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The Essential Guide to the Norfolk & Suffolk Broads
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Broads information centres Set between the spectacular beaches of the Norfolk and Suffolk
www.broads-authority.gov.uk/ Open 1 April to 1 November coasts and the cathedral city of Norwich, the Broads is a fragile
• The Quay, Fen Lane, Beccles NR34 9BH
visiting.html tel/fax 01502 713196 wetland of international importance, full of rare wildlife, like the
where you'll also find a Broads film firstname.lastname@example.org huge swallowtail butterfly which is found nowhere else in Britain.
introduced by Nicholas Crane, TV presenter, • Station Road, Hoveton/Wroxham NR12 8UR
and our Broads podcasts. tel/fax 01603 782281 Winding waterways, tangled woodlands, golden reeds,
email@example.com marshland fields stretching to the far horizon, white sails in the
www.enjoythebroads09.com • Toad Hole Cottage Museum, sunset…definitely a place to dream and enjoy.
www.visitnorwich.co.uk How Hill, Ludham NR29 5PG
www.norfolkbroads.com tel/fax 01692 678763 If you want to get active as well as relax, look at our boating and
activity pages - there’s lots for everyone to enjoy.
Plus from late summer you’ll be able to visit • The Staithe, Bridge Road, Potter Heigham
the Broads Authority’s brand new, official NR29 5JD tel 01692 677016 You’ll find loads of ideas to get you thinking and planning what
website designed to make your Broads visit firstname.lastname@example.org
easy to organise and great to experience.
to do and where to go - ashore and afloat - for holidays, short
• The Staithe, Ranworth NR13 6HY
www.enjoythebroads.com tel/fax 01603 270453 breaks and great days out!
• Whitlingham Visitor Centre, Whitlingham
Getting to the Broads Lane, Trowse, Norwich NR14 8TR
The Broads is 2 1⁄ - 3 hours from
tel 01603 617332
London by rail or road and for overseas
visitors Norwich International Airport For winter enquiries contact the
Broads Authority - details below
is close at hand, while London Stansted
Tourist information centres
is about 2 1⁄ hours away by road.
• Bure Valley Railway, Norwich Road, Aylsham
For bus travel in the Broads: tel 01263 733903
tel Traveline 0871 200 22 33 • Marine Parade, Great Yarmouth
www.travelineeastanglia.org.uk tel 01493 846345
For trains to and in the Broads: • East Point Pavilion, Royal Plain, Lowestoft
tel National Rail Enquiries 08457 48 49 50 tel 01502 533600
www.nationalrail.co.uk • The Forum, Millennium Plain, Norwich
www.nationalexpress.com tel 01603 213999
www.bitternline.com Broads Authority, Dragonfly House, 2 Gilders Way,
Norwich NR3 1UB tel 01603 610734
www.wherrylines.org.uk email email@example.com
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Boating holidays Freedom Boating Holidays
Woods Dyke Boatyard, School Road, Horning,
The Broads has been a popular destination for Norfolk NR12 8PS
boating holidays since the Victorians discovered tel 08456 444018
the pleasures of sailing its waterways in the late www.freedomboatingholidays.co.uk
19th century. Today's boats are very easy to George Smith & Sons (page 18)
handle and are a great way to see this unique The Rhond, Riverside Road, Wroxham,
Norwich NR12 8UE
and enchanting wetland, with over 125 miles tel 01603 782527
(200 km) of lock-free waters to explore. Boats www.dayboathire.com
are available weekly, as well as for short breaks Hunter's Yard
and longer periods. These agencies and (Norfolk Heritage Fleet - traditional yachts) (page 15)
boatyards offer motor cruisers except where Horsefen Road, Ludham, Great Yarmouth
otherwise stated. NR29 5QG
tel 01692 678263
Booking agencies www.huntersyard.co.uk
Blakes Holiday Boating Maffett Cruisers
tel 0870 2202498 www.blakes.co.uk Pits Lane, Chedgrave, Loddon, Norwich NR14 6NQ
