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Where to get car number plates in SE1?

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Thursday 5 July 2007 3.58pm
I've got to get some new number plates for our old car before we get rid of it.

Does anyone know where I can get number plates made up in SE1 please?

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Thursday 5 July 2007 4.00pm
Northwoods on Newington Causeway (by railway bridge)
Thursday 5 July 2007 4.21pm
Of course! I walk past there if I ever get the tube, but I never pay it any attention. Great. Thanks Julie.

(Now we've just got to get rid of the car!)

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Thursday 5 July 2007 7.48pm
Mum turned an old car she had into a greenhouse ... or you could cut the roof off, open the boot, fill it with soil and increase Ivanhoe Acres quite considerably
Friday 6 July 2007 9.13am
That's a fabulous idea. A really great idea.

Only problem is that the car actually works and so I'm loathe to trash it. We don't use it anymore, and I want to find it a new home.

But once it's gone we'll have a parking space that we could fill with pots.....

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Friday 6 July 2007 9.18am
Ivanhoe wrote:
we'll have a parking space that we could fill with pots.....
A bit like this:
http://www.rebargroup.org/projects/parkingday/around.html

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Friday 6 July 2007 11.04am
Oh James! That's marvellous. I think it's really got to be done. In fact, it's just the kind of thing to give me a much-needed kick up the behind to get on and find the car a new owner.

Of course, I could always combine your idea and Julie's idea and go for something like this

http://www.rhs.org.uk/hamptoncourt/2007/exhibitors/showgardens/anthonysamuelson.asp

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