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Old 17-05-2010, 15:29
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Wink site for older caravan

can any one help me find a site that will take a older static caravan aprox 15 years old that i have just brought on ebay must accept children will look at most areas but near coast good and with or near amenitys .sorry new to this site maybee not in right section

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Old 24-05-2010, 12:35
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NOt sure if they are still taking them but Marine Holiday Park in North Wales were takeing any van last year.

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Hi most of the sites around skegness will pick your van up and site it for you on one of their sites ours is offering free ground rent too for the rest of this year too , may be worth looking into

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Old 20-07-2010, 09:11
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I'm not 100% sure, but Beeston Regis near Sheringham on the North Norfolk coast might.

Theoretically they have a 10 year (I think) age limit on vans but then it's on a case by case basis. There are vans there that are over 20 years old but very well looked after - the site just have the restriction so they have a way of kicking out people who let their vans get in a bad state.

They also definitely take children as there are two play parks on site. There are also steps straight down to the beach, and it's walking distance in to Sheringham for everything else.

Worth a phone call to find out at least.

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Hi there Totally Virgin to this site..I have a caravan that is 10 yrs old, just bought onthe site at Viewfield Manor Holiday Village in East Ayrshire ..to view website;. www.viewfieldmanorholidayvillage.co.uk....It is a really nic esite and child and animal friendly..close to all amenities

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Old 05-04-2011, 13:10
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An indicative area location of where the OP wants to be would be helpful i.e. Scotland,Cornwall,east,west
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Old 07-04-2011, 13:53
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Hi my partner just sited hes which was brought from a dealer in Sandybay, Towyn Wales, Lovely little site which is 3min walk to beach, funfair, arcades n take away, 2pubs n couple shops are outside gate. hes van is 10 years old and we can leave it on there up to 15more years if he wants.
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Hi my partner just sited hes which was brought from a dealer in Sandybay, Towyn Wales, Lovely little site which is 3min walk to beach, funfair, arcades n take away, 2pubs n couple shops are outside gate. hes van is 10 years old and we can leave it on there up to 15more years if he wants.
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In Skegness/Ingoldmells which is based on the East coast, we have a selection of parks including 'the Chase',The Grange, Summerlands,Sealands,Seaways (all these parks are Blue Anchor sites where there is no age restriction rule on the parks. Hope this helps
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