Number Plates – Halloween


Halloween or Hallowe’en, also known as Allhallowen, All Hallows Eve or All Saints Eve is a celebration observed in a number of countries on October 31st which is the eve of the western christian feast of All Hallows day.

It begins the 3 day observance of Allhallowtide, the time in the liturgical year dedicated to remembering the dead, including saints (hallows) martyrs and all the faithfully departed.

It is widely believed that many Halloween traditions originated from Celtic Harvest Festivals which may have Pagan roots, particularly the Gaelic festival ‘Samhain’ and this festival was Christianized as Halloween.

The word Halloween dates back to about 1745.

Nowadays on Halloween 31st October’ most people dress up in costumes that predict the dead or horror and we carve out pumpkins to make jack ‘o’ lanterns and the faces are usually menacing or scary and we light them up with candles and usually leave them on doorsteps or in windows. Children dress up in super hero costumes or witches and skeletons and go trick or treating and take part in apple bobbing.

Typically on Halloween the television usually screen horror movies or scary films.

We at Motor Marks have compiled a short list of cherished number plates we think are suitable for Halloween. The numbers listed below are all genuine issued car number plates and can be purchased through our website. Prices vary and will be plus vat where applicable and all plus £80 DVLA fee.


APP 13S 61 ANT





WEB 55N bea-1t

cl10-wns em13-alm

p124-yer gh05-ost

sc59-ary sc07-eam

cro-550x sp53-oks

sca-12y b100-ooo

x666-ded 6-rub

sca-213t t6-ase

If you want to search for your own desired combination to see if you can get your own personalised or cherished car number plate then go to our home page where you can search our extensive database of literally 1000000’s of car number plates. Alternatively call 0116 235 0116 and speak to one of our sales staff where we will be happy to help with your enquiry.


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