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PUBLISHED: 18:59 09 December 2010

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FRIDAY, DECEMBER 10

EVENTS

CANTLEY. Village Hall: Keep fit for women, 9.30am, 01493 701583 (Sarah).

GORLESTON. Kingfisher Room at the Seagulls Sure Start Children’s Centre: Healthy Start baby café, providing help and information for breastfeeding parents, 1pm-3pm.

GREAT YARMOUTH. Time and Tide Museum of Great Yarmouth Life, Blackfriars Road: Talk: Pleasure Gardens with local author and historian Colin Tooke, 11.30am £2.25 with tea/coffee including admission to current exhibition or free with museum admission.

Carol concert with Sweete Harmonie and Great Yarmouth Brass Youth Orchestra, festive refreshments, 6.30-8.30pm free.

The Priory Centre: Ageless Opportunities over 25s ‘youth club’ for the unemployed looking for work, 2pm-4pm.

HADDISCOE. Village Hall: Toddler group, 9.30-11.30am, £2.

HEMSBY. Village Hall: Grand Xmas bingo with raffle, refreshments and a tombola, doors open 6.30pm, eyes down 7.30pm.

INGHAM. Village Hall: Broadland Wildlife Group AGM and Hickling Wetland Project, illustrated talk about Hickling wetland project by Reg Land (NWT conservation manager), 7.45pm £2/non members £3, includes refreshments.

STALHAM. St Mary’s Church: Christmas tree festival, nearly 50 trees decorated by local schools, groups and businesses, refreshments, 10am-4pm.

FITNESS

CAISTER. Caister Youth Centre: Chair based exercise, 1.30-2.30pm, £2.50.

GREAT YARMOUTH.

Fitness 2000, Southtown road: seated exercise with the MS Society, 11am-noon, £2.50 (bus nos, 8,8A).

SHOWS

GORLESTON. Pavilion Theatre, Pier Gardens: The Wizard of Oz (pantomime), 10am £12.50/concs £10/children £9, 01493 662832.

STALHAM. High School: The Flint Street Nativity by the Stalham Players, 7.30pm £6 including programme and interval refreshments, tickets from Stalham Happing Shop, enquiries 01692 651518.

CONCERTS

GREAT YARMOUTH. St Pauls Church: Carol Concert followed by refreshments and a grand draw, organised by the Great Yarmouth Gateway Club, 7.45pm.

GORLESTON. Pavilion Theatre, Pier Gardens: A Christmas Concert with Nigel Boy Syer, Lisa Marie and Country Company, 7.45pm £10, 01493 662832.

GIGS

STALHAM. The Swan Inn: Rob Charles, 8.30pm.

DANCES

CANTLEY. Village Hall: Dimensions School of Dance and Entertainment, 4.15pm, 07990 877770 (Caroline).

GREAT YARMOUTH. Conservative Club: Salsa with Alegria, class 8.15-10.30pm, 07716 062364.

HOPTON. Hopton Village Hall, Station Road: Tea dance, 1.30-3.30pm.

OULTON. Community Centre: Line, 10.30am-12.30pm, 01493 669155.

EXHIBITIONS

GREAT YARMOUTH. The Guild Gallery, 67-70 Victoria Arcade: Great Yarmouth Guild of Artists and Craftsmen, art, crafts and sculptures by 43 artists (to June 2011, Mon-Sat 10am-4pm).

The Upstairs Gallery Norfolk, The Courtyard, Main Cross Road: 01493 852574. Christmas Craft, Glitz and Glamour, jewellery by Karen Conroy and Cherry Carnage, hand-crafted bears by Shona Winter, glasswork by Pia Zocca (to Dec 31, Tues-Sun 10.30am-4pm).

Rinat Baibekov, paintings of twisted fantasy characters (to Dec 31, Tues-Sun 10.30am-4pm).

Time and Tide, 16 Blackfriars Road: 01493 743930. Two Shores: Living with the North Sea, the coastal life of East Anglia and its neighbours across the sea (to Mar 27, Mon-Fri 10am-4pm, Sat-Sun 12-4pm, closed Dec 24-26 and Jan 1).

SATURDAY, DECEMBER 11

EVENTS

BELTON. Village Hall: Coffee morning, raffle, bargain stall, admission free, 10am-noon.

