Storage in South Devon

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  1. soaps

    soaps Read Only Funster

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    Hello, we used to store a few caravans for friends etc out the back of our house, there is plenty of room and its all on hardstanding. Its secure and can't be seen from the road and we would only charge £25 a month, and we'd always make sure the caravan/motorhome was always washed before it left! If any one is stuck for some storage, we may be able to help!
     
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    Johns_Cross_Motorhomes Trader - Motorhome & Accessory Sales

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    Nice offer but put up some PIR floodlights that will come on if ever any one comes in at night.

    Motorhomes in quantity attract bloody thieves now after the cat converters, we have been raided three times in the last month and lost about 30 cats.

    Unfortunately sign of the times now, Johns Cross will end up looking like Fort Knox with all the security fencing going up and razor wire all round the bottom storage yard and the back of the site. Another £10k having to be spent to protect our property.:cry::cry:

    Peter
     
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    What is the going scrap rate for a cat:Angry:
     
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    very little, a Chinese takeaway is you best bet ... :Laughing:
     
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  7. soaps

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    Oh dear, bloody theiving scum, drives me mad. Have got PIR floodlights up already, and you have to come up through a gate right infront of the house, and the dogs always let you know if anyone is about!! Trouble is nowadays, it doesnt matter what you do, if they want it bad enough they'll get it. We have had similar problems at our work (We sell vans).
    On a lighter note do you sell any sliding tv brackets??
     
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    I reckon £150 upwards easy???
     
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    Hi
    We are looking to purchase an Auto Trail Comanche (28'7") in March of next year. As we do not have our own parking area can you tell me where you are and how much you charge please?
    Thanks
    Fay
     
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