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Gary Strodders shank 1:36 Sun May 17
Southend on sea
Anyone still visit regularly ?

Went for a day trip last August when it was scorching for the first time in about ten years was nice to sit at the end of the pier but
nowhere decent to eat shit overpriced fish and chips although the Pipe of port still there.

The decent fish restaurant going towards the casino now gone same as the pub further along, Churchill’s gone & the b&b I used to stay in now a boutique hotel.

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VickyPkVillageIdiot 12:13 Mon May 18
Re: Southend on sea
Cottee lives in Heybridge.

terry-h 11:39 Mon May 18
Re: Southend on sea
Tony Cottee lives in Southend?

Tony Gale said last season during a game at Colchester he lived round there.

The Boys of 86 deserve better than that, shirley!

Hermit Road 11:34 Mon May 18
Re: Southend on sea
Browno22 9:50 Mon May 18

It was a convoluted route made up of many different milk float rounds and hitching a ride off the back of each one.

Hermit Road 11:32 Mon May 18
Re: Southend on sea
Took the dog for a walk in the nature reserve at Leigh a few months ago. Sadly, you expect to see litter on any country walk but that place had as much rubbish strewn about as any main road in London.

It was a shame because the location is fantastic apart from that.

joe royal 11:28 Mon May 18
Re: Southend on sea
Only 3 route choices i would have thought.

Browno22 9:50 Mon May 18
Re: Southend on sea
Which route did you take Joyo? I have recently cycled from Chadwell Heath to Shoebury which was a fucking mission

joyo 12:29 Mon May 18
Re: Southend on sea
Cycled down to Shoeburyness from Upminster yesterday and going through Southend was pleasantly surprised how OK it was. Marshalls advising on social distance etc, small queues for takeaway and ice cream,limited parking, hardly any morons walking in cycle lanes and loads of bikes.
Yes there where a few fatties and chavs about, but not many visitors from Tower Hamlets.

gank 5:41 Sun May 17
Re: Southend on sea
"If it’s full of homeless people then it must be pretty decent as they can go anywhere."

ag ag ag ag

Genius

Vexed 5:39 Sun May 17
Re: Southend on sea
I'd never thought of it like that.

Pagey 5:36 Sun May 17
Re: Southend on sea
If it’s full of homeless people then it must be pretty decent as they can go anywhere.

only1billybonds 5:34 Sun May 17
Re: Southend on sea
Gt Yarmouth has gone downhill rapidly as i witnessed on my last visit. The place hasnt changed but the inhabitants have and not for the better. Shame as i have great memories of the place when my kids were little uns.

Vexed 5:32 Sun May 17
Re: Southend on sea
It's a fucking dump full of homeless people. The only thing going for it is that it's not in Kent. That's true poverty.

side effect 5:03 Sun May 17
Re: Southend on sea
Yes I went especially to go on the new ride axis. When I saw the height I had second thoughts but went on it anyway. The day we went we had to spend 15 notes on ponchos.

peroni 2:14 Sun May 17
Re: Southend on sea
Get yourselves down to the Kent coast. Far superior and the weather's obviously better.

VickyPkVillageIdiot 2:11 Sun May 17
Re: Southend on sea
Southend's full of window-licking Bengali's on their special needs summer day out of Tower Hamlets.

Mad Dog 2:02 Sun May 17
Re: Southend on sea
Full claret jacket.

The actual sea front has had a make over.
The rest of the town has gone to absolute shit.

It's great yarmouth mark 2

Full Claret Jacket 11:45 Sun May 17
Re: Southend on sea
Had not been there for years until I went there with the missus for a few hours last autumn.
I actually thought it looked much better than I remember in the 90s.
To be honest I hope one of the outcomes of this virus shit and Brexit is that less people go abroad for holidays and we can revitalise some of these old seaside towns.

only1billybonds 11:34 Sun May 17
Re: Southend on sea
The Mrs n me pop down a couple of times per year and stay in Westcliffe over night after a big night in the casino. I spent a lot of time there as a kid and i think i keep nipping back for nostalgic reasons as much as anything.

Manuel is rifht,our coastal towns,though many have seen better times still have a uniqeness and charm about them. My Mrs is an Aussie,been here 9 years and she adores the British coastal scene,very different to what she's used to.

Gary Strodders shank 11:18 Sun May 17
Re: Southend on sea
Always liked Thorpe bay, I may try and stay there next time I go.
Still like the pier and walking on the front which compares well with the likes of Margate which is a total khaki.

wd40 11:00 Sun May 17
Re: Southend on sea
Did notice the old castle pub was still going.

wd40 10:55 Sun May 17
Re: Southend on sea
Visited last year after 30 years not the same without that axe swinging across the poor blokes chest near the pier all day long think he must have escaped.

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