FILBY. Playing Field Club Room, Main Road: Christmas tree festival and coffee morning, meet Santa in his grotto, 10am-12.

HALVERGATE. Village Hall: Christmas prize bingo, raffle, bar, doors 6.45pm, 7.30pm start.

HOVETON. Wroxham Barns, Tunstead Road: Produced in Norfolk, Farmers’ market, 10am-2pm.

STALHAM. St Mary’s Church: Christmas tree festival, nearly 50 trees decorated by local schools, groups and businesses, refreshments, 10-2pm.

FITNESS

BRADWELL. Mill Lane Community Centre: Chinto karate group with fourth dan instructor Tracy Pillar, 5yrs to adult, 5.45-6.45pm.

GORLESTON. Cliffs (north end): 5k timed run, jog, walk, all ages and abilities, 9am.

SHOWS

GORLESTON. Pavilion Theatre, Pier Gardens: The Wizard of Oz (pantomime), 2.30pm £12.50/concs £10/children £9, 01493 662832.

GREAT YARMOUTH. Hippodrome Circus, St George’s Road: Christmas Spectacular with Globe of Death bikers from Bulgaria, circus artistes and Jack Jay and Johnny Mac, 2.30pm and 6.30pm £11-£17.50, 01493 844172.

ORMESBY. Bracecamp Hall: The Canterville Ghost by the Rain or Shine Theatre, 7pm £9/children £6, family (2+2) £25, tickets Theatre Royal 01603 630000.

STALHAM. High School: The Flint Street Nativity by the Stalham Players, 2.30pm and 7.30pm £6 including programme and interval refreshments, tickets from Stalham Happing Shop, enquiries 01692 651518.

CONCERTS

BLOFIELD. Blofield Church: Broadland Youth Choir Christmas cracker, Christmas concert, songs, readings, prose and jokes, 7pm £7.50, £4 child from broadlandyouthchoir@gmail.com or the Church 01603 700232.

BRUNDALL. Memorial Hall: Christmas concert, Brundall Singers plus June Harrison (soprano), Bryan Ellum and Jane Berry (piano), 7.30pm £6; proceeds to local charities.

GORLESTON. Pavilion Theatre, Pier Gardens: A Christmas Concert with Nigel Boy Syer, Lisa Marie and Country Company, 7.45pm £10, 01493 662832.

SOUTH WALSHAM. St Lawrence’s Art Centre: Come and Sing, Vivaldi’s Gloria together with other works from Bach and Vivaldi with soloists Meg Starling, soprano; Felicity Devonshire, mezzo soprano; Anna Hopkins, flute; pre concert rehearsal at 2.30pm, 7.30pm £5/friends of St Lawrence free, for further information call 01493 751700.

STALHAM. St Mary’s Church, Stalham: The Jay Singers: Christmas is coming, 3pm, seasonal music for all the family.

GIGS

BECCLES. Caxton Club: Starrz, 8.30-11.15pm.

HEMSBY. Seadell Bar: Yarebeats, 8.30pm.

DANCES

GREAT YARMOUTH. Lichfield Community Centre, Suffolk Road: Children’s ballroom and Latin American dance classes, 2.15-3.15pm, £3. Contact 01493 445767.

Northgate Hospital Social Club, Churchill Road: Not Strictly Ballroom, sociable mixture of ballroom, latin, sequence and fun dances, licenced bar, 8-11pm £5, details www.ballroomdances.co.uk.

HOVETON. Village Hall: Social sequence and ballroom dancing, party night, bring a plate of food, 7-10.45pm £3, information Jackie or Mike on 01692 403591.

HOPTON. Hopton Village Hall, Station Road: Toddlers Ballet 10am, Junior Ballet 11am, Beginners Tap 12pm, phone charlotte on 01502 732048.

SALES

ROLLESBY. Rollesby Primary School, Main Road: Christmas craft fair, 10am-4pm.

EXHIBITIONS

GREAT YARMOUTH. The Guild Gallery, 67-70 Victoria Arcade: Great Yarmouth Guild of Artists and Craftsmen, art, crafts and sculptures by 43 artists (to June 2011, Mon-Sat 10am-4pm).

The Upstairs Gallery Norfolk, The Courtyard, Main Cross Road: 01493 852574.

