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Old 29-03-2016, 20:31
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Default Still looking for a decent caravan in Anglesey or Lancashire

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First post, so hello everybody, been reading this site for a while and picked up some good tips.

To the point.. we are after buying a caravan in Anglesey, site fees of around 2500. We have a budget of around 10k plus site fees, can push a bit more if it was the right van. Would prefer a site without age limits or with at least 10 years left on the park.
We would also consider the Lancashire coast.
If anybody has one for sale or knows of any suitable parks that meet the above criteria, please contact me.
Thanks for reading
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Old 29-03-2016, 22:55
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.have you looked online?i,ll ask around the forum for you.
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Old 29-03-2016, 23:14
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Hi,
First post, so hello everybody, been reading this site for a while and picked up some good tips.

To the point.. we are after buying a caravan in Anglesey, site fees of around 2500. We have a budget of around 10k plus site fees, can push a bit more if it was the right van. Would prefer a site without age limits or with at least 10 years left on the park.
We would also consider the Lancashire coast.
If anybody has one for sale or knows of any suitable parks that meet the above criteria, please contact me.
Thanks for reading
Jon
to the forum Jon.

If you use Facebook then the following group may be if interest.

Static Caravans For Sale

I have recenly joined and must receive at least 20 posts every day advertising statics around your budget figure..plenty based on sites in Lancs and the North Wales.
( I have no affiliation with the group )

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Old 30-03-2016, 00:04
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Cheers people, we don't use Facebook or any other social media, we're not dinosaurs, just cannot be bothered with it.
Thanks for looking Mick, and any referals would be appreciated faymoore.
We have seen plenty for sale in North Wales, but want Anglesey, or Lancashire coast, we would also consider Cumbria, so we are open to options.
We have used a site in Anglesey for 20 years, so comfortable with the area, but love Lancs and Cumbria.

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Old 30-03-2016, 08:19
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Hi,
First post, so hello everybody, been reading this site for a while and picked up some good tips.

To the point.. we are after buying a caravan in Anglesey, site fees of around 2500. We have a budget of around 10k plus site fees, can push a bit more if it was the right van. Would prefer a site without age limits or with at least 10 years left on the park.
We would also consider the Lancashire coast.
If anybody has one for sale or knows of any suitable parks that meet the above criteria, please contact me.
Thanks for reading
Jon
Hi Jon, you could try the site I'm going on. Fold House caravan Park at Pilling, Lancashire. Quite near the coast. No age limit. Fees for this year 2000 + VAT. They have a couple of vans for sale at 11,750 and 11,950. Take a look on line, it might suit you. You could make them an offer and see what happens.

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Old 30-03-2016, 09:51
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if ang is around she,s the expert for north wales.
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Old 30-03-2016, 18:53
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hope this helps
http://www.lloydscaravans.co.uk/cara...arks-anglesey/
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Old 31-03-2016, 21:51
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Cheers for info Mosquito, just been on the website for fold house park, it looks decent, but we have 2 dogs and the website states guide dogs only.
Cheers anyway
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Cheers for info Mosquito, just been on the website for fold house park, it looks decent, but we have 2 dogs and the website states guide dogs only.
Cheers anyway
Sorry Jon, yes ,no dogs allowed unless guide dogs.
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Old 01-04-2016, 20:54
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My fault mate, I didn't stipulate our needs. We are a couple in our 40s'. No kids but need a kid friendly site for nephew's, and we have two dogs.
Don't want anything singing and dacinng, but don't want anything too small either. A bar and shop would be ideal but not essential. Also , something with walks directly from the site.
Not that we are fussy ?
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