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October 2014
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October 3

Thornbury Choral Society Posted: 0, 2014 01: 1 | Edit
The Big BIG Handel Day at the Castle School on Saturday 18 October is a TCS outreach event in collaboration with Thornbury Orchestra.
Come and Sing! From 10am-12.30pm. Dr Steven Kings with members of the choir to give a strong lead, will teach you to sing the HALLELUJAH CHORUS with a rousing rendition to be enjoyed by 12.30pm!
Fun-Size Messiah 4 Families If you have children or grandchildren and would like them to see and hear an orchestra and choir in the flesh, then join us from 3-4pm. In collaboration with Thornbury Orchestra and with guest soprano, some of the most popular choruses will be sung, as well as all sorts of musical fun and games
Tickets required for either session – available from the Town Hall, Thornbury, from 1 September.
For all details see our website www.thornburychoralsociety.org.uk or contact Julia O’Connor-Beach on 01454 260877.

October 4

Quiz Night - Blue Coat School Posted: 9, 2014 17: 1 | Edit
Quiz Night at Blue Coat School, Symn Lane to raise funds for the PTA.
Teams of 4ish. £7.50 per person includes food and nibbles. Licensed bar.
Tickets from school office or call Nicky on 07771 871573

Eastwood Park "Baby & Toddler Fair" Posted: Jan 1, 2014 6: 1 | Edit
This is a family event with shopping aimed at families from pregnancy to 5 years. We plan to have a variety of stalls promoting and selling local pregnancy, baby and child related products and services.

Suppliers include:
Music with Mummy
Sing & Sign
Bristol Chiropractic & Pregnancy Clinic
GBSN
Aquatic Harmony
Barefoot Portraits
Tutully Scrumptious
Lotus Therapies
Nicola Jane Photography

During the event there will be an opportunity to participate in demonstrations, listen to advise from the experts and meet our local organisations.

Our Event will take place form 11.30am - 3.30pm

FREE ENTRY FOR ALL THE FAMILY


Wotton Farmers and craft market Posted: 9, 2014 08: 0 | Edit
Farmers and market at the Town Hall 9am to 1pm..
Come along and support you local independent traders selling local meat, free range eggs, Jams pickles, Fruit and Veg. Specialty breads and cakes. And lots more.
If you would like any further information on stalls please contact Steve 07738931240

October 6

Watch with Baby Cinema Screenings at the Electric Picture House Cinema Posted: 9, 2014 12: 2 | Edit
We are pleased to announce our first Watch with Baby screening at Wotton Electric Picture House will be on Monday 6th October at 10:30am.

We will be showing The Hundred Foot Journey starring Helen Mirren. This show is designed specifically for babies and their parents/carers. The sound will be at a lower volume with the lights remaining on to allow for free movement during the film.

All tickets are £5. This screening is open to babies under 18 months old. You must be accompanied by a baby to attend the screening.

DIAMOND DANCE FOR THE OVER 60'S Posted: 9, 2014 23: 1 | Edit
A new class in the chipping club rooms every monday from 10 - 11am. Perfect for those who love to dance but struggle with exercise style classes. we teach the steps. its nice and slow with fun styles of dancing from around the world. cumbia, waltz, american smooth etc. and if you want to sit down you can. there are no special clothes or shoes. just be comfortable. anyone can come along. bring a friend or carer. its fun for all ages too but taken at a gentle pace. £4

October 8

KLB Friends AGM Posted: 9, 2014 12: 1 | Edit
WEDNESDAY 8th is your chance to come to KLB School 7.30pm where you will be most welcome to join us for refreshments at our annual AGM.

We the committee, and with some other parents and some teachers fund-raise, help-out serving refreshments at school music and or drama evenings, and organise social events to help parents of all child age groups at the school to meet.

It's always nice to meet new parents to the school and to get ideas for new fund-raising ideas for the new academic year.

If you would like to just come along and meet us to hear what we are about, or would like to come with the intention of joining the committee or our helpers list it will be lovely to see you, please put this date in your diary...

