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HONEST COFFEE ARRIVES IN SALFORD

Star date: 31st August 2015

HONEST COFFEE PUTS PROFITS BACK IN COMMUNITY

The latest cafe to open in Salford is Honest Coffee at 77 Chapel Street, part community space, part protest against Starbucks and part top coffee shop. Boasting free `weapons grade' internet, hyper local food and Salford art on the walls, Honest Coffee has been founded with 155 Kickstarter backers and its profits are to be re-distributed to good causes within the community.

Full details here...

added Monday, August 31, 2015  

 
 

MIGRANT LIVES MATTER RALLY IN PICCADILY GARDENS

Star date: 31st August 2015

HOMELESS AND DISRESPECTED

#MigrantLivesMatter Speak Out
Saturday 12th September 1.30pm
Piccadilly Gardens, Manchester

"Whether you are homeless in Manchester, Calais or Kos you have a right to be treated with dignity and respect" Ameen Hadi, Salford City UNISON

The similarities between the people who have set up homeless camps in Manchester and those seeking safe lives escaping war zones are becoming more focused as Manchester Council applies to commit homeless people to prison and David Cameron uses the word 'swarm' to describe homeless migrants at Calais. Now a #MigrantLivesMatter Speak Out rally is to be held at Piccadilly Gardens on 12th September.

Full details here...

added Monday, August 31, 2015  

 
 

SALFORD 10K RUN BY WALKDEN MAN FOR TARGET OVARIAN CANCER

Star date: 31st August 2015

RUNNING AROUND SALFORD TO HELP SISTER

Walkden's David Broadhurst will be running the Salford 10K next Sunday, September 6th, to raise funds for Target Ovarian Cancer which gives support to women and the search to find new treatments.

David's sister, Lorraine, was diagnosed with ovarian cancer in 2011 and the family has used running, and fundraising fun runs, to help battle the illness.

Full details here...

added Monday, August 31, 2015  

 
 

IRLAM AND CADISHEAD COMMUNITY FESTIVAL BANK HOLIDAY MONDAY

Star date: 30th August 2015

LIVE MUSIC, CAR BOOT SALE, KIDS' ACTIVITIES, CATS AND FIREWORKS

Irlam and Cadishead Community Festival
Monday 31st August 9am-9:30pm
Prince's Park, Irlam

Tomorrow, Monday Bank Holiday, the huge Irlam and Cadishead Community Festival happens at Prince's Park on Liverpool Street in Irlam, bringing live music, crafts, pony rides, rugby with the Salford Red Devils and the Cadishead Rhinos, street theatre starring weird cats and mad yodellers, and loads more, with a firework finale.

Full details here...

added Sunday, August 30, 2015  

 
 

SALFORD ALLEY HOPE PROJECT BRIGHTENS UP ECCLES

Star date: 29th August 2015

ECCLES ALLEYWAYS TO BECOME BRIGHTER AND SAFER

The Alley Hope Project, with a team of fifteen young people from the National Citizen Service, is currently completing a makeover of its first alleyway, at the back of the Gateway Community Church, off Bright Road in Eccles. The voluntary community scheme aims to involve Salford Council in making more of the area's alleyways a vibrant community space.

"We want to change the vision of alleyways in Eccles" explains Codie Wood from the Project.
 
Full details here...

added Saturday, August 29, 2015  

 
 

PAUL MASSEY FUNERAL SEES CROWDS APPLAUD SALFORD LEGEND

Star date: 28th August 2015

CROWDS LINE STREETS OF SALFORD TO PAY RESPECT TO PAUL MASSEY

Crowds lining the streets near Salford Precinct applauded the funeral cortege of Paul Massey this afternoon. Hundreds of mourners in white t-shirts and jeans walked behind a pipe band, and four white horses, decked in Manchester United colours, pulling a white hearse with the words `Salford Legend' spelled out in flowers.

Full details here...

added Friday, August 28, 2015  

 
 

CANNABIS GROWING FACTORY DUMPED ON WHIT LANE ESTATE SALFORD

Star date: 28th August 2015

FIRST PETER KAY, NOW WEED FACTORY AS WHIT LANE RESIDENTS LIVE IN FLY TIPPING FORGOTTEN ESTATE

Back in May, it was Peter Kay's production crew who left kids playing in rubble on the Whit Lane estate after filming scenes for the new Cradle To Grave series. Now a whole pile of cannabis growing accessories have been dumped on Condor Place, as the `Forgotten Estate' becomes fly tipping central, with neither Salix Homes nor Salford Council seemingly interested in sorting it out.

"People are living in the middle of all this mess" fumes Graham Cooper of Oliver's Youth Club.

