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Review of the National Training Programme

For the last three years the National Association of AONBs has supported and/or delivered 24
workshops for AONB staff and partners. The content of the workshop programme has been
discussed and agreed by a small steering group made up of NAAONB staff, regional co-
ordinators, an AONB staff member as well as Natural England and CCW representatives. The
costs incurred through delivering the workshops have been funded through the settlement to
NAAONB by Natural England and CCW.
In developing the whole programme there has been a “light touch” approach to administration
and evaluation, although all the events have had the key discussion points captured,
summarised and circulated in the form of a workshop report. Having delivered the programme
for a number of years it was felt appropriate to canvas some views from all AONB staff on how
the programme could be taken forwards. The following results are from 51 replies collected
from a Survey Monkey questionnaire completed in Autumn 2009.
Key messages to note
       This has been an important and useful programme to support AONB staff with delivery
        of their day to day work
       The most useful workshops are those that allow time for networking and sharing
        experience with a focus on a relevant topic or programme areas
       The format for the Chairman’s meeting workshop needs refreshing with a clear agenda
       All elements of the programme were to be found to be either great or good by over
        80% of respondents except for the workshop report
       If costs are to be introduced suggested a fee of £35/40 per person would cover the
        cost of venue hire, catering and administration
       Moving forwards the overall feeling is for one national event in January with 2 (sets of
        3) regional events in May and November. Local events would be popular but would
        need resourcing and organization

       Over the next 18 months, Funding, Climate Change and Monitoring were highlighted
        as the subjects that need to be tackled

1. Workshops attended ~ Below are all the events that have been run as part of the
programme since 2007 with an indication of how useful participants have found them.

                                              Important    Useful       Alright      Don’t ask
National Planning workshop ~ London,
                                                   (0)      (11)           (2)          (0)
January 2007
Management plan review part II ~ Bristol,
                                                   (16)     (11)           (0)          (0)
London, Manchester, May 2007
South West Medley Training Day ~ May
                                                   (1)       (7)           (3)          (0)
Management plan review part III ~ London,
                                                   (8)      (12)           (1)          (0)
Manchester, Bristol, October 2007
Skills for Sustainability ~ London, January
                                                   (0)       (5)           (0)          (0)
Chairmen and Lead Officers ~ March 2008,
                                                   (2)       (9)           (7)          (0)
York, Loggerheads, Bristol, London

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                                            Important      Useful       Alright      Don’t ask
Sharing Practice - Implementing Diversity
                                                 (3)         (7)           (1)          (0)
Actions ~ Bristol, April 2008
Equestrian Development in Protected
                                                 (0)         (2)           (0)          (0)
Landscapes ~ Taunton, June 2008
Implementing the new funding from Natural
                                                 (8)        (10)           (3)          (1)
England ~ York, London, November 2008
Embedding Ecosystem Services in AONB’s
                                                 (5)         (7)           (3)          (0)
~ London, January 2009
Chairmen and Lead Officers ~ March 2009,
                                                 (5)         (7)           (5)          (1)
York, Craven Arms, Bristol, London
South West Medley Training Day ~ May
                                                 (5)        (10)           (2)          (1)

For all of the programme run the majority of participants found the workshops important and
useful. The most important workshops were those related to major policy initiatives that had
greatest impact on AONBs such as the Management Plan review process and Implementing
the new funding arrangements from Natural England. The chairmen and lead officers events
had the widest variance in opinion over how effective they have been.

2. What has been the most useful workshop with your reasons for selecting this?
In considering the workshops attended the most useful aspects were those workshops that
offered practical and relevant information that made day-to-day work easier. The networking
opportunities and sharing experiences with other AONB partnerships were a crucial element
of any event. Building on this the (South West) Medley events were highlighted as being
appropriate to inform planning and regional collaboration.

It was felt that the Management Plan Review workshops were useful as the training “was
timely, detailed, very well organised and well delivered.” It was an opportunity for AONBs to
gain “up to date information and guidance and ability to quiz NE staff direct”…

Other workshops that were found to be useful mentioned by multiple people were the new
funding arrangements and the Ecosystems Services. One person mentioned that “it was
genuinely new stuff and the speaker, Dr Bradburne, was excellent and he was the person
delivering the policy, so he was able to talk with authority and answer questions without
having to refer to a colleague”… The full list of comments with relevant groupings can be seen
in Appendix A.