representing Barnes Brinkcraft, Wroxham tel 01508 520344
(page 10); DRL Marine, Ludham; Faircraft Loynes, www.maffett-cruisers.com
Wroxham & Norfolk Broads Direct (page 10); Martham Boats
Herbert Woods, Potter Heigham; Highcraft, Cess Road, Martham, Great Yarmouth NR29 4RF
Thorpe; Sanderson Marine Craft, Reedham tel 01493 740249
Hoseasons Boating Holidays (page 11)
tel 01502 502588 www.hoseasons.co.uk Nancy Oldfield Trust (motor cruising with
wheelchair access, sailing, canoeing, kayaking and
representing Alpha Craft, Brundall; Bridgecraft, birdwatching for all, whatever disabilities you may
Acle; Connoisseur, Wroxham; Ferry Marina, have; day activities, holidays and courses;
Horning (page 6); Horizon Craft, Acle; Horning self-catering residential bungalow for up to 10 people)
Pleasurecraft, Stalham; Moonfleet, Stalham; Irstead Road, Neatishead, Norwich NR12 8BJ
Richardsons, Stalham; Royalls, Wroxham; tel 01692 630572
Silverline, Brundall; Summercraft, Wroxham; www.nancyoldfield.co.uk
Swancraft, Brundall; Topcraft, Oulton Broad;
Whispering Reeds, Hickling Norfolk Broads Yachting Company
(sailing boats and a wherry yacht)
Waterways Holidays Southgate Yacht Station, Lower Street, Horning,
tel 0845 127 1020 www.waterwaysholidays.com Norfolk NR12 8PF
tel 01692 631330
Independent boatyards www.norfolk-broads.com
Eastwood Whelpton (sailing boats and residential
tuition with Norfolk Broads School of Sailing)
Upton Yacht Station, Upton, Norwich NR13 6BL
tel 01493 750430
Norfolk Broads School of Sailing tel 01692 582864
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Wherry Barton Broad Boardwalk
Norfolk Wherry Trust (former trading wherry Easier access
with group accommodation, for chartering with G G G
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skipper and mate) 2 G 21 G
access is getting easier, with boats to suit all G
6 Munnings Close, Swainsthorpe, 3
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Norwich NR14 8QE G6
easier access boating - please check with them
tel 01508 470992 for full details of what their boats offer.
Horning - Ferry Marina (page 6) G
Hardley Road, Chedgrave, Loddon, - electric day boat tel 01692 631111
Norwich NR14 6NQ Neatishead - Nancy Oldfield Trust -
tel 01508 520321 see page 7.
www.pacificcruisers.co.uk Norwich - City Boats - electric day boats
Posh Boats (page 15) tel 01603 701701
(Luxury sports cruisers) Ormesby Little Broad - Broads Authority
firstname.lastname@example.org - day wheelyboat tel 01493 730342
Oulton Broad - Waveney Sailability - sailing club
offering members with disabilities the opportunity
Days out to sail in specially adapted dinghies
There are many other boatyards which offer all
tel 01502 475228
kinds of boats for hire by the hour or for a
half-day or day - motor boats, electric boats,
sailing dinghies, rowing boats, canoes and
windsurfers are all available. For canoeing see Scheduled trips on passenger boats are a great way
pages 12 and 13. to enjoy the water - trips operate on most of the
rivers. There are also regular wildlife trips on G
smaller boats - see page 12.
Wear a life-jacket at all times when on or near 44
Barton Broad - Broads Authority - see page 12.
the water. The Broads information centres have
A sound amplification system is available for boat
lots of boating and safety info to help you,
trips at Barton Broad, How Hill, Beccles and
including the Broads Authority’s boat safety
Ranworth - see page 12 - please ask for details G
DVD and Waterways Code leaflets. 20
For navigation help and advice contact
Broads Radio Control on 01603 756056. Beccles - Waveney Stardust tel 07817 920502
Great Yarmouth - Southern Belle tel 07906 020225 The numbered references on this map correspond to the advertisers within this guide.