Full details here...

added Friday, August 28, 2015  

 
 

NEW REVIEW GAUGES HOW MUCH SALFORD COUNCIL CAN CUT WITHOUT BUTCHERING COMMUNITIES

Star date: 27th August 2015

SALFORD COUNCILLORS TO CHECK WORSLEY AND WINTON FOR `COMMUNITY RESILIENCE'

Salford councillors are to review the state of neighbouring areas Worsley and Winton to see how, in light of huge cuts, they can make `communities more resilient' ie with the use of volunteers to replace Council services and D.I.Y. health and wellbeing.

Worsley residents have an average household income almost double that of Winton, which should tell the councillors everything they need to know about `community resilience'.

More details here...

added Thursday, August 27, 2015  

 
 

X1 MEDIA CITY SALFORD APARTMENTS PLANNING SCANDAL

Star date: 26th August 2015

FOUR TOWERS, 1,000 FLATS, OVER £30M PROFIT – BUT DEVELOPER PAYS LESS THAN 50% OF PLANNING FEES

Next week, Salford Council will finally consider a planning application from developer X1 for 1,100 apartments in four huge ugly towers at MediaCityUK. According to the Council's own figures, X1 is expected to make up to £38million profit on the scheme – yet, due to `viability' issues, the developer will pay only around half of the planning fees it should be paying.

Meanwhile other planning applications for Salford Quays submitted by Peel Holdings - for a six storey office block – and Tokenhouse Investments – for 300 student flats – will also bring meagre returns to the city.

Full details here...

added Wednesday, August 26, 2015  

 
 

ADVERTISING HOARDING DEEMED `A NEW LANDMARK FOR SALFORD’ BY MAYOR

Star date: 24th August 2015

GIANT SALFORD ADVERTISING HOARDING ORIGINALLY SNUBBED BY COUNCILLORS AS BEING UNSAFE

A huge new giant advertising hoarding at the end of the M602 has been deemed "a new landmark for Salford" by Mayor Ian Stewart, who appears to have swallowed huge chunks of hype created by ad floggers JCDecaux... "That JCDecaux have chosen to install it in Salford speaks volumes for the growth and success of our city" the Mayor added.

Originally the hoarding was rejected by councillors on the grounds that it "would distract users of the local and strategic road", while plans to put the Salford Quays Cranes on the site never materialised.

Full details and more hype here...

added Monday, August 24, 2015  

 
 

SALFORD LABEL A1(M) RECORDS LAUNCHES THE WINACHI TRIBE

Star date: 24th August 2015

EP LAUNCH NIGHT AT THE RUBY LOUNGE

The Winachi Tribe EP Launch
Thursday 27th August from 7:30pm
The Ruby Lounge, Manchester £5

Record label A1(M), founded in Salford, has moved back to the city after 16 years down south and launches The Winachi Tribe's new Time For Love urban soul EP this Thursday at The Ruby Lounge, with a live appearance from the band, plus Tigerside, Ruby Tuesday, The Happy Fallen and DJ sets.

Full details here...

added Monday, August 24, 2015  

 
 

KEIR HARDIE CENTENARY CONFERENCE IN SALFORD

Star date: 23rd August 2015

LABOUR PARTY FOUNDER CENTENARY CONFERENCE AT WORKING CLASS MOVEMENT LIBRARY

`This extraordinary man rose from the pits of Ayrshire to change the world' Kenneth O Morgan

Keir Hardie Centenary Conference
Saturday 26th September
Working Class Movement Library £20/£7.50

As the Labour Party eats itself during its leadership war, this year sees the centenary of its first socialist MP and leader, James Keir Hardie. Salford's Working Class Movement Library is hosting a centenary conference on 26th September discussing his legacy.

Full details here...

added Sunday, August 23, 2015  

 
 

RADICAL WOMEN AT SALFORD WORKING CLASS MOVEMENT LIBRARY

Star date: 22nd August 2015

RADICAL WOMEN COURSE AT WCML

Radical Women 1914-1979
Begins Wednesday 30th September
Working Class Movement Library

Local history specialist, Michael Herbert, will be teaching a ten week course on Radical Women 1914-1979 at the Working Class Movement Library, covering everything from peace campaigners during the First World War to unemployed marches in the 1930s, to women volunteers in the Spanish Civil War.

Full details here...

added Saturday, August 22, 2015  

 
 

SALFORD CONQUERS INDONESIAN MOUNTAIN FOR STROKE ASSOCIATION

Star date: 22nd August 2015

3,726 METRE HIGH MOUNT RINJANI SCALED AT A STROKE

Ordsall man, James McLaughlin, has returned to Salford having conquered Indonesia's 3,726 metre high Mount Rinjani in his quest to raise funds for the Stroke Association after his grandmas were struck down with the illness.

