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Old 06-02-2014, 00:19
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Just wondering what the various parks around the country charge and what you get.

Ours is 1780 a year inc water, park maintenance, refuse collection. Gas and electricity charged separately. Open 11 months of the year.
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Old 06-02-2014, 06:34
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Just wondering what the various parks around the country charge and what you get.

Ours is 1780 a year inc water, park maintenance, refuse collection. Gas and electricity charged separately. Open 11 months of the year.
That's very reasonable, which site is that.

Ours are 2450 plus rates of 380 which we are happy with considering the location.
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Old 06-02-2014, 08:08
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Mill Farm near Wenlock Edge.
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Old 06-02-2014, 09:59
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we are now on a large 12 month park,but in a private section of it away from the hustle and bustle of the holiday section.
our charges are,with rates etc.,approximately 4,550 per year.
however,as we upgraded,we negotiated a 550 a year permanent discount,with a years free site fees,and as we were only offered 1,500 in part/ex for our old van,we negotiated another years site fees for our old van.
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Mill Farm near Wenlock Edge.
I know this area very well. Plenty of lovely areas to visit, Much Wenlock, Ironbridge, Shrewsbury, Bridgnorth, Ludlow and that's just scratching the surface

Reasonably priced site fees as well
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Old 06-02-2014, 13:10
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We've done some of the above. We love the butchers in Much Wenlock and the Indian restaurant isn't bad either!
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We've done some of the above. We love the butchers in Much Wenlock and the Indian restaurant isn't bad either!
Seem to remember them having a bakery also and having some excellent bread.

Without doubt IMO, your caravan is based in a great part of the country and Shropshire has a lot to offer with loads of different places to visit. Should be some time before you have exhausted places to see. Enjoy
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Sunny Sands - Barmouth


Site fee 2,388
Rates & water 304
Refuse disposal 185
Bridge Access fee 48

Total Net 2,925

VAT 585

Grand total

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3,510

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Interesting reading Angie but bridge access fee? Do you get the bridge fee waived if you have an ark?
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We've done some of the above. We love the butchers in Much Wenlock and the Indian restaurant isn't bad either!
There's a great antiques emporium in Bridgnorth Low Town and another in Church Stretton.
My Fees are the cheapest around I think. 764 including rates, water and refuse disposal. We have 2 laundries on site and 2 shower blocks for the 10 touring pitches. We're 5 miles from nearest town but right on the beach. There's no club house but there's the barn suite where they play bingo on Saturday and Wednesday evenings and anyone who plays an instrument can take it along and they have a sing song after the bingo.
It doesn't have much but has everything I need and is really well kept.
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