Too wet for golf, course closed. Too wet for gardening. Looking for something to do, so did a totally unnecessary job in the room at the back of the garage, which used to be the koi pool filter room. "I spent hours getting rid of some wires." I reduced the number of sockets above the washbasin to two doubles. The others used to power a lot of koi pool equipment. The yellow plug was for the fluorescent over the quarantine tank, (where our garden chairs are stored now, we keep an old fitted sheet over them), so I connected the supply to that of the inset 60 watt lamp in the middle of the ceiling of this room, so it comes on now with the light switch. So the yellow plug and its wire have gone. The wire above the tiles to the right of the basin comes down from the void above the ceiling and is the low voltage supply to the fountain, it is connected to the consumer unit in the garage. Plug number 1 in this photo, its transformer is above it.The switches for all three sockets are in the lounge. it disappears under the decking and out through some alkathene pipe to the former koi pool sump and then up to the fountain. I decided to hide it by running the wire through some trunking down the wall in the corner of the room, behind the little fridge, ceiling to floor. This meant the cupboard had to temporarily come off the wall and part of the floor decking come up whilst I did it. The fridge is now connected to the sockets on the other side of the room and the wire is hidden in white trunking along the bottom of the windows. So now the only socket in permanent use over the basin is the one for the kettle. Three of the sockets on this other wall are now in use for the fridge and the two freezers. A fourth one is for one of these, a radio cassette player. It sits on a tray on top of the freezers. It's been in the garage since 1986 and still works. This leaves me a double socket on each side of the room, the one over the sink I can use to connect "stuff" I'm using in the garden as the side door is next to the sink, the spare on the other side is handy for the vacuum cleaner. So a very productive day..."doing naff-all."