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Old 06-04-2017, 21:46
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Word of advice,if you search for blinds posts...be prepared for hours of reading
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Old 07-04-2017, 00:21
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Thank you for the link, rang & rang nearly all sites, to no avail. Everyone wants me to P/X my van, cant financially do that, its just under 3 years old.
If anyone knows of ANY site that is taking bring ons, please let me know.
I'm surprised you are having so much difficulty as I seem to remember some sites used to allow bring ons and just used to charge something like a gate fee, our old site used to anyway.
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Old 07-04-2017, 19:46
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Hi, as my old girl has new owners, I didn't feel it was right to keep the internal photos public.

There's a huge thread on here called "modernising an old girl" which has a massive amount of hints and tips from members past and present. It was rather a chatty thread, so you might be better to use the search button within the thread for particular things eg reupholstery, or blinds, carpets etc.
Hope this helps.

If you can't find it just ask on the forum, or drop me a pm

Happy reading!

Ahhh right that explains why I can't see it! I had already found the !New old Girl' thread and I'm still working my way through it !! Many thanks for replying x
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Yes, tried North too, we are in the West Midlands, so we are central to travel any where, our van is in Great Yarmouth, transporting fees are not a problem, its just trying to find somewhere
Have you tried Patrington Haven, near Hull, HU12 0PT. They allow bring-ons and charge a set fee 2850 which covers disconnection, transport up to 50 miles, resiting, steps, aerials, gas and electricity tests and connection.
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Ahhh right that explains why I can't see it! I had already found the !New old Girl' thread and I'm still working my way through it !! Many thanks for replying x

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Old 24-04-2017, 09:54
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I'm surprised you are having so much difficulty as I seem to remember some sites used to allow bring ons and just used to charge something like a gate fee, our old site used to anyway.
Still had no luck re siting. Thought we had found a lovely pitch in Newquay but 10.000 for the pitch, plus transport, connection, worked out to expensive
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Does anyone know of a park in East Anglia (hopefully) that will take a 13 ft wide by 38 ft Chatsworth ABI,11 years old perfect condition .the 13 ft width seems to be a barrier.

It is currently sited on the Manor Park holiday park in Hunstanton site fees huge and stopped many vans of its age from being let through their "service" want to move or sell it

Please advise and/or point me towards advice on this forum that's relevant Thanks Dol
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Old 17-07-2017, 19:23
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Does anyone know of a park in East Anglia (hopefully) that will take a 13 ft wide by 38 ft Chatsworth ABI,11 years old perfect condition .the 13 ft width seems to be a barrier.

It is currently sited on the Manor Park holiday park in Hunstanton site fees huge and stopped many vans of its age from being let through their "service" want to move or sell it

Please advise and/or point me towards advice on this forum that's relevant Thanks Dol
you might want to try tingdene park at oulton broads..
https://www.tingdenelifestyleparks.c...festyle-parks/
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Can't recommend Seaview Holiday Village at Polperro highly enough - we bought there in March this year. There's no age limit on vans, it's dog friendly, child friendly, gorgeous views and really close to both Looe and Polperro. Definitely worth asking if they allow bring-ons?
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Hi. I'm new to this site. We bought a second hand caravan a year ago from park resorts (now parkdean) in Romney Sands, Kent - it's a Altas Moonstone, circa 10 years old, and fell for the 'free' site fees when I purchased it and I could rent it out, which we never did, nor really want to. However we don't use the pool or or club house any more so don't Rae ally need to pay for the novelty has worn off. just like a quiet place to get away with the dogs.

But as I moved house this year to Brighton from london due to my job, and spending a fortune on the new house, I can't really afford the site fees there as it's pushing 5k a year, and we've hardly used the van this year at all.

Do like the van being on the south coast of Kent, as it close family, who don't like our dogs, but happy to move further up north, if it's cheaper provided its only about 3 hours drive away. My dad only pays 2000 up in Portpatrick. Love to move before the end of the year so I don't have to pay 2018 fees. Our site has all done down hill since the take over by parkdean.

Any help would be greatly appreciated

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