3. What was the least useful workshop with your reasons for selecting this event?
The majority of respondents said that all workshops were useful and did not offer any
particular reason.

The one workshop that was highlighted for comment was the Chairmen’s meetings. It was felt
that it is a useful exercise to get together but the format needs refreshing with a clear agenda.
In the South East there is additional confusion as there is an overlap with the SEPL
Chairman’s meetings.

Other workshops like the Management Plan Review, New Funding arrangements and
Ecosystem Services were mentioned by a small number of people as being least useful which
contradicts a large number of people who found them useful. The full list of comments with
relevant groupings can be seen in Appendix B.

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4. What are the things could we improve upon and should do more of?

Suggestions for improvements included:
    Publicity ~ Better publicity of events to get other NE staff to attend
    Continuing professional development ~ CPD in could bridge the gap with
      professionals such as planning staff outside the AONB domain.
    Different audiences ~ It was felt that workshops could be developed for different
      audiences like administrative staff, community liaison and project development
      officers. As people take on individual areas of responsibility there is a danger of losing
      the 'joined up thinking' of everyone contributing their experiences across all interests.
      We should, therefore, seek to have events that everyone feels happy to participate in.
    Content ~ There are a number of workshops that need to be done (management
      planning being an example) which are not really training events and perhaps should be
      re-badged. There are more related to AONB management and practice. There is a
      need to keep building skills sets and learning from best practice in other AONB's. The
      training medley style works well along with technical workshops. Some AONBs have
      an urgent requirement to deal with the new coastal agendas and legislation. There
      needs to be more training and debate working on Ecosystems Services. The seminars
      are a good hook to achieve networking elements of the meetings. Travelling time and
      content can hamper the space to network. Maybe they should be information sharing
      sessions, rather than workshops?
    Chairs and lead officers ~ These meetings are important to keep up contact with
      NAAONB. These days could have an agenda of familiarisation with new
      policies/NAAONB responses to consultation.
    Follow up ~ It was suggested that there is more follow up on each topic with a
      discussion forum set up on the website after each workshop report is published. We
      could develop virtual web based networking groups around specific topics/themes e.g.
      social inclusion. In addition more opportunities to explore and discuss relevant issues
      on a national basis would be good perhaps follow up training or workshops stemming
      from annual conference?

5. In reflecting on those workshops that you have attended….please rate the following
                                            Great        Good         So So       Don't Ask
Advertising the events ~ how you found
                                           30% (14)     62% (29)      9% (4)       0% (0)
out them
Administration, ease of booking
                                           46% (22)     54% (26)      0% (0)       0% (0)
Receiving workshop joining instructions
                                           44% (21)     50% (24)      6% (3)       0% (0)
Location of the events ~ the regional
                                           29% (14)     54% (26)      13% (6)      4% (2)
The types of venues that have been used
                                           10% (5)      73% (35)      15% (7)      2% (1)
The time of year the workshops have run
                                            8% (4)      81% (39)      10% (5)      0% (0)
~ Spring (May)/Autumn (Oct)/Winter
The relevance of workshop topics to your
                                           10% (5)      73% (36)      14% (7)      2% (1)
Overall structure and format of the
                                            8% (4)      80% (39)      12% (6)      0% (0)
Facilitation of the workshops
                                           14% (7)      76% (37)      8% (4)       2% (1)
Speakers invited to contribute
                                           11% (5)      77% (36)      13% (6)      0% (0)
How useful has the workshop report been
                                            2% (1)      40% (17)     51% (22)      7% (3)
Overall effectiveness of the programme      7% (3)      82% (36)      9% (4)       2% (1)

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                                            Great        Good         So So       Don't Ask

All elements of the programme were to be found to be either great or good by over 80% of
respondents except for the workshop report. Suggested improvements in response to those
areas above were as follows:

      Advertising the events ~ Broaden the circulation list as some people do not find out
       about them if they are not lead officers.