Christmas Craft, Glitz and Glamour, jewellery by Karen Conroy and Cherry Carnage, hand-crafted bears by Shona Winter, glasswork by Pia Zocca (to Dec 31, Tues-Sun 10.30am-4pm).

Rinat Baibekov, paintings of twisted fantasy characters (to Dec 31, Tues-Sun 10.30am-4pm).

Time and Tide, 16 Blackfriars Road: 01493 743930. Two Shores: Living with the North Sea, the coastal life of East Anglia and its neighbours across the sea (to Mar 27, Mon-Fri 10am-4pm, Sat-Sun 12-4pm, closed Dec 24-26 and Jan 1).

SUNDAY, DECEMBER 12

EVENTS

CAISTER-ON-SEA. Lifeboat Visitor Centre: Open day, shop and station open, souvenir brochure and coffee, 10am-1.30pm £2, children free.

CANTLEY. Village Hall: Refresh, simple non-denominational worship, refreshments, 6.30-9pm, 01493 700544 (Pam).

Sonseekers Christian-based club for ages 3-11, 10-11.30am, 01493 700544 (Pam).

GORLESTON. Yacht pond: Gorleston Model boat club, visitors welcome, 10am.

LUDHAM. How Hill National Nature Reserve: Winter at How Hill, experience the marshes in winter, boat trips, bird hide, wildlife trails, mulled apple juice, mince pies, 9.30am-1pm £9.50/children £7.50, family £30.

Throwers: Winter Walk, Ludham Archive Group 3-4 miles, 2pm.

SOUTH WALSHAM. Fairhaven Woodland and Water Garden: Fairhaven Garden festive fun, Father Christmas and reindeer event, mini Christmas market, children’s crafts, live music, 5-7pm £5.

STALHAM. St Mary’s Church: Christmas tree festival, nearly 50 trees decorated by local schools, groups and businesses, refreshments, 12-4pm.

STRUMPSHAW. RSPB Strumpshaw Fen: Off the Beaten Track, a wild walk through parts of the reserve not normally seen, 10.30am-12.30pm £5/children and RSPB members £3, booking essential, 01603 715191.

SHOWS

GORLESTON. Pavilion Theatre, Pier Gardens: The Wizard of Oz (pantomime), 2.30pm and 6pm £12.50/concs £10/children £9, 01493 662832.

GREAT YARMOUTH. Hippodrome Circus, St George’s Road: Christmas Spectacular with Globe of Death bikers from Bulgaria, circus artistes and Jack Jay and Johnny Mac, 1.30pm and 5.30pm £11-£17.50, 01493 844172.

CONCERTS

ACLE. St Edmunds Church: Come and Sing, Vivaldi’s Gloria together with other works from Bach and Vivaldi with soloists Meg Starling, soprano; Felicity Devonshire, mezzo soprano; Anna Hopkins, flute; pre concert rehearsal at 4.30pm, 6pm £10/concs £5.

MARTHAM. Baptist Church, White Street: One Sweet Chord, Vocal Chords and Trinity Broads Singers present a concert of harmony songs from Africa, North America, Spain, Georgia, Bulgaria and England with a seasonal twist, 6.30pm £5, children free; proceeds to be shared between Norfolk Venda Educational Project (schools in South Africa), Connects and Co (young carers in Norfolk) and Martham Baptist Church’s renovation fund.

DANCES

HOPTON. Hopton Village Hall, Station Road: kidz dancing 10 till noon, tea dance, 1.30-3.30pm.

SALES

FILBY. Playing Field Club Room, Main Road: Christmas fair, prize draw, tombola, preserves, jams, pickles, Christmas decorations and wreaths, home-made candles, basket raffle, cakes and refreshments, Santa, 2-5pm; proceeds to the new hall fund and Filby in Bloom.

FRITTON. Myhill’s Nurseries, Beccles Road: Car boot, 9am-1pm.

STALHAM. Swan Car Park: Mini Market, cakes, scones, free range eggs, jams, chutneys, marmalades, meat pies, vegetarian tartlets and fresh vegetables, refreshments at the Swan, 2-4pm.

