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Hi we are in the early stages of looking into changing our premises and was wondering if anyone has done this and got any advice . We are currently running in a church hall but are very limited with sessions therefore we wanted somewhere where we could offer am/pm sessions as well as full day. I have got a meeting on monday with a headteacher of a school who has said there is land for us to put a building up which we will have to get alot of funding for. i dont even no where to start!

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We too are hoping to get our own premises. We currently work in the school hall and the Head and governers have said we can have land for a mobile (the Head would really like his hall back!)


We have started a building fund as every new committee would start all enthusiastic then realise how much money we needed to buy one and would quietly shelve the idea. At least now a bit of money goes into the fund and it is starting to build up (We have checked the legality of this and it is all fine and above board)


Does anyone know where we can get a second hand mobile building and what it might cost? Is there anything we should know?

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This company do new, used and also hire of portable units.




Hope it helps


Interesting. Don't think we can afford to hire one but will definitely get in touch with them when we have enough funds to get a used one. they don't seem to have any prices on the used ones though. :(

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