      Administration, ease of booking ~ No comments.

      Receiving workshop joining instructions ~ Could be more useful further in advance
       to help with booking cheaper rail tickets.

      Location of the events ~ National events in London too costly because of travel

      The types of venues that have been used ~ The main comments relate to venues
       where space has been at a premium. This relates to optimistic numbers offered by
       venue organisers and the difficulty in checking rooms in advance. There were some
       entertaining comments received about use of the Victory Services Club in London and
       the hotel in Birmingham. In an ideal world it would be nice to get a room with an
       inspiring view close to public transport…

      The time of year the workshops have run ~ There were no comments relating to
       May workshops although November may be a better time than September/October as
       this is a busy time for events.

      The relevance of workshop topics to your needs ~ Workshops were relevant with
       suggestions that training should be targeted at other partner staff like Natural England
       and Defra.

      Overall structure and format of the workshops ~ Main comments related to not
       trying to cover too much at one event and allow time for debate and discussion.

      Facilitation of the workshops ~ Two suggestions were made looking at freshening
       up the format with Dialogue Matters company good at techniques for facilitation and
       achieving clear outputs.
      Speakers invited to contribute ~ One comment from the SW Medley event was the
       impression that 'outside' speakers not always well briefed on audience (knowing what
       SWPLF is).
      How useful has the workshop report been ~ Some comments relate to circulation of
       the report, not knowing it exists. Move away from cryptic comments to one page
       summary of key learning points with links to the presentations and contact details of
       the speakers and further sources of information.

      Overall effectiveness of the programme ~ The sessions are appreciated, every
       event has been useful and it is seen as a cost effective way of keeping up to date as
       Local Authority budgets are becoming limited. The introduction of charges should be
       limited to enable as many team members to take part as possible.

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6. What value would you place on attending an event if costs had to be attributed?

              Value                        Response                          Percent
Free                                             5                              9%
£25.00                                           17                             31%
£50.00                                           24                             44%
£100.00                                          8                              15%
£150.00                                          0                              0.0%

The majority of respondents (41) placed a vale of £25/£50 on the events. If costs had to be
attributed it is suggested a fee of £35/40 per person to cover the cost of venue hire and
catering and administration

7. How many times a year would you travel to attend similar one day workshops?

Frequency             0           1              2            3             4          5 or more
       National   6% (3)      58% (28)      25% (12)       6% (3)        4% (2)          0% (0)
    Regional      0% (0)       8% (4)       43% (22)      27% (14)       18% (9)         4% (2)
         Local    2% (1)       2% (1)        19% (9)      25% (12)      31% (15)        21% (10)

Moving forwards the overall feeling is for one national event with 2 regional events and up to 4
local events.

8. What are the important issues that we should be tackling over the next 18 months?

High Priority
27 people mentioned the need to tackle funding not just from Natural England but using the
format to find out from other AONBs in a good practice exchange and think about
collaborating on future projects.

Climate change and the role of AONBs was mentioned by 13 people with a need to
“untangling the issues of climate change, sustainability, carbon saving, and impacts on the
landscapes we are charged with conserving and enhancing.”

Various planning matters were highlighted by 12 people although it was interesting that all
these comments were made before the recent round of planning workshops run this Autumn.

Medium Priority
The need to look at Evidence and Monitoring was identified 10 times. The new performance
indicators, outcome measures being proposed by Natural England will need a specific
consultation and roll-out programme.

Influencing skills were identified as another possible topic with the need to consider how to
deliver priorities and the approach of a new government after the general election.

Low priority
A whole variety of subjects were mentioned by a few people. The full list of responses can be
seen in Appendix C.

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What has been the most useful workshop with your reasons for selecting this?

Networking ~ (x18)
    Directly relevant to my role as partner in 2 AONB Partnerships. Good opportunity to share good
      and bad practice and network with other officers across the SW
    Good combination of networking and relevant workshops - although as always some better
      than others!
    Useful information picked up at each and all proved to be good opportunities for networking.
    Bringing people together to discuss events/issues/guidance etc. which is of genuinely mutual
      interest to the AONB family
    Meeting with other AONB Managers to share issues/concerns be a joint voice. Also key to what
      we do i.e Management plan and core funding
    Most valuable aspect was the opportunity to talk to other AONB staff from around the country.
    SW Medley ~ most useful as a catch-up opportunity with other AONBs & ideas-sharing
    South West medley always useful to inform future planning and regional collaboration
    Sharing best practice getting new ideas meeting and greeting
    Learning from other AONBs and exchange of best practice
    Getting a regional or national perspective and making contacts / allies for future action.
    Sharing experiences with other staff on collective issues of concern/interest.
    Ability to network, share experiences and talk through with colleagues from other protected
      landscapes the 'big issues', emerging policy and 'tricky stuff' that we all have to respond to
      these days.
    SW training day meetings are the main opportunity I get to network with other AONB staff and
      to share ideas, best practice, and generally information, as such they are valuable. From the
      SW Poundbury event the focus on use of modern technologies was particularly useful and
      relevant to current work within our own AONB team.
    Networking to keep up to date with initiatives and proposals
    Networking opportunities; up-to-date information on Management Plan and NE funding
      sources. Having NE present to answer direct questions and give advice and guidance

Management Plan Review ~ (x12)
    A process we all had to undertake that was crucial to the operation of every AONB and the
      local authorities meeting their statutory responsibilities.
    Understanding national guidance and approaches taken by other AONB
    It meant that all AONBs are given the same guidelines which we found regionally had varied
    Content and contact with others were all relevant and timely, helped with identifying and
      scoping the task ahead, advice and best practice useful along with national examples
    Training was timely, detailed, very well organised and well delivered
    Management Plan and New Funding workshops were the most useful. Up to date info and
      guidance and ability to quiz NE staff direct.
    Management plan part 3 was useful because it provided the guidance to enable us to complete
      the SEA and AA for our plan.
    Management Plan Review II London - directly relevant at the time and useful to share
      experience with others going through the same process.
    Probably the management plan workshops – selected because it was essential for us to be up
      to speed on the subject

Relevance and focussed (x7)
    Those workshops that offer the most practical and relevant information that make day-to-day
       work easier.
    Workshops with tangible outputs that tackle specific issues eg planning and equine land use
    Regional gathering of chairs is very important
    They have all been good but I have particularly valued those which have been very topical and
       relevant to work priorities
    Relevance of others sound interesting eg equestrian development and sustainability
    Planning workshop served to emphasise the gap in understanding AONBs between those

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        actively involved and others such as planning policy and development control staff.
       Emerging policy area that needed airing and discussion

New funding arrangements (x4)
    The most useful was Implementing new funding from Natural England. It was useful to discuss
       the new arrangements with other AONB colleagues as well as NE representatives.
    Implementing new funding was useful as it kept us informed of up to date issues.
    Management Plan Review and new funding, able to influence outcomes directly.

Ecosystems services (x4)
    The Ecosystems Services day was really useful as it enabled me to learn a lot, make new
      contacts in Defra and bring messages back from Defra to the land managers of the AONB -
      positive ones!
    The Ecosystems Services event: it was genuinely new stuff and the speaker, Dr Bradburne,
      was excellent and he was the person delivering the policy, so he was able to talk with authority
      and answer questions without having to refer to a colleague or “get back to you”
    Ecosystems Services, as it started my thought processes on this increasingly important issue.
    Ecosystem services- it was the true bit of professional development providing stimulating

AONB Chair and lead officers
   One of the few opportunities for chairs to meet. Important to get wider picture and discuss
      current issues. Get direct updates from Mike and Jill

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What was the least useful workshop with your reasons for selecting this event?

Assorted nice comments (x11)
    All were equally useful, can’t think of any least useful, the more you put in, workshops as a
       whole have generally been useful, the more you get out ...