EXHIBITIONS

GREAT YARMOUTH. The Upstairs Gallery Norfolk, The Courtyard, Main Cross Road: 01493 852574. Christmas Craft, Glitz and Glamour, jewellery by Karen Conroy and Cherry Carnage, hand-crafted bears by Shona Winter, glasswork by Pia Zocca (to Dec 31, Tues-Sun 10.30am-4pm).

Rinat Baibekov, paintings of twisted fantasy characters (to Dec 31, Tues-Sun 10.30am-4pm).

Time and Tide, 16 Blackfriars Road: 01493 743930. Two Shores: Living with the North Sea, the coastal life of East Anglia and its neighbours across the sea (to Mar 27, Mon-Fri 10am-4pm, Sat-Sun 12-4pm, closed Dec 24-26 and Jan 1).

FITNESS

BRADWELL. Bradwell Community Centre, Mill Lane: Chinto karate lessons, 10.30-11.30am.

MONDAY, DECEMBER 13

EVENTS

CANTLEY. Village Hall: gd2cu, free cuppa and chat, 10am-12.

Whist drive, 7.45pm, 01493 700734 (Ellen).

GREAT YARMOUTH. Community Library: Friendship Club, 10am-12, 01493 844551/842279.

MARTHAM. Youth Centre: Broadland Woodturners Christmas meet, with a pole lathe demo, 7.30pm, please bring a little supper.

FITNESS

HOPTON. Hopton Village Hall, Station Road: Keep Fit 50+, 7.30pm.

STALHAM. Baptist Church: Mobile Gym, 10am-2.45pm.

SUTTON, STALHAM. Infant School: Studio Cycling (Spinning), 6.15pm, circuit training, 7.15pm, 01603 782343.

SHOWS

GORLESTON. Pavilion Theatre, Pier Gardens: The Wizard of Oz (pantomime), 10am and 7.30pm £12.50/concs £10/children £9, 01493 662832.

DANCES

GORLESTON. St. Peter’s Church: Hall Line dancing 10am till noon with Paul £4.00.

GREAT YARMOUTH. Northgate Hospital Social Club: Line dancing 8 till 10.15am with Paul £4.00. Contact Paul 01493 669155

SALES

ACLE. Church: Farmers’ Market, 9am-1pm.

EXHIBITIONS

GREAT YARMOUTH. The Guild Gallery, 67-70 Victoria Arcade: Great Yarmouth Guild of Artists and Craftsmen, art, crafts and sculptures by 43 artists (to June 2011, Mon-Sat 10am-4pm).

The Upstairs Gallery Norfolk, The Courtyard, Main Cross Road: 01493 852574. Christmas Craft, Glitz and Glamour, jewellery by Karen Conroy and Cherry Carnage, hand-crafted bears by Shona Winter, glasswork by Pia Zocca (to Dec 31, Tues-Sun 10.30am-4pm).

Rinat Baibekov, paintings of twisted fantasy characters (to Dec 31, Tues-Sun 10.30am-4pm).

Time and Tide, 16 Blackfriars Road: 01493 743930. Two Shores: Living with the North Sea, the coastal life of East Anglia and its neighbours across the sea (to Mar 27, Mon-Fri 10am-4pm, Sat-Sun 12-4pm, closed Dec 24-26 and Jan 1).

TUESDAY, DECEMBER 14

EVENTS

CANTLEY. Village Hall: Keep fit for women, 9.30am, 01493 701583 (Sarah).

GREAT YARMOUTH.

Noble Hall, Priory Centre: Tuesday Group, meeting to try new activities, including drama, art etc…, 1-3pm.

St James Church: Fingers and Thumbs Baby and Toddler Group, 1.30-3pm, 50p.

HADDISCOE. St Mary’s Church: Coffee morning, socialise, knit for charity, drinks, cakes, 10am to noon.

HORNING. Village Hall: The Get Together Club for over 50s, 2.30pm, 01692 631252.

LINGWOOD. Methodist chapel: Pamper Day, beauty therapy treatments available for £5 per 15 minute session, refreshments, book on 01603 713837, 9am-4pm; money raised will go towards equipment for new kitchen.

MARTHAM. Martham Methodist School Room: A talk by Rex Steadman on the history of newspapers in Norfolk, 7.30pm, members £1, non members £3 (£1 up to year 11).

ORMESBY. Light of Life Baptist Church: Club and lunch for older folk, drop in from 10am.