Moorings and yacht stations Horning - Mississippi River Boat tel 01692 630262 Carlton Marshes
There are free 24 hour moorings throughout the Easy access paths
Hoveton/Wroxham - Broads Tours (page 11) tel Suffolk Wildlife Trust 01502 564250
Broads and Broads Authority yacht stations at If you prefer dry land, easy access paths and
Great Yarmouth tel 01493 842794 and tel 01603 782207 boardwalks suitable for wheelchair users and Cockshoot, Hickling and Ranworth Broads
Norwich tel 01603 612980. Ludham - Ludham Bridge Boatyard people with pushchairs are often the best way to tel Norfolk Wildlife Trust 01603 625540
tel 01692 631011 explore the marshy areas of the Broads. Salhouse Broad (a mooring is reserved for disabled
Norwich - City Boats tel 01603 701701 visitors) tel 07795 145475 or 01603 722775
There are boardwalks or easy access paths at:
Oulton Broad - Waveney River Tours Barton Broad, Beccles Marsh Trails, Chedgrave, Fishing - see page 16.
tel 01502 574903 Filby Broad, Horsey Mere, Horstead Mill,
Potter Heigham - Broads Tours (page 11) Hoveton Riverside Park, Rockland St Mary and
tel 01692 670711 Whitlingham Country Park
tel Broads Authority 01603 610734
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Liana Ra Electric Eel Whitlingham
Wildlife boat trips access day boats. However, we suggest that visitors Salhouse Broad Places to eat
with disabilities may find it helpful to telephone in tel 07795 145475 or 01603 722775
- here's a taster, please ask for details of others The Broads Quality Charter 2009 includes
advance to check whether How Hill is sufficiently www.salhousebroad.org.uk
accessible for you. 92 quality establishments - whether you
Sutton Staithe Boatyard
Barton Broad tel 01692 581653 www.suttonstaitheboatyard.co.uk
want a quiet drink, a traditional tea, an
- solar boat Ra and Barton Broad Boardwalk Helen of Ranworth outdoor lunch for all the family, an elegant
A trip on Barton Broad on board Ra (Britain's first Thorpe St Andrew - Broadland Boat Club
A trip on Helen shows what travel was like on a tel 07963 268415 www.broadlandboatclub.org.uk
dinner or somewhere for a big celebration.
solar-powered passenger boat) offers a high-tech Broads reed lighter. The Broads has some great breweries as well,
boating experience. Trips April to October Wayford Bridge - Bank Dayboats
tel 01692 582457 www.bankdayboats.co.uk
plus farmers' markets and lots of village shops
Trips April to October Bookings Ranworth Broads Information Centre with all you need for a perfect picnic.
Bookings Hoveton Broads Information Centre tel 01603 270453 Wroxham - Barnes Brinkcraft (page 10)
tel 01603 782281 tel 01603 782625 www.barnesbrinkcraft.co.uk
Ra has a ramp so is accessible to wheelchair users. Places to stay
The boardwalk will take you on a mysterious journey Canoeing The Broads has lots to offer on both
of discovery into a lost world which has remained Many of the most beautiful parts of the Broads
Learning to sail land and water. You'll find waterside
isolated for half a century. The mystery trail leads If you'd like to learn to sail or improve your skills, retreats, winding old streets, secluded
through swampy, wildlife-filled carr woodland, with can only be seen by boat and Canadian canoes
are a great way to discover the delights of this instruction is available from the following places: countryside - whether you're looking for
resting places and tapping edges along the way, and
emerges to give a surprise panoramic view over fragile wetland. Canoeing allows exploration of campsites, B&Bs or country house hotels.
