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St Georges Day Flags 
Its almost that time of year when the village comes alive with the St Georges Day Flags.  We'll be putting them up on Sunday 14th April, meeting at 10am at the noticeboard outside the Kitchen Larder.  We understand that time is precious but we really hope you can support us - even if you physically can't be there, please ask your friends and family if they can help.  We had very few volunteers to help with the take down of the Christmas lights and it would be a real shame if we were unable to put the flags up this year. 

 

 

 

Purple Day for Epilepsy Society 
Our last Chamber Seminar was held at the Epilepsy Society where we learnt all about Epilepsy and the fabulous work the Society does with no Government funding.  If you haven't heard of Purple Day, where have you been hiding? It's on 26th March and many of our businesses are turning purple on, and leading up to the day. You don't have to do very much at all.. wear something purple, bake a purple cake... it's more about awareness, but if you can do something to raise money for the Epilepsy Society even better - remember to use the tag #purpleday in your social media posts

 

 

Our next Seminar
Our next seminar is at Austenmead, a lovely supported living home in School Lane. We'll be there on 23rd May from about 6pm - presentations start at 6.30pm  At these events you get to learn about some of our members and their businesses as well as enjoying a drink or two with time for informal networking. 
If you would like to showcase your business at one of our  events please do get in contact. 

 

 

Your Chamber needs you! 
You may have seen in the Presidents report for 2018 that we finished up last year with 91 members - more than we've ever had! However, we are struggling to find committee members to support all these members. If you have a few hours a week and want to join a proactive team supporting our businesses, please let me know.  You are often the first to know about important information and initiatives and will have a say in any decisions we make. You are more than welcome to attend one of our monthly committee meetings before you commit to anything. Let me know if you want further details. 

 

 

Feast Day 
Feast Day will be here before we know it! If you'd like to advertise your business or organisation in the Feast Day brochure please get in contact with Simon on 077866 00070 or simon_harris@talk21.com before the end of March. 

If you can volunteer some time on the day or want to book a stall, please contact the Feast Day and Fun Night organisers.

 

Subscriptions 2019 

A gentle reminder to pay your subscriptions for 2019 before we need to start the reminder process. All of this will cost us time and effort which we could be making more use of elsewhere.  If you haven't joined yet and would like to know more about member benefits, please get in contact.  

 

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Newsletter September 2019:

Thank you for subscribing to the Keep it Local CSP newsletter, containing regular news and updates about what's available in YOUR village!


Keep it Local CSP is an initiative of the Chalfont St Peter Chamber of Commerce to encourage people in Chalfont St Peter to shop in our handy village centre, to dine in local restaurants, to engage tradesmen from across the village for odd jobs and bigger projects, to use the varied services of the multitude of business people in the area – and help them all to continue to provide us with useful products and services, right on our doorstep, to minimise the need to travel further afield to less convenient shopping centres. Please spread the word and help others to 'Keep it Local'...

 

 

The Chamber are delighted to welcome Karen Dickson and Tony Shinner to our numbers. Both Karen and Tony are regular supporters of the Chamber in their capacity as parish councillors, but they now join us as business owners of DicksonShinner

‘CSP and the surrounding areas has a high percentage of elderlyresidents, and not all of them are fortunate enough to have family close by to assist them with their administrative, practical and financial needs’, says Karen.

DicksonShinner is a confidential, registered and insured service that is able to act as advocates for clients no longer mobile or able to manage their own affairs. Karen and Tony are able to act under Power of Attorney to handle all medical and financial matters for the client, while the client is well enough to instruct them, and to continue acting for their client if their health should take a turn for the worse and they do not have immediate next of kin close by to step in for them.

DicksonShinner are also able to assist with all matters probate-related, from closing down accounts and services, to sorting pets, cars and homes, and making the necessary applications to the court for authority to clear and empty the home and oversee the entire probate process. A different but significant service aims to help clients put their affairs in order.  This service helps folk prepare the paperwork that their executor will one day need to administer their estate (their home, their finances and their worldly possessions). This popular service is called a BLUE RIBBON PEACE OF MIND Package, and involves a 4 hour consultation (over a number of days) with a client who is sensibly preparing a record of important paperwork for peace of mind.  Identifying items of value in the home, arranging professional valuations and provenance certificates is a part of the service. The end product is a hard copy summary of all important documentation for the client to hand to their chosen executor, their solicitor or trusted family member for safekeeping.
This service is entirely confidential

 

 

 

Solo Exhibitions at Emerald Frames 

The solo exhibitions continue at Emerald Frames.  Until Saturday October 5th you can see the wonderful work of Julie Rumsey. Julie combines stunning colours and textures to create her unique prints and mixed media artworks.  

 

Do the job you love!

Karen Munro is a successful and established Career Coach based right here in Chalfont St. Peter. She offers specialist Career Coaching and CV Support Services to adults who are looking to ‘do a job they love’ by either improving or completely changing their careers.
Karen also  specialises in enabling her clients to write great CV’s and offers a CV Review Service for just £15 which you can redeem  back off your full Coaching session.

  • Do you need help to make an important career decision?
  • Are you feeling stuck in your career?
  • Are you worried you are too old to make a change now?
  • Feeling unhappy in your job but can’t afford to change jobs or earn less?
  • Want to do something different but don’t know what you really want to do?
  • Concerned about not having a degree or having to retrain or start again?
  • Have you recently been made redundant and suddenly found yourself out of work?
  • Feeling frustrated after sending out countless C.V’s and getting nothing back?
  • Are you trying to return to work after a maternity or career break?
  • Want to change direction but feel overwhelmed with the whole idea?

Looking for advice on how to write a strong and effective C.V and cover letter?

  • Need help with interview skills techniques to secure that dream job?
  • Do you have a Linked In account but have no idea how to actually use it?

 

Get in touch with Karen via her website munrocareers to book your free telephone consultation to find out more!

 

 

Shaded Interiors Opening Soon

Shaded Interiors is a new addition to the village opening soon at no 27a Market Place offering bespoke curtains, blinds and shutters.  Their official opening date is now Wednesday September 18th. Pop along any time between 12 midday and 9pm to meet the team and enjoy some complimentary refreshments. 

 

 

Parking 

Do you go out to work each day, leaving your driveway empty and therefore your home at more risk of burglary?  Or, do you work in the village and find it increasingly difficult to find somewhere to park all day? 

Did you know there are several sites that cater for both? Below is a small selection
www.yourparkingspace.co.uk
www.parkonmydrive.com
www.justpark.com

When listing your driveway please consider that the majority of folk need an alternative to the Church Lane car park which is currently priced at £3.60 a day

 

 

And finally...  

We're delighted to announce that many of our shops will be open late on a Thursday evening to give those of you that aren't around during the day to explore our wonderful High Street.  Some of our shops have already started their late nights with more joining in nearer to Christmas. 

 

 

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October Seminar 
Chalfont St Peter Tennis Club are delighted to be hosting the Autumn Chamber of Commerce networking event at their club on Friday 11th October. The event will commence at 6pm until roughly 8.30pm. If any attendees would like to have a game of tennis on their courts, this will be available from 5pm. Please email Therese at news@chalfontstpetertennisclub.co.uk if you would like to have a game! Suitable tennis footwear will be necessary to use on the courts and there will be some demo rackets and tennis balls available for use.

Date: 11th October 2019 
Time: 6pm for 6.30pm start (or 5pm to take advantage of the tennis game) 
Location: Chalfont St Peter Tennis Club, Playing Field, Gravel Hill, CSP, SL9 9QZ

Please let us know if you are able to attend to give us an idea of numbers for catering
 

 

 

Employability Skills Day – Wednesday 13th November 

The Chalfonts Community College will be holding an Employability Skills Day on Wednesday 13th November, this day is for our Yr11 Students and Sixth Form students. The day will include a careers fair in our main hall, the students will be able to attend four career related workshops, participate in a 1:1 interview with a professional from outside The College and complete an on-line career related psychometric test.

It would be great if local business people and traders could assist us with this day! It is also a great opportunity for you to meet our young people. There are several ways in which you can help us:

• Represent your organisation, area of work at our careers fair. Students are really interested to learn how individuals make their work choices and their career journeys.

• Interview our students. Students are asked to complete a generic application form prior to the meeting, this information will be a starting point for discussion. This is likely to be the first time our students have spoken about themselves in a formal setting. The interview lasts ten minutes and in my opinion is the most personally beneficial part of the day for the student.

• Career Related Workshops. There are a selection of workshops the students can choose to attend, they range from Apprenticeships, Applying to University and University Life, Working in Engineering, Starting Your Own Business, Working in the Catering Industry, Working in Media, Completing a Job Application Form and Writing a CV, Creating a Good Impression….. If you would like to run a workshop, we would welcome the opportunity to discuss this with you further.

If you think you can help, please get in touch with the team on 01753 881744

 

 

 

We need your help
The Chalfont St Peter Chamber of Commerce was founded in 1948 and the team of volunteers have done amazing work over the years supporting business and working with the community. Right now we are desperately short on committee members and we're worried that we will have to cut back on some of our activities.  Please contact me if you think you can spare a few hours a week and be able to attend our monthly meetings - we meet at 6pm on the first Wednesday of each month. 

Marie Cavanagh 
President 
Chalfont St Peter Chamber of Commerce 
T: 01753 899108
 

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Thank you for subscribing to the Keep it Local CSP newsletter, containing regular news and updates about what's available in YOUR village!


Keep it Local CSP is an initiative of the Chalfont St Peter Chamber of Commerce to encourage people in Chalfont St Peter to shop in our handy village centre, to dine in local restaurants, to engage tradesmen from across the village for odd jobs and bigger projects, to use the varied services of the multitude of business people in the area – and help them all to continue to provide us with useful products and services, right on our doorstep, to minimise the need to travel further afield to less convenient shopping centres. Please spread the word and help others to 'Keep it Local'...

In these difficult times where the majority of our shops and businesses are temporarily closed, we're really grateful for your ongoing support.  
#keepitlocalcsp

 

 

Message from Karen Munro – Career Coach
 
Whether you’re furloughed, working from home, continuing to work as normal, a Key Worker, self employed or unemployed you will have been effected by Covid-19 in some way.  Whilst there are loads of new websites, posts, programmes and supports out there, it’s still a really challenging and unsettling time.
Whatever your situation is, now is a great time for self-care and self-reflection.  It may also be a fantastic opportunity to evaluate your career. 
If you are furloughed, take this time consider how your job may change when you return and what can you do to pivot, adapt and change to make sure you can reconnect with a new normal.  There are lots of free online courses being made available, perhaps investing in some training could help you. You may also be thinking you want to do something different when it’s safe to go back.  Take some time to consider what that might look like.  
If you are working from home, can you factor in some free courses in to your routine?  Note the change in your environment and energy levels and consider ways you can adapt to working differently.  I am busy working from home and rearranged my space to ensure I am right near a bright window looking out in to the garden so I don’t feel too hemmed in and can still connect with nature and the sun (when it’s not raining!).
If you are continuing to work as normal, supermarket assistants are a great example, making sure you are able to keep safe at work and ensure your organisation is supporting you and considerate of your wellbeing and safety.  If it is more interested in profit, then perhaps it might be worth thinking about whether their values meet yours.  Is it time to focus on something different or a new employer?
If you have found yourself in the unfortunate position of being made redundant take a look at my article here

If you want to make some changes you may be finding it difficult to think past this situation.  I have published an article about the Power of Coaching which contains a free self-coaching exercise.  Give it a go and see how it helps you.
I am offering out free CV templates and guides to help anyone in the community thinking about applying for a new job and don’t have a CV.  
I am offering a 20 minute free telephone coaching consultation, so if you want to use this time as an opportunity to change your life or your Career, please get in touch.   
Keep safe and well. 
Karen

 

 

Richard Robert Hairdressing 

We know that you are all desperate to be sitting back in the chair having your hair done, but under government legislation this isn't possible right now. In the meantime why not treat your locks to some of Oway's organic products in their beautiful signature amber bottles.  Hop on over to Richard Robert Hairdressing's Facebook page to find out how you can order.  You can also register on their waiting list to book your appointment as soon as they are back up and running again. 

 

 

Pells of St Peter 

NEED AN ELECTRICIAN?
Our resident electrican Vincent Pells is still working and subject to social distancing measures is happy to come to your houses to carry out emergency works.
Now might be a good time for general maintenance and inspection/testing of empty properties or to get those jobs done that have been hanging around for a while. 
Contact Vincent if you have any electrical requirements  

Vincent Pells
T-01753 889705
E-mail Vincent@vincentpells.plus.com

 

Diogenes Sun Club 
Diogenes – locked down but not down!
Diogenes has been open since 1932, and has never closed its doors until now.  It’s been a sad time for us to have to shut, particularly as we approach the peak season for naturism when we’d normally expect our lawns, pools and camping pitches to be full of happy people.  Like any organisation, Covid-19 has impacted our activities, but we have cause for great optimism.
The lock down period has certainly given people a chance to take stock, to seek out ways to improve their wellbeing and find opportunities to relax, managing the stress that so many are feeling while the pandemic progresses.  It’s good to see people out in the countryside on their daily exercise, and getting connected to nature in order to relax.  
Connectedness to nature has proven benefits for both mental and physical wellbeing – and naturism fits the bill perfectly! Our national organisation has reported a large increase in interest in naturism, as people look for new ways to escape from the stresses of daily life – and that bodes really well for us!
Although we are shut at the moment, we’re looking forward to when we can reopen and welcome our members, many local, back to the club.  We hope that soon, our six-acre site is again full of happiness, as friends catch up with each other and enjoy the club’s many facilities.
We hope to welcome many new members too, and we are keeping a waiting list ready for when we get back to normality.  You can apply for a free trial visit through our website at www.diogenessunclub.co.uk.  We look forward to meeting you, and we send our best wishes to all in our local community – stay safe.
 

 

 

Unique Like You 

Unique Like you are now offering 'Paint at Home' pottery kits. Are you looking for something different to do, either with the kids or to take a break from home working? Take a look here for more details on how to order your kit. We can't wait to try ours! 

 

 

Bodyworks Multi-Therapy Clinic

Bodyworks is now operating a limited Osteopathy clinic for emergency, urgent or essential appointments. This will run initially on a Tuesday with Peter Clark. Please click here to book your appointment 

Bodyworks are operating within the guidelines of their governing body and wish to assure patients that they will be following protocol with regards to personal protection equipment and sanitising.

 

 

 

Pop and Moo
Pop & Moo have lots of Spring/Summer fashion styles perfect for staying in or enjoying the sunshine. 
Also gifts aplenty to cheer up loved ones during this time. With free local delivery, just contact the team and let them know what you’d like and they'll sort the rest for you!

 

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Thank you for subscribing to the Keep it Local CSP newsletter, containing regular news and updates about what's available in YOUR village!


Keep it Local CSP is an initiative of the Chalfont St Peter Chamber of Commerce to encourage people in Chalfont St Peter to shop in our handy village centre, to dine in local restaurants, to engage tradesmen from across the village for odd jobs and bigger projects, to use the varied services of the multitude of business people in the area – and help them all to continue to provide us with useful products and services, right on our doorstep, to minimise the need to travel further afield to less convenient shopping centres. Please spread the word and help others to 'Keep it Local'...

 

 

We're really pleased to see that many of our non essential retail stores are starting to open up again and it's been lovely to see so many of you supporting the small independents in the village.  It is a tough time at the moment with restrictions imposed to ensure your safety is paramount.  Each business has had to complete a risk assessment and make significant changes to the way they work - many are operating reduced days/hours so please check before making a special trip to your favourite shop.  Over the coming days you will see some changes in the village centre to further ensure your safety and allow for the social distancing guidelines.  

Click on this link from the Parish Council to see more details. 
 

 

 

Double Celebration at Chalfont St. Peter retirement home
 
Residents at Austenmead, an independent living home for the elderly on School Lane in Chalfont St. Peter, had two reasons to celebrate recently.  Decked to the rafters with Union Jack bunting, the eight residents celebrated not only the anniversary of the end to the war in Europe, but also that three of the staff at the home, House Managers Lesley Wilcock & Beverley Green and assistant Mimi Zabarcencu have been locked down with them since the lockdown began in mid-March and, as a result, all staff and residents are still safe and well. 
 
The residents at the home, which has eleven rooms in total, have their own self-contained apartments along with a communal dining room and lounge where home-cooked meals and entertainment are provided all year round.  One House Manager is always on site anyway, but although the residents are relatively fit and well, Lesley and Beverley did not hesitate to offer to stay in complete lockdown with them for the three-month period suggested by the government for the vulnerable, in order to reduce the risk of bringing the virus into the home.  
 
In order to try and make up for the absence of visits from loved ones a laptop was bought for the residents to be able to stay in touch and although the usual external entertainers have been unable to visit, the activities have just become more inventive including gala dinners, with everyone dressing up in their finery, growing the houses own fruit and vegetables using the greenhouse and raised plant beds, quizzes, karaoke and of course the usual bingo, film nights, arts and crafts and puzzle solving!  The residents have also been able to benefit from daily walks in the beautiful grounds and being able to sun themselves on the lounge terrace!
 
Bob Forster, Chair of the team of volunteer trustees who oversee the running of the home, expressed his admiration for both the staff who have devoted themselves to the residents in this way as well as the residents for banding together to get each other through these unprecedented times.
 
The house has also been well cared for within the community with local people dropping off (on the bench outside the house) gifts for the staff and residents often without knowing even who has done it, and so everyone at the home would like to say a big ‘THANK YOU’ to each and every one of them.
 
Asked what the staff are most looking forward to in the future, they replied that they can’t wait to welcome new residents, with one currently waiting to move in when restrictions are lifted, and also to move on with the refurbishment of the home, which is currently on hold due to the crisis, which includes modernisation of all en-suites and redecoration of communal areas.
 

 

 

We really love to see our members coming together to work on special projects but this story has really warmed our hearts 

Chef Zhu and Spice Restaurant have been quietly working together over the last few weeks to show their support to the carers who are looking after some of the most vunerable people at Epilepsy Society. Between them they have provided nearly 300 free meals, during a time when their own businesses have been severely impacted. What’s really lovely about this story is that both restaurants are effectively in competition with each other but can put that aside to give back to the community

 

Crumbs Coffee 

It's great to see Crumbs Coffee back in business with their usual smiling faces ready to serve you.  Pop in and treat yourself to something to take away and enjoy on the common or one of the other lovely open spaces in the village. 

 

 

 

Emerald Frames 

Emerald Frames is currently exhibiting Josie Clouting's 'Biomes' The theme of the show is based around paintings inspired by Eden Project in Cornwall.  Many of the paintings are shaped to reflect the glazing in the Eden project’s design.

Keep an eye on Emerald Frames facebook page to see details of the paintings on line. Please contact the team if you would like to reserve one. You are, of course welcome to visit the gallery to view the show, but due to COVID 19 restrictions you will need to make an appointment. 

 

 

Pop and Moo

Pop and Moo are delighted to announce that their boutique & gift shop is now open at 10am every day
As they monitor customer needs over the first few days they will review days & hours of opening and updates will be available on their social media pages & website
The Pop & Moo team would like to wish all the local businesses the very best of luck as they start to re open again and a great big thank you to everyone who has supported them during these difficult times. 
 

 

 

Spoilt Rotten 

Spoilt Rotten are thrilled to be back open to stand alongside the rest of the High Street opening and offering their full range of services, following strict guidelines and safety procedures.  If your doggy is due to be totally Spoilt Rotten this summer advance booking is highly recommended as they are in high demand and at times have a 2-6 week wait for an appointment. They are now accepting new clients too, but there is a wait for an appointment.
Natasha & Dave, would like to personally thank every single individual who has supported their small independent business, whether it is buying a bag of treats, a new dog bed or using their grooming services, through this uncertain time and ongoing and are looking forward to seeing lots of smiling faces and wagging tails in the future. Thank you to all. Spoilt Rotten wish everyone well and are looking forward to welcoming neighbours back and wish them all the best on their reopenings.

 

 

 

Bucks Leather 

The Bucks Leather ladies are back and ready to serve you.  Not only can you get your fix in store with their new social distancing measures in place, you can also access them 24x7 online And if that's not enough you can even book your own private appointment.  Just give them a ring on 01753 892342 or email bucksleather@btconnect.com to discuss your requirements. 

 

 

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Thank you for subscribing to the Keep it Local CSP newsletter, containing regular news and updates about what's available in YOUR village!
 

Keep it Local CSP is an initiative of the Chalfont St Peter Chamber of Commerce to encourage people in Chalfont St Peter to shop in our handy village centre, to dine in local restaurants, to engage tradesmen from across the village for odd jobs and bigger projects, to use the varied services of the multitude of business people in the area – and help them all to continue to provide us with useful products and services, right on our doorstep, to minimise the need to travel further afield to less convenient shopping centres. Please spread the word and help others to 'Keep it Local'...

 

 

July 4th sees the opening of more businesses - hairdressers, barbers, restaurants and pubs. This is an exciting time for the village and we're very much looking forward to seeing more of you using your local businesses.  We expect this will bring more traffic to village so please observe our temporary 20mph speed restrictions as more people are crossing the road to observe social distancing. 
 

 

 

Core Fitness Training Club 
From Saturday 04th July Core Fitness will be resuming their outdoor exercise classes and will be held on Gold Hill Common 

Monday, Wednesday & Thursday 7pm - 8pm & 8:15pm - 9:15pm.
Saturday 7:30am - 8:30am & 9am - 10am

For more details and to sign up to their packages click here

 

 

The Breadhouse is now open on Thursday and Friday mornings 9.30pm-12.30pm for your favourite takeaway drinks and cakes only.  All social distancing procedures are in place to keep you safe

Unique Like You has been doing “Pottery Painting at Home” kits to people in the local area, Chalfont St Peter, St Giles and Gerrards Cross. Customers order the pottery they want to paint. The kits are then delivered, once you've painted your masterpieces they are collected, fired and returned. Kits can now be purchased and dropped off at the Breadhouse. For more information have a look at this link 

Dan's Refill Store has been offering a collection and delivery service throughout the lockdown which has been going really well. They are really grateful for everyone’s ongoing support through these strange times and are delighted to be back open again on Thursday and Friday mornings, with some exciting new products. Keep an eye on their social media to keep up to date with all the latest news

 

Richard Robert Hairdressing 
 
Richard and the team are finally back up and running from the 4th July following full government guidelines.  Take a look at their video to see some of the changes you can expect to see.   

 

 

Ruiz Barbers 

Ruiz Barbers are pleased to be able to reopen their doors to their clients after a tough and unusual time of being closed for nearly three months. They have made all the necessary changes to make the premises as safe as possible and are offering appointments to ensure minimal people in at any one time.  The team will be wearing the necessary PPE and will be fully sanitising after each client. 

Call 01753 888218 to book your appointment

 

 

La Bodega Tapas Bar and Restaurant 

When you’ve been stuck at home for 3 months, any plans beyond a daily walk or a food shop are definitely cause for celebration! The team at La Bodega are so looking forward to seeing you all soon with lots of changes in place to keep you safe

Scan the code in the image to book your table. 

 

 

Munro Careers

Karen Munro is an established and highly regarded Career Coach based here in Chalfont St. Peter.  She is also a Committee member of the Chamber of Commerce and understands the importance of supporting local businesses and keeping it local!  She specialises in providing business and personal Coaching to help people make informed choices and decisions about their careers.

With the impact from Covid-19 on the local job market, Karen has made her winning CV and Cover Letter templates and guides completely free to download via her website.  Click here to access them now completely free of charge.

If you would like to talk about your current Career situation, Karen also offers a completely free 30 minute telephone Careers Conversation  - so get in touch today!

Karen will be running a suite of virtual events soon and they'll will be advertised on Event Bright and via her website.  The first one will be "How To Impress in a Virtual Interview" so watch out for the launch in early July.

You can sign up to Karen's mailing list on her website to make sure you keep up to date with all the latest events, career top tips, articles and special offers.

 

 

Pop and Moo 

And finally... Pop & Moo would like to say a huge thank you to the local community for the amazing welcome back, kind words & support over the last couple of weeks. They have been truly  overwhelmed and are so grateful. 

Pam, Jayne, Sally & Eileen are all back at the shop now and look forward to welcoming you in, whether you’re shopping for the latest tie dye fashion trend, a special gift or a sale bargain. 
Open from 10am Mon - Sat.

 

 

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