For more details please email: klbfriends@klbschool.org.uk - We look forward to hearing from you or meeting you on the night

October 9

Bible Society annual meeting Posted: Jan 1, 2014 6: 1 | Edit
The annual meeting of the local Bible Society action group will take place at 7.30 pm at St Marys Parish Room. Gordon Gruneberg is the speaker who will update the meeting on current Bible Society activities such the Big Mission and Open the Book. There will be a light meal to finish the evening (a choice of curry or cottage pie for a suggested donation of £5). Enquiries please to Ken Biggs 01453 842822.

October 10

Literary Festival Posted: 8, 2014 18: 1 | Edit
Under the Edge Arts are hosting nine days of events, exhibitions and activities celebrating the written and spoken word, starting with a poetry evening at The Chipping Hall, The Chipping, Wotton under Edge, GL12 7AD
There is a short story competition, details of which can be found on the UTEA website, www.utea.org.uk

CHARFIELD AMATEUR DRAMATICS SOCIETY PRESENTS Posted: 9, 2014 09: 1 | Edit
SINDERS 2 THE ADULT PANTO

TICKETS ARE NOW ON SALE FOR OUR MOST OUTRAGEOUS AND OBSCENE PRODUCTION EVER PERFORMED

AVAILABLE AT STEVE'S SHOP AND THE GARAGE OR VIA OUR NEW BOX OFFICE 07791064921

lIVE AND TOTALLY UNCENSORED IN CHARFIELD VILLAGE HALL 10-11TH OCT

REMEMBER ITS JUST FOR THE GROWN UP BOYS AND GIRLS THIS ONE.

YOU HAVE BEEN WARNED

CHARFIELD AMATEUR DRAMATICS SOCIETY PRESENTS Posted: 9, 2014 09: 1 | Edit
SINDERS 2 THE ADULT PANTO

TICKETS ARE NOW ON SALE FOR OUR MOST OUTRAGEOUS AND OBSCENE PRODUCTION EVER PERFORMED

AVAILABLE AT STEVE'S SHOP AND THE GARAGE OR VIA OUR NEW BOX OFFICE 07791064921

lIVE AND TOTALLY UNCENSORED IN CHARFIELD VILLAGE HALL 10-11TH OCT

REMEMBER ITS JUST FOR THE GROWN UP BOYS AND GIRLS THIS ONE.

YOU HAVE BEEN WARNED

October 11

CHARFIELD AMATEUR DRAMATICS SOCIETY PRESENTS Posted: 9, 2014 09: 1 | Edit
SINDERS 2 THE ADULT PANTO

TICKETS ARE NOW ON SALE FOR OUR MOST OUTRAGEOUS AND OBSCENE PRODUCTION EVER PERFORMED

AVAILABLE AT STEVE'S SHOP AND THE GARAGE OR VIA OUR NEW BOX OFFICE 07791064921

lIVE AND TOTALLY UNCENSORED IN CHARFIELD VILLAGE HALL 10-11TH OCT

REMEMBER ITS JUST FOR THE GROWN UP BOYS AND GIRLS THIS ONE.

YOU HAVE BEEN WARNED

Electric Picture House - A Most Wanted Man (15) Posted: 9, 2014 12: 2 | Edit
From Saturday 11th October for 5 days A Most Wanted Man starring Philip Seymour Hoffman.

When a half-Chechen, half-Russian, brutally tortured immigrant turns up in Hamburg's Islamic community, laying claim to his father's ill-gotten fortune, both German and US security agencies take a close interest: as the clock ticks down and the stakes rise, the race is on to establish this most wanted man's true identity - oppressed victim or destruction-bent extremist?

Dylan Thomas Posted: 8, 2014 18: 1 | Edit
Continuing the Festival at Under the Edge Arts there is an evening of brave and compelling songs from the poetry of Dylan Thomas, composed and performed by Keith James.
See www.utea.org.uk for more details

October 14

Electric Picture House - Fury (15) Posted: 1, 2014 2: 1 | Edit
Showing Friday - Thursday (except Sunday) at Electric Picture House, Wotton.

April, 1945. As the Allies make their final push in the European Theatre, a battle-hardened army sergeant named Wardaddy (Brad Pitt) commands a Sherman tank and her five-man crew on a deadly mission behind enemy lines. Outnumbered and outgunned, and with a rookie soldier thrust into their platoon, Wardaddy and his men face overwhelming odds in their heroic attempts to strike at the heart of Nazi Germany.