FITNESS

GORLESTON. Shrublands Youth and Adult Centre: Keep fit class incorporating basic martial arts moves to music, 9.30-10.30am.

HOPTON. Hopton Village Hall, Station Road: Slimming World, 7.15pm.

SHOWS

GORLESTON. Pavilion Theatre, Pier Gardens: The Wizard of Oz (pantomime), 10am and 2.30pm £12.50/concs £10/children £9, 01493 662832.

LOWESTOFT. Marina Theatre, The Marina: Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs – Stefan Booth (Hollyoaks, Eastenders, The Bill), Nikki Kelly (Hi-De-Hi) and Mike ‘Squeaky’ McClean, 10.15am and 7pm £5-£16.50, 01502 533200.

GIGS

GORLESTON. Pub on the Shrubs, Hawthorn Road: Folk night, 8pm.

HORNING. New Inn: Open mic night, 8.30pm.

DANCES

GREAT YARMOUTH. Conservative Club: Salsa with Alegria, class 8-11pm, 07716 062364.

Northgate Hospital Social Club, Northgate Street: Ballroom and sequence dance, 2-4.15pm, 01692 403591.

Northgate Hospital Social Club, Northgate Street: Line dancing 8 till 10.15am with Paul £4.00. Contact Paul 01493 669155

Cobholm Community Centre: tea dance, ballroom, sequence, line and Latin dance and raffle, 2pm-4.15pm, £2.

SALES

STALHAM. Town Hall: Table top sale, 8am-12.15pm.

EXHIBITIONS

GREAT YARMOUTH. The Guild Gallery, 67-70 Victoria Arcade: Great Yarmouth Guild of Artists and Craftsmen, art, crafts and sculptures by 43 artists (to June 2011, Mon-Sat 10am-4pm).

The Upstairs Gallery Norfolk, The Courtyard, Main Cross Road: 01493 852574.

Christmas Craft, Glitz and Glamour, jewellery by Karen Conroy and Cherry Carnage, hand-crafted bears by Shona Winter, glasswork by Pia Zocca (to Dec 31, Tues-Sun 10.30am-4pm).

Rinat Baibekov, paintings of twisted fantasy characters (to Dec 31, Tues-Sun 10.30am-4pm).

Time and Tide, 16 Blackfriars Road: 01493 743930. Two Shores: Living with the North Sea, the coastal life of East Anglia and its neighbours across the sea (to Mar 27, Mon-Fri 10am-4pm, Sat-Sun 12-4pm, closed Dec 24-26 and Jan 1).

WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 15

EVENTS

CANTLEY. Village Hall: WI meeting, 7.30pm, 01493 700185 (Eleanor).

GREAT YARMOUTH. The Rumbold Arms PH, Southtown Road: RAOB Pride of Great Yarmouth Lodge meet, 8pm

Christchurch, King Street: Women’s Fellowship weekly meeting, 2.30pm.

Newtown Methodist Church Hall: Coffee morning and bric-a-brac stall, 10.15am-noon.

Great Yarmouth Library: Free and confidential health check with community health trainers, 2.30-4.15pm.

SOUTH WALSHAM. Fairhaven Water Gardens: Fit Together Walk, 2.4 miles, village walk, 10.30am, mince pies and hot drinks available afterwards at Fairhaven, please book on 01603 423377 £2.50.

FITNESS

GREAT YARMOUTH. Kings centre, Queen Anne’s road: seated exercise, 1.15-2.30pm, £1, (bus nos. 8,8A).

HOPTON. Hopton Village Hall, Station Road: Phoenix Karate, 4.45pm, call Charlie on 01502 730171.

Hopton Village Hall, Station Road: Power yoga, 7-8pm.

SHOWS

GORLESTON. Pavilion Theatre, Pier Gardens: The Wizard of Oz (pantomime), 10am and 2.30pm £12.50/concs £10/children £9, 01493 662832.

CONCERTS

STALHAM. Stalham High School: Christmas concert, Norfolk Wherry Brass and Martham Junior School Choral Society, 7.30 £6/£1 for under 16s; in aid of RAF Association Battle of Britain Wings Appeal and Norfolk Wherry Brass. Seventh annual Christmas concert, Potter Heigham RAF and Norfolk Wherry Brass, 7.30pm tickets Happing Shop, High St, Stalham, £6 door.

