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supertigrefan13/10/2018 11:33:39
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Some DIY specials coming up on Sunday, 15 min epoxy @ £1.99 has gotta be worth a try:

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Don Fry13/10/2018 14:19:29
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I've always found the Lidl epoxies to be very good material, in good dispensers. What's not to like.

Tom Sharp 213/10/2018 18:53:22
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I see that at some stores, Lidl are experimenting with a parking registration scheme, to deter non shoppers using their car parks. With a hefty fine too boot.

So if you pop in for a bargain and you are not registered, or cant' remember your car registration number, it could cost you a lot.

Engine Doctor13/10/2018 21:01:26
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Posted by Tom Sharp 2 on 13/10/2018 18:53:22:

I see that at some stores, Lidl are experimenting with a parking registration scheme, to deter non shoppers using their car parks. With a hefty fine too boot.

So if you pop in for a bargain and you are not registered, or cant' remember your car registration number, it could cost you a lot.

Really not a problem. Pay for you stuff,scan your receipt, enter reg and that's it. No parking fee. They have to do it as otherwise commuters would clog the car park .

Robin Colbourne15/10/2018 21:16:17
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Posted by Engine Doctor on 13/10/2018 21:01:26:
Posted by Tom Sharp 2 on 13/10/2018 18:53:22:

I see that at some stores, Lidl are experimenting with a parking registration scheme, to deter non shoppers using their car parks. With a hefty fine too boot.

So if you pop in for a bargain and you are not registered, or cant' remember your car registration number, it could cost you a lot.

Really not a problem. Pay for you stuff,scan your receipt, enter reg and that's it. No parking fee. They have to do it as otherwise commuters would clog the car park .

More like:
Pay for you stuff, scan your receipt, start entering reg, realise you can't remember it, run out to the car park, stick stuff in the car, check the reg no., run back in, squeeze past the queueing customers lined up at the checkout, apologise profusely, wait to get to the registration machine, get to it eventually, where did I put the receipt? B*****r, its in with the shopping, go back to car, get receipt, repeat steps above, try to remember reg no., oh yes thats it, enter it, go to car, sit in queue to leave car park, etc, etc...

Edited By Robin Colbourne on 15/10/2018 21:16:56

Tom Sharp 215/10/2018 23:49:15
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Robin, I like it. thumbs up

Geoff Sleath16/10/2018 00:08:01
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I haven't the faintest idea what the reg number is of our current car (or the immediately previous one come to that) but I know the reg number of my first car, first motor cycle and quite a lot of the rest, too. Lidl or Aldi car parking isn't problem for me, anyway - I usually either walk the 2.5 miles or catch a bus. The scroll saw was a bit heavy to carry though

Geoff

MaL16/10/2018 17:51:14
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Write your reg number on a piece of paper and keep it in your wallet......not only will it help you out at Lidl but ​then when someone steals your wallet they will try for ages to use the reg number as your card pin.laugh

SIMON CRAGG16/10/2018 19:31:10
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Better 5min at Poundland, along with PVA, masking tape and lots of other model related stuff.

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