"This unfortunately happened to me, I had moved and updated the address on my scooter but forgot the car (even though I was sure I had done it). It ended up costing me a fortune, the DVLA weren't interested that it was an honest mistake…"
"Posts about this man have come up several times on the Streetlife site. Local agencies are aware of him but I kind of got the impression from one of them (just my opinion) that solutions aren't always as simple as they appear."
Now that there is no tax disc to display in your windscreen, I guess it is easy to forget that car tax is due. I have seen quite a few clamped cars around Hampton today and I read the notice on one of them. Someone has been around and done a blitz on untaxed vehicles. Some people will be in for a nasty shock when they get home. See More
"I have a few memories of getting a bit "worse for wear" in a few Irish bars around the world. Sao Paulo rings a bell and there used to be a bar called PJ Carneys in New York (no longer there) where we had a lock in with the Irish bar…"
"Just an aside re Irish pubs. We were in Hanoi, Vietnam 2 years ago, the occassion being a family get together to celebrate a 60th birthday. There were about 30 of us from all over the world. UK, Ireland, Austalia, Japan etc, all with Irish…"
"Well of course Seamus who owns The Railway Bell is Irish so would be good point to start your enquiries. And you could check with Jane at the Jolly Coopers, she sometimes has things planned for events such as these."
I have a friend coming to stay for a few days and as thursday is St Patricks Day, we thought we would go to an Irish pub. Does anyone know of any in the area? It doesn't have to necessarily be Irish themed, Irish owned or run would be fine as I'm sure there would be a bit of atmosphere. I have a vague recollection of The Star in Hampton Hill having Irish owners but I'm not sure.See More