DANCES

BELTON. Northgate Hospital Social Club, Northgate Street: Line dancing 10am till noon with Paul £4.00. Contact Paul 01493 669155.

BRADWELL. Community Centre: Tap and exercise, 7.30-8.30pm, 07906 520651.

EXHIBITIONS

GREAT YARMOUTH. The Guild Gallery, 67-70 Victoria Arcade: Great Yarmouth Guild of Artists and Craftsmen, art, crafts and sculptures by 43 artists (to June 2011, Mon-Sat 10am-4pm).

The Upstairs Gallery Norfolk, The Courtyard, Main Cross Road: 01493 852574. Christmas Craft, Glitz and Glamour, jewellery by Karen Conroy and Cherry Carnage, hand-crafted bears by Shona Winter, glasswork by Pia Zocca (to Dec 31, Tues-Sun 10.30am-4pm).

Rinat Baibekov, paintings of twisted fantasy characters (to Dec 31, Tues-Sun 10.30am-4pm).

Time and Tide, 16 Blackfriars Road: 01493 743930. Two Shores: Living with the North Sea, the coastal life of East Anglia and its neighbours across the sea (to Mar 27, Mon-Fri 10am-4pm, Sat-Sun 12-4pm, closed Dec 24-26 and Jan 1).

THURSDAY, DECEMBER 16

EVENTS

CANTLEY. Village Hall: Stay and Play, chat while the children play for free, 9-11am, 01493 700308 (Cantley Primary School).

SOUTH WALSHAM. Fairhaven Woodland and Water Garden: Christmas wreath workshop, make a wreath using natural materials with Val Noon from Natural Crafts, 10.30am (fully booked) and 7pm £12 including all materials and tea, coffee and biscuits, bookings 01603 270449.

FITNESS

CATFIELD. Village Hall: Circuit Training, 8.15pm, 01603 782343. Studio Cycling (Spinning), 7.15pm, 01603 782343.

HOPTON. Hopton Village Hall, Station Road: Pilates, 7.30-8.30pm.

SHOWS

GORLESTON. Pavilion Theatre, Pier Gardens: The Wizard of Oz (pantomime), 10am and 2.30pm £12.50/concs £10/children £9, 01493 662832.

GREAT YARMOUTH. Hippodrome Circus, St George’s Road: Christmas Spectacular with Globe of Death bikers from Bulgaria, circus artistes and Jack Jay and Johnny Mac, 2.30pm and 6.30pm £11-£17.50, 01493 844172.

DANCES

GORLESTON. James Paget Hospital Burrage Centre: Salsa with Alegria, beginners 8pm, 07710 205557.

GREAT YARMOUTH. Lichfield Community Centre, Suffolk Road: Adult beginners ballroom and Latin American dance classes, 7.15-8.15pm, £2.50. Contact 01493 445767.

HOPTON. Hopton Village Hall, Station Road: Junior Tap, 4pm, Modern Jazz 5pm,Adult Tap 6pm,

phone Charlotte on 01502 732048.

SALES

ACLE. Horners Acle Saleground, Old Norwich Road: Country auction and traditional market, 9am.

EXHIBITIONS

GREAT YARMOUTH. The Guild Gallery, 67-70 Victoria Arcade: Great Yarmouth Guild of Artists and Craftsmen, art, crafts and sculptures by 43 artists (to June 2011, Mon-Sat 10am-4pm).

The Upstairs Gallery Norfolk, The Courtyard, Main Cross Road: 01493 852574. Christmas Craft, Glitz and Glamour, jewellery by Karen Conroy and Cherry Carnage, hand-crafted bears by Shona Winter, glasswork by Pia Zocca (to Dec 31, Tues-Sun 10.30am-4pm).

Rinat Baibekov, paintings of twisted fantasy characters (to Dec 31, Tues-Sun 10.30am-4pm).

Time and Tide, 16 Blackfriars Road: 01493 743930. Two Shores: Living with the North Sea, the coastal life of East Anglia and its neighbours across the sea (to Mar 27, Mon-Fri 10am-4pm, Sat-Sun 12-4pm, closed Dec 24-26 and Jan 1).


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