Chairmen meetings (x9)
    No real agenda. Not high level enough.
    Could be more useful. More important for Chairmen and wider Partnerships than Officers. But
      these are still important for those reasons.
    London 09 event ~ little dialogue and covered familiar ground of conference and emails-could
      have been partially audience not responding/engaging
    Useful to get the chairmen together but feel that the purpose of the event is sometimes lost. It
      seemed to not be much different from the SE Chairman's meeting.
    The Chairs/Lead Officers meeting is worthwhile but I think the format maybe needs refreshing
      (cf discussion at Solway in spring 09)
    Reason for selecting was more to do with needing to be represented. My chair couldn’t attend.
    Chairs meetings could do with a short break in the middle - not more than 1.5 hrs session.
    Main concern is some of the participants have strong political agendas ( small p) and can
      overpower less confident chairs and side track discussion. The event is important but needs to
      be tightly planned with a firm chair
    I tend to find that the Chairman’s meetings are the least useful, unless there is a specific
      purpose. There is a big overlap between this and the SEPL chairman’s meetings

The one off misses…(x5)
    Diversity workshop ~ officer attending merely confirmed she was well briefed.
    Planning workshop 2007 - thought it would update me on lots but ended up realising that I
       either knew sufficient already or that there were uncertainties nationally that hadn't been
    Occasionally presentations have been limited in detail and therefore usefulness (i.e.
       transferable lessons) but this has generally been due to poor presentation.
    The SW training day at Poundbury: location was hard to find, topics were interesting but there
       was little time to give to them.
    London location was tough

Management Plan Review (x2)
    Poorly led, objectives not clear and not attained. Came away with very little, didn't make the
      review process easier or clearer to understand.

Ecosystem services (x2)
    Ecosystems services ~ mainly content that seems to be what we already understand with a
      different label on it.
    The least useful was Embedding Ecosystems, I'm not sure how different this approach is to
      what we already do. This is more to do with the subject matter than delivery, etc.

New funding arrangements (x2)
    Natural England funding- don't think there was anything in there that was either new or couldn't
       have been addressed in a more efficient manner.
    Probably the funding workshop because Natural England didn’t quite have their act together at
       the time. Selected because I needed to know about funding!

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What do you see as the important issues to tackle over the next 18 months?

High        Funding (x27)
                Collective/joint marketing and external funding
                Fundraising/projects - current and pending funds, where to find match funding,
                  AONB match making for new projects, good practice exchange.
                Focusing on funding sources and getting the relevant contacts together to
                  speak on the grant criteria and example projects.
                Medium to long term Funding
                Trusts, private sector support and other status's - adapting to funding change
                Accessing funding – getting better at being flexible/original/competitive
                Finance and NE funding
                Agree a common approach across the AONB family to the challenge of reduced
                  funding that now seems inevitable. This common approach is about promoting
                  ourselves differently as training providers to the unemployed, or as health
                  improvement organisations to the unwell for example, in addition to our
                  traditional role as guardians of finest landscapes. This is the ESD agenda that
                  NE are now following for the same reason
                Future funding of AONBs - new approaches Trusts etc
                Sharing resources/joint partnership projects between AONBs
                Help with raising funds from a wider range of sources
                Expansion of Natural England core funding e.g. to fund programmes such as
                  young rangers schemes.
                Problems of attracting funding to AONB projects with more schemes drying
                  up/being less likely to fund non-charitable sector work
                What to do when the axe falls - what will the role of protected landscapes be in
                  an economy that has a rapidly shrinking public sector? Should we be resigned
                  to be one of the cuts, or do we have a role tom play in delivering better value for
                  money in a shrinking, less funded sector of great unpopularity with government?
                Funding from Natural England, potential changes following a General Election
                Funding. AONB's and climate change, working together. Demolishing the
                  hierarchy of AONB's and the blatant use of project funding for the larger ones.
                Single pot - how do we use it properly
                Clearer support and guidance re AONBs from Natural England sorely needed.
                Security of funding in a changing economic and possibly political environment
                Continued delivery in times of economic hardship.
                Managing AONB teams with reducing budgets
                Funding opportunities – who has got what from where ...
                Public finance cuts and how to cope with them

            Climate change (x13)
                 What AONBs can do for climate change
                 Landscape scale adaptation to climate change- what can be done on the
                 How AONBs can contribute to Climate change and Green infrastructure
                 More on climate change adaptation
                 Climate Change and the role of AONBs.
                 Untangling the issues of climate change, sustainability, carbon saving, and
                   impacts on the landscapes we are charged with conserving and enhancing.
                 Carbon footprinting for AONBs;
                 More-detailed info on possible climate change effects on things for which
                   AONBs are important, e.g habitats, historic buildings, etc.
                 Climate change – real responses, ie case studies used to disseminate
                   information and ideas.