Horning RYA Training Centre
Barton, second largest of the broads. An access pack all but the smallest of the waterways of the email@example.com For boating holidays see page 7.
to make the boardwalk more user-friendly for visitors Broads - it's ideal for exploring the headwaters
with sensory impairment is available for loan - please Hunter's Yard tel 01692 678263 (page 15)
contact the Broads Authority for details. (less tidal waters). We don't recommend Nancy Oldfield Trust - (page 7)
canoeing in the lower reaches. If you do, you Norfolk Broads School of Sailing tel 01692 582864 Fun in the Broads is the events
Beccles - Edwardian luxury on Liana need to be extremely experienced, fit and able. programme for the Broads which runs
NCC Outdoor Education Centre tel 01603 632307
A trip on Liana offers Edwardian style, travelling Hire centres will be able to advise you on safety each year from Easter onwards.
Norfolk Schools Sailing Association
from Beccles Quay along the River Waveney - trips and on a suitable route. Canoeing in the Broads Events include boat trips, canoe trails, walks,
go towards Geldeston or Aldeby depending on tides. www.nssa.co.uk
is suitable for all the family, including young children's activity days and many others,
Trips April to October Oulton Broad Water Sports Centre tel 01502
children, and Canadian canoes will hold three suitable for all ages. The Broadcaster visitor
Bookings Beccles Broads Information Centre 587163
people. Price includes buoyancy aids and magazine, published every year by the Broads
tel 01502 713196 TRY SAILING tel 01603 782897 or 07774 112288
waterproof rucksacks. Most hire centres are (page 18)
Authority, lists all these events together with
many others, and is packed with useful
How Hill - Electric Eel open from April to October. Waveney Sailability - (page 8)
Wildlife water trail along the reed-fringed dykes information. Broadcaster is available free from
Brundall - Silverline Marine
of the How Hill National Nature Reserve tel 01603 712247 www.silverlinemarine.co.uk
Many sailing clubs also offer sailing tuition. Broads information centres where you can
near Ludham. also book for events.
Bungay - Outney Meadow Caravan Park
Trips April to October tel 01986 892338 www.outneymeadow.co.uk Bringing your own boat
Bookings Toad Hole Cottage tel 01692 678763
Burgh St Peter - Waveney River Centre All boats on the Broads must be licensed - Where to shop
At How Hill you can also visit Toad Hole Cottage for a (page 6) A variety of villages in the Broads offer
contact the Broads Authority tel 01603 610734.
glimpse of Victorian country life (free entry). Then tel 01502 677343 www.waveneyrivercentre.co.uk
take a stroll along the waymarked trail through There are public slipways and most boatyards individual shops with bags of local
marshes and woodlands, passing windmills and How Geldeston - Rowan Craft also have slipways which can be used for a small character. Don't miss the unique Roys of
Hill's very own broad. There's always something tel 01508 518208 www.rowancraft.com charge. You can enter the Broads from the sea - Wroxham - 'the world's largest village store'
different to see depending on the season. You might Hickling - Whispering Reeds contact the Broads Authority for details. (back cover) and Lathams of Potter Heigham
catch sight of a swallowtail butterfly or even an otter. tel 01692 598314 www.WhisperingReeds.net (page 15).
tel 01603 610734.
How Hill Staithe has a mooring reserved for easy Martham - Martham Boats
tel 01493 740249 www.marthamboats.com For useful web links see page 2.
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Over 50 years of Specialists in yacht
sailing at its best hire and sail training
More than just boat hire.
Our luxury sports cruisers offer the
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Upton Yacht Station, Upton, Norwich NR13 6BL the Norfolk Broads 01603 441044
www.eastwood-whelpton.co.uk 01493 750430 firstname.lastname@example.org www.poshboats.co.uk
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St Benet’s Abbey Whitlingham
Bike rides Park in Breckland. The Wherryman's Way Horsey - four storey wind pump built in 1912, Yarmouth (use Berney Arms Halt), or by footpath
follows the River Yare between Norwich and now owned by the National Trust, fine views of from Halvergate or Great Yarmouth.
