ScrapMyCar Aldermaston Berkshire - your local car breakers

Selling your car for scrap? Your local car scrappers is ScrapMyCar. Fast friendly professional car scrap service. No hidden charges. We collect and recycle. Get paid quickly. has long term vehicle recycling experience handling 100's of vehicles each month. We are a real vehicle recycler, not just another quote website.

We recently paid £86.00 in Aldermaston Berkshire

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  • BLACK 2005 MAZDA MX-5 EUPHONIC in Aldermaston Berkshire

How it works with ScrapMyCar:

  • 1. Enter your vehicle registration and your postcode
  • 2. We offer you a guaranteed price for your vehicle
  • 3. You accept and fill in your address details
  • 4. We ring you to arrange the vehicle collection

We have long term vehicle recycling experience handling 100s of vehicles successfully each month. We are a real vehicle recycler not another quote website.

We value our reputation for honesty and fairness and provide guaranteed prices with a prompt payment and no extra charges.


Any questions? Call our team on 03301 240 120


    Thanks for making it so easy to retire our old car. the fact that the car had a flat battery was not a problem for the friendly driver who just took the key, gave us our paperwork and that was that. Punctual, polite and helpful service with no fuss or bother. First class!


    Thank you very much for your swift, efficient and courteous service.
    It has been a pleasure working with you.


    Thanks for your email and certificate of Destruction. I have been impressed with the service your company has provided.
    You made it clear and easy to understand the process and have done what you said you would in the good time.

About Aldermaston Berkshire

Aldermaston, Berkshire, England is in the mid-Kennet alluvial plain and bounds to Hampshire in the south. It is roughly equidistant from Newbury, Basingstoke and Reading, centred 46 miles (74 km) west-by-south-west of London. Britain’s’ first petrol filling station was on the A4 near Aldermaston circa 1920 and for nine years, from 1941, RAF Aldermaston was a bomber command airfield
The manor of Aldermaston was established by the early 11th century, when the village was given to the Achard family by Henry I; the manor is documented in the Domesday survey. The manor of Aeldredemanestone, owned by King Harold, was part of the Royal Forest of Windsor stretching as far as Hungerford. The Domesday Book of 1066 lists the village of Aeldredemanestone as having a value of £20 and a population of 50, two of which are listed as serfs or slaves. The Old Mill, now an events venue, is also mentioned as having a value of 20 shillings. The village church was established in the 13th century, and some of the original Norman architecture remains in the building's structure. The last resident Lord of the Manor, Charles Keyser, died in 1929.
The name Aldermaston is well known in connection with the UK's nuclear weapons programme, as well as the Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament.