The Cornucopia

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Introduction
Voted the CAMRA (Campaign for Real Ale) Most Improved Pub 2007, this small inn offers food and ensuite bedrooms with sea views. The pub dates back to 1881. The Trigg family were publicans from 1895-1917 and Ambrose Trigg exhibited deformed stuffed animals - that were still there in the 1950s!

 On Southend seafront at 39 Marine Parade. Turret and gable are reversed on the ceramic.

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 The main bar with three draught beers. There is also a family cum games room and a jukebox.

Hazle Ceramics

The Cornucopia
Numbered After Event
on Southend
22 carat gold added

The cornucopia or horn of plenty dates from 5BCE. A wicker horn is used at Thanksgiving and many other world festivals today. 

Retiring model

2009 Cyber Ceramic

UK/Europe £74.50
Rest of World £64.78

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 Two of many beer guides published by CAMRA in the UK.

Shoreside in early 1900s, with Pier Head buildings too distant to be seen. 

Southend Pier
Stretching nearly 1.5 miles into the Thames Estuary, this world’s longest pleasure pier is Grade 2 listed. In the 1800s Southend was growing as a resort. However with the sea receding over a mile across mudflats at low tide, it was very hard for boats to dock. The first wooden pier was built in 1830. With an iron pier in 1890, a railway replaced the horse-drawn trams. The pier has been rebuilt and extended several times since.