The Broads is ideal for cycling, with quiet roads reed-beds and the wild, watery landscape. tel 01493 700645 or 01603 661662 www.RSPB.org.uk
and beautiful countryside. Route maps starting Great Yarmouth.
tel 01263 740241 www.nationaltrust.org.uk Breydon Water - the confluence of the Rivers Yare
and finishing at the bike hire centres, which will Ludham, St Benet’s Abbey - derelict wind pump and Waveney, before they join the River Bure to
guide you around the sights and special Fishing and ruins of Benedictine monastery founded in the flow out to sea at Great Yarmouth. Good for geese,
attractions of the area, are included in the hire There are many places where you can fish from ninth century and re-endowed by King Cnut in the ducks and waders. Boat trips.
price. At each centre you will find high quality the bank or you can hire a day boat. There are 11th century, on the edge of the River Bure. tel 01603 715191 www.RSPB.org.uk
www.norfarchtrust.org.uk Carlton Marshes - Suffolk Broads Wildlife Centre
bikes for adults with locks and racks. Child seats fishing platforms suitable for wheelchair users at:
are available, and some centres have children's Rollesby Bridge, Filby Broad and on the south Oulton Broad - Lowestoft Museum - in Nicholas and walks across grazing marshes. Events,
Everitt Park - local history. tel 01502 511457 children’s activity days in school holidays.
bikes and tandems. Most centres are open from bank of the River Thurne, upstream of the New tel 01502 564250 www.suffolkwildlife.co.uk
April to October. 'The Broads by Bike' is a Bridge at Potter Heigham. The coarse fishing Ranworth, St Helen’s Church - the ‘Cathedral of
the Broads’, dating back to 1370 with a tower Hickling Broad - boarded walkway to the broad
booklet with nine local bike rides and it's season runs from 16 June to 14 March and all offering wonderful views. Visitor centre and a - walking and water trails, visitor centre.
available from these bike hire centres: that you need to fish is a current Environment tea/coffee shop. tel 01603 270304 tel 01692 598276 www.norfolkwildlifetrust.org.uk
Bungay Agency licence. Somerleyton Hall - impressive house rebuilt in How Hill - see page 12
Outney Meadow Caravan Park tel 01986 892338 1846, gardens, garden trail, maze and miniature
www.outneymeadow.co.uk Ranworth - nature trail through woodland and fen
A taste of just some of the many places to railway. tel 01502 734901 www.somerleyton.co.uk leading to open water and the Broads Wildlife
Photos: Ian Aitken, Julian Claxton, Jackie Dent, Simon Finlay, Jane Gannon, Mike Page 175k309
Burgh St Peter enjoy in the Broads… South Walsham, Fairhaven Woodland and Centre. tel 01603 270479
Waveney River Centre (page 6) tel 01502 677343 Water Garden - water gardens, many shrubs www.norfolkwildlifetrust.org.uk
www.waveneyrivercentre.co.uk History, mills, museums including rhododendrons, borders South Strumpshaw Fen - reed-beds, grazing marshes and
Clippesby Clippesby Hall tel 01493 367800 and gardens Walsham Broad. (page 18) tel 01603 270449 woodland along banks of River Yare.
www.clippesby.com www.fairhavengarden.co.uk tel 01603 715191 www.RSPB.org.uk
Hoveton Broadland Cycle Hire at BeWILDerwood Please check opening times Stalham, Museum of the Broads - Stalham Staithe.
(page 14) tel 07887 480331 Beccles Museum - in Ballygate. Local history, Tools from traditional Broads industries and many
www.norfolkbroadscycling.co.uk including printing, cultural and domestic items and boats both old and new. Trips on steam launch Playtime
Ludham Ludham Bridge Services the natural history of the river. tel 01502 715722 Falcon. tel 01692 581681
www.northnorfolk.org/museumofthebroads Please check opening times
tel 01692 630486 / 630322 www.becclesmuseum.org.uk
Stracey Arms - drainage mill (under repair - BeWILDerwood, Hoveton - 50 acres of wild,
Stokesby Riverside Tea Rooms and Stores Berney Arms - the tallest wind pump in
external viewing only) with tea room and shop. imaginative outdoor treehouse adventure park.
tel 01493 750470 the country - wonderful views of the marshes.
