Harleston Corncuopia

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February books of the Month!

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Peter Pugh: Rolls Royce – The Magic of a Name.  340 printed pages.  Without inscription.  2015.  Paperback.  A nice, clean copy.  £5.00

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Gerald Ponting: The Story of Kesgrave (Suffolk).  183 printed pages.  Monochrome illustrations throughout.  1981.  Paperback.  A nice copy.  £12.00

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Arthur T Winn: Records of the Borough of Aldeburgh – The Church.  53 pages.  Without inscription.  c1926.  £10.00

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Stephen Peart: The Picture House in East Anglia.  180 printed pages.  Illustrated throughout.  1980.  A nice, clean copy.  In dust wrapper.  £10.00

All available on the upper floor, stall 30.  Colin will also buy quality antiquarian, second hand and out of print books.

Books of the Month for January 2019!

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Alan Wykes: H.G.Wells in the Cinema.  175 pages.  Monochrome illustrations.  1st Edition 1977.  A nice, clean copy in price clipped dust wrapper.  Without inscription.  £6.50

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Connery Chappell: Island of Barbed Wire (The remarkable story of World War Two internment on the Isle of Man)  190 pages.  Monochrome illustrations.  1985 reprint.  Without inscription.  £10.00

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Edgar J. March: Spritsail Barges of the Thames and Medway.  304 printed pages.  Monochrome illustrations and diagrams.  1948.  In dust wrapper.  A nice copy.  Without inscription.  £20.00

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David Leeming: James Baldwin – A Biography.  442 printed pages.  Monochrome illustrations.  1st 1994.  A nice copy without inscription.  £4.00

All of these books and hundreds more are available on stall 30, upper floor.

Colin will also buy quality second hand, antiquarian and out of print books.

Happy New Year!

Harleston Corncuopia

Cornucopia is happy to announce that due to popular demand and a very successful trading year, we have created some additional spaces to rent at the centre.

Please enquire at reception or on 01379 854500 for further details and ask for Glen, Charlie or Erika.

Are you still looking for the perfect Christmas gifts?

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Don’t worry, Cornucopia is going to be open right up to 3pm on Christmas Eve!
Or if you’ve already finished your shopping, why not come down anyway and treat yourself to a well deserved slice of Cranberry & Orange cake!
Cornucopia is open 10am – 5pm Monday to Saturday & 11am – 4pm on Sundays.
The Parlour Tea Rooms are open 10am – 4pm Wednesday to Saturday and 11am – 4pm on Sundays.

December Books of the Month!

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Emmanuel Le Roy Ladurie: Times of Feast, Times of Famine; a history of climate since the year 1000.  428 pages.  Illustrated.  Hardback.  In dust wrapper.  A nice, clean copy.  £20.00

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Michael A Fopp: The Lancaster Manual.  Hardback.  521 pages.  Illustrated.  A nice, clean copy.  In dust wrapper.  £20.00

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Iona and Peter Opie: The Classic Fairy Tales.  Hardback.  255 pages.  Coloured and monochrome illustrations.  A nice, clean copy.  In dust wrapper.  Signed by the Authors.  £25.00

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Douglas H Robinson: Giants in the Sky; A history of the Rigid Airship.  Hardback.  376 pages.  Illustrated throughout.  A nice, clean copy.  In dust wrapper.  £35.00

The Harleston Hare has come home!

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The Harleston hare has come home and is watching over Cornucopia from the mezzanine!

Harleston Hare in CC e1541603404677 225x300 The Harleston Hare has come home!

She has affectionately been named ‘Harmony’ and although her final location within the centre hasn’t yet been decided, she will remain a permanent fixture at Cornucopia for all to admire!