October 17

Nia in Wotton Town Hall 10am Posted: 0, 2014 16: 1 | Edit
Nia Dance/Fitness with Christine Davis £6.00 drop in. New students welcome at any time. Nia is suitable for anyone at any age or fitness level due to the unique way the movements can be adapted to suit the individual. For more details contact 01453 842994 or email niadance@hotmail.co.uk

October 19

Car Treasure Hunt from Charfield Memorial Hall Posted: 0, 2014 13: 1 | Edit
'Allo 'Allo French themed Car Treasure Hunt. Come to Rene's Cafe (Charfield Memorial Hall) between 1.30 & 2 to get your info. £5 per car. Refreshments at hall from 2-4. Prize is meal for 4 at Railway Tavern. For more info ring 01454 261180.

'Allo 'Allo French themed Car treasure hunt for all the family Posted: 9, 2014 16: 1 | Edit
'Allo 'Allo French themed car treasure hunt in aid of Charfield Memorial Hall. Come along to Charfield Memorial Hall (Rene's cafe) between 1.30-2.00 its just £5 per car/family to pick up your information sheet and set off to resolve the clues. Come back to the Rene's cafe for 3.30 for refreshments & to see who has won. The prize is Sunday lunch for a family at the Railway Tavern kindly donated by Shirley & Martin. There is also a prize for the best dressed family if you fancy dressing up too! The hall will be transformed into Rene's cafe and will be open from 2.00 for refreshments

October 20

Wotton-under-Edge Town Council Posted: 3, 2014 03: 1 | Edit
Wotton-under-Edge Town Council Meeting will be held at the Civic Centre at 7.00pm



October 21

Wotton Gardening Club Posted: 9, 2014 09: 2 | Edit
THE ANSWER LIES IN THE SOIL: David Usher will be explaining how to get the best growing results from all types of soil. What is soil made of and what about about fertiliser and lime? David will provide some of the answers. The meeting commences at 7.30 pm in the Club Room, Gloucester Street and visitors are very welcome (charge £2). Enquiries please to David Wilson, 01453 521523

October 22

Nia at Under the Edge Arts centre 7.30pm Posted: 0, 2014 16: 1 | Edit
Nia Dance/Fitness with Christine Davis £6.00 drop in. New students welcome at any time. Nia is suitable for anyone at any age or fitness level due to the unique way the movements can be adapted to suit the individual. For more details contact 01453 842994 or email niadance@hotmail.co.uk

October 23

Nia in UTEA centre 10am Posted: 0, 2014 16: 1 | Edit
Nia Dance/Fitness with Christine Davis £6.00 drop in. New students welcome at any time. Nia is suitable for anyone at any age or fitness level due to the unique way the movements can be adapted to suit the individual. For more details contact 01453 842994 or email niadance@hotmail.co.uk

Nia in North Nibley Village hall 2pm Posted: 0, 2014 16: 1 | Edit
Nia Dance/Fitness with Christine Davis £6.00 drop in. New students welcome at any time. Nia is suitable for anyone at any age or fitness level due to the unique way the movements can be adapted to suit the individual. For more details contact 01453 842994 or email niadance@hotmail.co.uk

October 24

Nia in Wotton Town Hall 10am Posted: 0, 2014 16: 1 | Edit
Nia Dance/Fitness with Christine Davis £6.00 drop in. New students welcome at any time. Nia is suitable for anyone at any age or fitness level due to the unique way the movements can be adapted to suit the individual. For more details contact 01453 842994 or email niadance@hotmail.co.uk

October 25

Pagoda Duo - Rural Arts musical evening Posted: 0, 2014 22: 1 | Edit
Charfield Memorial Hall . Doors open 7.00, starting at 7.30. "We take our music but not ourselves seriously" so expect some fun! Karen Wimhurst (Cauld Blast Orchestra) and Paul Hutchinson (Belshazzar’s Feast) will astound you with original compositions. They are members of The Play-ford Liberation Front who wowed audiences at Shrewsbury, Sidmouth and Chippenham Festival; toured extensively with The Fruits of Paradise Show which featured Emily Portman (BBC Radio 2 Folk Award winner 2013) and John Hymas and The Pagoda Quartet with Beth Port-man and John Hymas. Such is the nature of our music and our presentation, we can entertain anybody who ap-preciates fine music. Adults £8, £6 & children £5. This is a Rural Arts event. Bar & refreshments available. Telephone 01454 261180 for more information. Tickets available locally from Steve's shop.

