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moving back-caravan parks available

Old Oct 29th 2007, 2:55 pm
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Default moving back-caravan parks available

Hello All,
I am shazz101's husband. As you may be aware we are selling up and going to the UK for an undefined period of time next feb. Wife/kids uk passports, myself ancestry visa. Half the price of a settlement visa..
We have sold up and will by a house their. We are looking for a caravan park around the wigan/bury/bolton sort of area(we will buy around here) for a month at least till we buy. Many close down when we will be their. Does anyone know of any good but price conscious parks that are open in Feb and may take a dog if we havent purchased by the time it arrives. We would stay in one of the standard 2 bedroom type vans.

Many thanks in advance
Geoff
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Old Oct 29th 2007, 6:20 pm
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Default Re: moving back-caravan parks available

Originally Posted by geoff101
Hello All,
I am shazz101's husband. As you may be aware we are selling up and going to the UK for an undefined period of time next feb. Wife/kids uk passports, myself ancestry visa. Half the price of a settlement visa..
We have sold up and will by a house their. We are looking for a caravan park around the wigan/bury/bolton sort of area(we will buy around here) for a month at least till we buy. Many close down when we will be their. Does anyone know of any good but price conscious parks that are open in Feb and may take a dog if we havent purchased by the time it arrives. We would stay in one of the standard 2 bedroom type vans.

Many thanks in advance
Geoff
You could try googling holiday homes for rent. I found an agency in Kent when we first came back that rented cottages.
Good value, especially in the off season, for longish term (more then 2 weeks) and more comfy then a caravan.

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