I won't be around either... I'll be back in the US, hence access to a machine shop.
Subject to available machine time though: summer used to be the slow season when I worked there but that may have changed (there's no inherent reason it should be, it just happened that way with their particular mix of customers at the time.)
Actually, if you've got prints for the stuff you want made, I can put you in touch with the owner, drop me a PM.
Yeah, setup and programming are most of what drives the cost up for one-offs and small runs. People associate CNCs with precision and think they're automatically better and faster at everything, but to be honest unless a one-off job really needs
a CNC (say for contour work), it's probably going to be cheaper/faster to make manually. Think Bridgeport and an engine lathe with readouts...
...which I don't have in my garage yet either unfortunately