Blackheart Posted: 9, 2014 01: 1 | Edit
Under the Edge Arts, The Chipping Hall, the Chipping, Wotton under Edge, GL12 7AD present Blackheart who in just four years, since their song \'Unlike Water\' was used on the Moben Kitchens TV commercial British multi-instrumentalist duo Blackheart have recorded three albums, enjoyed airplay in nearly every country in the world and played successful tours of UK, Ireland, Germany, the Netherlands plus two headline tours of Australia and New Zealand.

Their music and unique sound shun categorisation, combining acoustic instruments and the voice of Chrissy Mostyn with ancient synthesisers, effects, atmospherics and electronica to create a new brand of avant-garde ethereal folk. Their highly personal, haunting music is flavoured with piercing observations and penetrating lyrics which, as Australia\'s Western Star commented, “Take their audiences from uplifting to heartbreaking in a single song.”

Blackheart’s sonically and emotionally uninhibited third album \'Songs From A Satellite\' entered the Amazon chart at No.52 three days after release in November 2013 and one month later was awarded second place Album Of The Year in the US Indie Music Awards. Music critic James Douglas said “Blackheart are firmly based in that curiously eccentric British tradition that spawned the Strawbs and the earliest incarnation of Pink Floyd, their referencing includes everything that’s great in rock, from the great English folk bands to the all-pervasive influence of The Velvet Underground, all washed with the purity of Travis.”


October 26

Town Hall Teas - Save the Children Posted: 9, 2014 13: 1 | Edit
Town Hall Teas
Sunday 26th October at the Town Hall, Market Street
from 2pm to 5pm

Join us at the Town Hall for some scrumptious home-made
cakes. Who needs Sunday lunch? You know it makes sense!
All proceeds go to Save the Children.

Save the Children Wotton-under-Edge Branch
www.savethechildren.org.uk/wotton @StCWotton

Sunday 26th Blue Coat School Hall 9.45am. Posted: 0, 2014 16: 1 | Edit
A real treat for everyone's body. Helen Terry International Nia teacher and trainer arrives in Wotton under Edge from Texas. As part of the course she is teaching Helen opens up the Hall to all Nia students and any member of the public to learn Nia. I am so grateful to be able to offer this unique opportunity. There will be 8 opportunites this week so grab as many as you need. All are 1 hour classes. All are suitable for people New to Nia. All are drop in so no need to book. All are £10.00 each.
Arrive 9.45am for a 10am start. No outdoor shoes in the Hall but soft shoes are ok if you are not comfortable in bare feet. Come with a bottle of water and wear something comfortable to move in.
For more details contact Chris Davis 842994 or niadance@hotmail.co.uk

Monday 27th Blue Coat School Hall 9.45am Posted: 0, 2014 16: 1 | Edit
A real treat for everyone's body. Helen Terry International Nia teacher and trainer arrives in Wotton under Edge from Texas. As part of the course she is teaching Helen opens up the Hall to all Nia students and any member of the public to learn Nia. I am so grateful to be able to offer this unique opportunity. There will be 8 opportunites this week so grab as many as you need. All are 1 hour classes. All are suitable for people New to Nia. All are drop in so no need to book. All are £10.00 each.
Arrive 9.45am for a 10am start. No outdoor shoes in the Hall but soft shoes are ok if you are not comfortable in bare feet. Come with a bottle of water and wear something comfortable to move in.
For more details contact Chris Davis 842994 or niadance@hotmail.co.uk

October 27

Monday 27th Blue Coat School Hall 6.50pm Posted: 0, 2014 16: 1 | Edit
A real treat for everyone's body. Helen Terry International Nia teacher and trainer arrives in Wotton under Edge from Texas. As part of the course she is teaching Helen opens up the Hall to all Nia students and any member of the public to learn Nia. I am so grateful to be able to offer this unique opportunity. There will be 8 opportunites this week so grab as many as you need. All are 1 hour classes. All are suitable for people New to Nia. All are drop in so no need to book. All are £10.00 each.
Arrive 6.50pm for a 7 pm start. No outdoor shoes in the Hall but soft shoes are ok if you are not comfortable in bare feet. Come with a bottle of water and wear something comfortable to move in.
For more details contact Chris Davis 842994 or niadance@hotmail.co.uk

Parent & Baby Cinema What We Did On Our Holiday Posted: 0, 2014 12: 1 | Edit
Wotton Electric Picture House proudly presents a Parent and Baby screening of the comedy What We Did On Out Holiday starting at 10:30am.

