ... Yes I am at Windy harbour. As regards where we'd like to move to it would hopefully be within a couple of hours of Manchester at the most. North Wales is quite nice for instance.

Facilities wise, we have kids but we are staying quite open minded about facilities at the moment. And we have a 2002 Atlas 2 bedroom van. Oh and we have a small dog, so it must be pet friendly!!

Hope this helps a bit?

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