Situated beside River Bure between Acle and Treehouses, zip wires, jungle bridges, Crocklebogs,
Access by boat, train (Berney Arms Halt) and
Great Yarmouth. tel 01603 222705 boat trips, marsh walks, cafe (page 14)
footpaths from Halvergate and Great Yarmouth.
tel 01603 783900 www.beWILDerwood.co.uk
Walks External viewing only. www.norfolkwindmills.co.uk
tel 01493 857900 www.english-heritage.org.uk Whitlingham Country Park - Whitlingham Lane,
Thurne Dyke - white painted brick tower mill,
The Broads has over 190 miles (300 km) of Norwich. Walks and bike trails through woods and
Burgh Castle - remains of 3rd century Roman fort built in 1820, on the River Thurne.
footpaths. There are nature trails, circular walks meadows on the edge of the River Yare. Visitor
built to defend the coast from Saxon raiders. tel 01692 672155
and long distance footpaths, suitable for centre (see inside front cover) and cafe. Water
Situated on the edge of the River Waveney with
sports activity centre - tel 01603 632307
anything from a gentle stroll to a strenuous hike. views over Breydon Water and Halvergate
The Weavers' Way runs from Cromer on the Marshes. tel 01223 582700 www.english- Get back to nature
heritage.org.uk Wroxham Barns - craft workshops, children’s fun
north Norfolk coast, to Great Yarmouth on the Please check opening times fair and junior farm, set in parkland 11⁄2 miles north
east coast, passing through the northern part of Great Yarmouth, Time and Tide - Blackfriars Road.
Barton Broad - see page 12 of Wroxham Bridge. tel 01603 783911 (page 4)
Maritime and fishing heritage. tel 01493 743930
the Broads. At Great Yarmouth it links up with www.museums.norfolk.gov.uk
Berney Marshes - huge expanse of grazing
the Angles Way which follows the Waveney and marshes - part of the Halvergate Marshes area.
Herringfleet - the only full-sized working smock
Little Ouse valleys to Knettishall Heath Country drainage mill in the Broads, on the River Waveney. You can reach it by train from Norwich or Great
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Excludes peak price periods.
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& Water Garden
a two hour dayboat hire. 50p off entry to the garden,
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31 Dec 09. Not valid for special events. Not to be used in
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Broads Spirituality George Smith & Sons (map ref 21 B2)
0777 3175693 Wroxham – 01603 782527 www.dayboathire.com
email@example.com Hall Paddock B&B Page 18 Hunters Yard Page 15
www.broadsspirituality.org.uk High quality cruisers for short breaks, daily,
Offering walks/courses and written resources to
half daily and hourly hire. Family run business. 10% discount 10% off
Helpful, personal service. Fishing boats with for 3 nights or more. a 2 hour skippered sail for up to
connect the wonderful natural resources of the outboards also for hire.
Broads to our inner spiritual worlds. Valid on standard rate direct 4 people.
bookings only. Enjoy the Broads Enjoy the Broads
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The Coach House (map ref 19 B3) (map ref 22 D2)
Wroxham – 01603 784376 Ludham – 07961 813885 Linda H Matthews Page 18 TrySailing.com Page 18
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Working artist's studio and gallery. Unique gifts
4 Star Silver B&B. Delightfully converted and art materials. Open all year. Leisure painting 10% off all 2009 listed Norfolk based ‘Have a Go’ day or RYA or
18thC barn. All rooms ensuite. 150 yards to courses and holidays. Individual and group painting courses. Private tuition or art Flotilla sailing courses.
Broads. Private parking. Cyclists welcome. private tuition. group demonstrations.
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01603 782897 / 07774 112288 Waveney River Centre / Page 6 Wroxham Barns Page 4
Beccles - 01502 714154 firstname.lastname@example.org www.trysailing.com Ferry Marina Junior Farm - one free bag
Dry berthing for RIBS and motorboats up to 10m. Learn to sail or improve your skills with a RYA of animal feed per family group.
‘Dry stack’ system. Unlimited launch/recovery for Senior Instructor on picturesque Barton Broad.
Save 10% on advance day cruiser Must be redeemed on first entry.
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