Please note you must have a baby with you to be admitted to this screening. All tickets £5

Doug and Abi are taking their three children on a trip to Scotland for a big family gathering. They are in the midst of a difficult divorce, and have asked the kids to keep it a secret from their extended family. But as the inevitable feuds kick in, a completely unexpected turn of events involving the children causes further tensions to rise to the surface. And with the repercussions that ensue - hilarious and emotional in equal measure - the family are forced to put aside their differences and work together or else risk losing what they hold most dear.

Wotton-under-Edge Town Council Planning Meeting Posted: 3, 2014 03: 1 | Edit
Wotton-under-Edge Town Council Planning Committee Meeting will be held at the Civic Centre at 7.00pm

October 28

Tuesday 28th Blue Coat School Hall 9.45am Posted: 0, 2014 16: 1 | Edit
A real treat for everyone's body. Helen Terry International Nia teacher and trainer arrives in Wotton under Edge from Texas. As part of the course she is teaching Helen opens up the Hall to all Nia students and any member of the public to learn Nia. I am so grateful to be able to offer this unique opportunity. There will be 8 opportunites this week so grab as many as you need. All are 1 hour classes. All are suitable for people New to Nia. All are drop in so no need to book. All are £10.00 each.
Arrive 9.45am for a 10am start. No outdoor shoes in the Hall but soft shoes are ok if you are not comfortable in bare feet. Come with a bottle of water and wear something comfortable to move in.
For more details contact Chris Davis 842994 or niadance@hotmail.co.uk

October 29

Save the Children - Treasures in your attic? An evening with Philip Taubenheim Posted: 9, 2014 13: 1 | Edit
Treasures in your attic? An evening with Philip Taubenheim.
Wednesday 29th October at the Town Hall, Market Street at 7:30pm

Find out more about your hidden treasures, antiques and collectables.

Bring them along to the Town Hall and let Philip Taubenheim of Wotton
Auction Rooms, Antiques Roadshow, Bargain Hunt and Flog It! fame, tell
you all about what they are and their history.

Don’t miss this unique opportunity to speak to a well renowned expert
and help Save the Children too!

Tickets £7.50, includes glass of wine or soft drink, from Robinsons
Florists or Teresa on 07815 816396

Save the Children Wotton-under-Edge Branch
www.savethechildren.org.uk/wotton @StCWotton

Wednesday 29th Blue Coat School Hall 9.45am Posted: 0, 2014 16: 1 | Edit
A real treat for everyone's body. Helen Terry International Nia teacher and trainer arrives in Wotton under Edge from Texas. As part of the course she is teaching Helen opens up the Hall to all Nia students and any member of the public to learn Nia. I am so grateful to be able to offer this unique opportunity. There will be 8 opportunites this week so grab as many as you need. All are 1 hour classes. All are suitable for people New to Nia. All are drop in so no need to book. All are £10.00 each.
Arrive 9.45am for a 10am start. No outdoor shoes in the Hall but soft shoes are ok if you are not comfortable in bare feet. Come with a bottle of water and wear something comfortable to move in.
For more details contact Chris Davis 842994 or niadance@hotmail.co.uk

Wednesday 29th Blue Coat School Hall 6.50pm Posted: 0, 2014 16: 1 | Edit
A real treat for everyone's body. Helen Terry International Nia teacher and trainer arrives in Wotton under Edge from Texas. As part of the course she is teaching Helen opens up the Hall to all Nia students and any member of the public to learn Nia. I am so grateful to be able to offer this unique opportunity. ITS NIA TO DARK SIDE OF THE MOON by Pink Floyd tonight!! All are 1 hour classes. All are suitable for people New to Nia. All are drop in so no need to book. All are £10.00 each.
Arrive 6.50pm for a 7 pm start. No outdoor shoes in the Hall but soft shoes are ok if you are not comfortable in bare feet. Come with a bottle of water and wear something comfortable to move in.
For more details contact Chris Davis 842994 or niadance@hotmail.co.uk