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            Various planning matters (x12)
                 Views/settings of AONBs and how to protect them
                 Poly tunnels
                 Pressures on AONBs for windfarm development
                 Renewable energy
                 Proactive strategic approach to encouraging renewables in protected
                 Working with the planning system
                 Regional planning and community strategies ~ understanding role of AONBs
                 Development pressure from housing and increased local population
                 Renewable energy and where should it go

Medium      Evidence and added value (x10)
                Getting the evidence from the collators
                Monitoring - is you delivery plan working?
                Evaluating and communicating value of AONBs,
                New performance indicators, outcome measures being proposed by Natural
                   England will need a specific consultation and roll-out programme
                Monitoring indicators
                Joint-working on projects that demonstrate the public value of AONBs.
                Showing more what AONBs do for the general public
                Promoting value of protected landscapes in economic terms Opportunties for
                   'value added' -in terms of emerging Government agendas - eg currently health
                   is a focus for some...but after the next general election - who knows what?
                We need to get to grips with the whole monitoring issue – performance
                   measurement, and “state of the AONB” environmental data measurement.
                   Pressure needed on Natural England as they are supposed to be leading on
                   this. This has dragged on unresolved for years.

            Influencing (x8)
                 Approaches of new government (after general election), how to deliver priorities
                 Preparing for a new horizon - political change
                 Influencing LDF's - models and opportunities
                 Preaching to politicians and NE that the landscape is important
                 Maintaining recognition of the importance of AONBs' work
                 We need to understand how we can remain players on the stage while those
                    around us are getting boo'ed off. There are very hard times ahead and we could
                    easily lose whole AONB Teams, so how can we work together to defend
                    ourselves and all the good we have done in the last ten years?
                 Relationship with NE and EA – still tricky and still needing work
                 Getting the message across, what the NAAONB can for all of us to bolster and
                    defend our position

Low         Ecosystem services (x4)
                Developing strategic approaches to ES
                Embedding ecosystems
                Eco system services - more like the London workshop that I was unable to

            Governance (x3)
                Governance, raising profile of AONBs (addressing Conservatives statement that
                  rural england is an area of outstanding natural beauty)
                Partnerships - how to keep them dynamic and relevant
                MoUs

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            Agriculture (x2)
                Farming agenda - what are the issues,
                Farmer engagement- examples of good practice

            Communication (x2)
                Marketing your AONB - who is your audience?,
                Communicating with residents/visitors

            Education (x2)
                Environmental Education
                Learning outside the classroom

            Sustainable Tourism (x2)
                Sustainable Tourism,
                Sustainable tourism- with specific reference to transport

            Sustainable Development fund (x2)
                SDF - a chance to redefine priorities as a family?
                How do AONB/NPs run their SDF, what works well/doesn't work well,
                   exchanging good practice, de minimus, state aid etc.

            Landscape Character (x2)
                Implementing LCA - models and opportunities
                Biodiversity and Landscape Character - is there a conflict...
                The other thing is that there is a lot of technical stuff going on about landscapes
                  (= LCA, HLS, ELC, future landscape modelling, seascape assessment,
                  measuring landscape change, landscape management guidelines, sensitivity
                  mapping, etc etc) which we are not all au fait with. Needs a concerted
                  programme of training and roll-out ~ we have discussed regionally in the SW
                  and this forms part of our (currently wobbly) Interreg bid.

            Marine and coast (x2)
                Marine and coastal access act
                Coastal issues

            Access (x2)
                Access
                Access management

            Involving communities (x2)
                 Social inclusion- health
                 Involving people - social inclusion in the broadest sense.

            Other topics mentioned just the once…
                Historic Environment
                Flood management
                Woodland supply chain development- examples of good practice

18 December 2009                             11                                          Simon Lees
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