October 30

Electric Picture House - Frankenstein encore performance Posted: 8, 2014 01: 1 | Edit
The Electric Picture House presents:
Frankenstein (encore) starring Benedict Cumberbatch as Frankenstein)
Perfomance starts at 7:45

Don't miss this special Halloween encore screening of National Theatre Live's 2011 broadcast, Frankenstein. Directed by Oscar-winner Danny Boyle (Trainspotting, Slumdog Millionaire), this sensational award-winning production stars Benedict Cumberbatch (Star Trek: Into Darkness) and Jonny Lee Miller (Trainspotting).

Childlike in his innocence but grotesque in form, Frankenstein’s bewildered creature is cast out into a hostile universe by his horror-struck maker. Meeting with cruelty wherever he goes, the friendless Creature, increasingly desperate and vengeful, determines to track down his creator and strike a terrifying deal.

Urgent concerns of scientific responsibility, parental neglect, cognitive development and the nature of good and evil are embedded within this thrilling and deeply disturbing classic gothic tale.

Thursday 30th Blue Coat School hall 9.45am Posted: 0, 2014 16: 1 | Edit
A real treat for everyone's body. Helen Terry International Nia teacher and trainer arrives in Wotton under Edge from Texas. As part of the course she is teaching Helen opens up the Hall to all Nia students and any member of the public to learn Nia. I am so grateful to be able to offer this unique opportunity. There will be 8 opportunites this week so grab as many as you need. All are 1 hour classes. All are suitable for people New to Nia. All are drop in so no need to book. All are £10.00 each.
Arrive 9.45am for a 10am start. No outdoor shoes in the Hall but soft shoes are ok if you are not comfortable in bare feet. Come with a bottle of water and wear something comfortable to move in.
For more details contact Chris Davis 842994 or niadance@hotmail.co.uk

October 31

Friday 31st Blue Coat School Hall 9.45am Posted: 0, 2014 16: 1 | Edit
LAST ONE. A huge Thank you to Helen Terry and hope to see you next year.
A real treat for everyone's body. Helen Terry International Nia teacher and trainer arrives in Wotton under Edge from Texas. As part of the course she is teaching Helen opens up the Hall to all Nia students and any member of the public to learn Nia. I am so grateful to be able to offer this unique opportunity. There will be 8 opportunites this week so grab as many as you need. All are 1 hour classes. All are suitable for people New to Nia. All are drop in so no need to book. All are £10.00 each.
Arrive 9.45am for a 10am start. No outdoor shoes in the Hall but soft shoes are ok if you are not comfortable in bare feet. Come with a bottle of water and wear something comfortable to move in.
For more details contact Chris Davis 842994 or niadance@hotmail.co.uk

Family Halloween disco Posted: 0, 2014 21: 1 | Edit
7-8pm children's games and music, 8-10pm disco with DJ.
Fancy dress competition, bring along a carved pumpkin to be judged.
Bar open, hot dogs for sale.
£6 family 2 adults, 2 children
£2 adults
£1.50 children.


Wotton Electric Picture House - Gone Girl (18) Posted: 1, 2014 2: 1 | Edit
Showing Fri, Mon, Tues, Wed and Thursday at the Electric Picture House, Wotton.

GONE GIRL - directed by David Fincher and based upon the global bestseller by Gillian Flynn - unearths the secrets at the heart of a modern marriage. On the occasion of his fifth wedding anniversary, Nick Dunne (Ben Affleck) reports that his beautiful wife, Amy (Rosamund Pike), has gone missing. Under pressure from the police and a growing media frenzy, Nick's portrait of a blissful union begins to crumble. Soon his lies, deceits and strange behavior have everyone asking the same dark question: Did Nick Dunne kill his wife?

Wotton-under-Edge Historical Society & Heritage Centre Posted: 4, 2014 07: 1 | Edit
A Talk by: John White

Entitled: Wotton from Early Days too....

Venue:
Wotton-under-Edge Civic Centre,
2, Gloucester St,
GL12 7DN

Time: 7.30pm

Visitors always welcome
Entrance £5 on the door for non-members
Fully membership £15 per year

For more details go to www.wottonheritage.com

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