James has raised almost £600 and the Just Giving page is still open.

Full details here...

added Saturday, August 22, 2015  

 
 

WORSLEY RADIO LAUNCHES IN SALFORD

Star date: 22nd August 2015

WORSLEY RADIO ADDS TO THE GROWING AIRWAVES OF THE CITY

Hot on the heels of last month's online Sounds of Salford launch comes Worsley Radio, another station focusing on the community as the city broadcasts to the neighbourhood and the world.

Worsley Radio has an open door policy and is looking for people to get involved, either as DJs, admin help or by informing of events and happenings.

Full details here...

added Saturday, August 22, 2015  

 
 

SALFORD MAN SPRAYED WITH ACID ON PENDLETON TOGETHER SITE

Star date: 20th August 2015

ACID-SPRAYED TENANT OF WHITEBEAM COURT LEFT TO SUFFER BY PENDLETON TOGETHER

A tenant of Whitebeam Court was left to suffer by Pendleton Together after having a hydrochloric acid solution accidentally sprayed in his face by a Keepmoat worker cleaning brickwork on the block.

Pendleton Together, which manages the PFI refurbishment contract on Whitebeam, overseen by Salford Council, didn't call an ambulance or offer any first aid to the man who arrived at its office seeking help. Instead, he took himself to Salford Royal and ended up in Wythenshawe Hospital's special burns unit. Pendleton Together hasn't contacted him since, although the company says that "An urgent and detailed investigation" is taking place.

Full details here...

added Thursday, August 20, 2015  

 
 

SALFORD ANTI FRACKING GROUP JOINS NORTHERN UNITED FRONT AGAINST TORY PLANS

Star date: 19th August 2015

SALFORD GROUP JOINS NORTHERN UNITED FRONT AGAINST FRACKING

Frack Free Irlam and Cadishead has joined around three dozen community organisations in a northern united front against fracking. This week, the Tory Government announced more licenses for `on shore petroleum exploration and development', with the vast majority in the north.

"This shows the Government's contempt for our communities" says Bob Dennett from Frack Free Lancashire "They will get a shock if they think we will be so easily pushed around."

Full details here...

added Wednesday, August 19, 2015  

 
 

SALFORD CARER'S DIARY SHOWS AROUND THREE HOURS SLEEP PER NIGHT ON THE COUCH

Star date: 18th August 2015

SALFORD COUNCIL DISABLED TRANSPORT CUTS INCREASES STRESS ON CARERS – AS NEW PETITION LAUNCHED

Following cuts by Salford Council to transport for disabled adults, two court cases recently have seen transport restored for two families with other cases waiting in the wings. Now Salford Against the Cuts has launched a new petition for the Council to restore transport for all adults with disabilities.

Meanwhile, campaigner and carer, Noreen Bailey, who has three disabled foster sons, has drawn up a day-in-the-life-of diary showing the stress of such cuts. She gets around three hours sleep per night on the couch if she's lucky and then has to transport her sons to day centres.

Full details here...

added Tuesday, August 18, 2015  

 
 

PETERLOO MASSACRE REMEMBERED BY HUNDREDS INCLUDING SALFORD STARS CHRISTOPHER ECCLESTON, JOHN THOMSON AND MAXINE PEAKE

Star date: 17th August 2015

`RISE LIKE LIONS'... PETERLOO MASSACRE REMEMBERED AS HUNDREDS MARCH AND MEET

After marches from all over Greater Manchester, re-enacting the great St Peter's Field rights gathering in 1819 that led to the bloody Peterloo Massacre, a solemn commemoration was held outside Manchester Convention Centre (GMex) yesterday.

The names of the 15 dead were remembered as Christopher Eccleston read a fragment of Henry Hunt's attempted speech, John Henshaw read Samuel Bamford's eye witness account of the slaughter and Maxine Peake recited verses from Percy Shelley's The Masque of Anarchy... "Rise like lions...Ye are many - they are few..."

Full details of the day – click here...

added Monday, August 17, 2015  

 
 

SALFORD TAILOR TO THE STARS PASSES AWAY

Star date: 17th August 2015

JAMES `THE TAILOR' PENDLEBURY PASES AWAY

James Pendlebury, tailor to a host of stars and Manchester United players, passed away suddenly last week. James made George Best's final bespoke suits, tailored everyone from Eric Cantona to Peter Kay, and hit the headlines rescuing Lionel Ritchie's split trousers.

He was also a proper Salford character, a regular around the pubs and clubs of Salford and Manchester. James leaves five children, nine grandchildren and wife Elaine.

Full details here...

added Monday, August 17, 2015  

 
 

SAVE POMONA FESTIVAL SEES FLORA AND WILDLIFE FLOURISH

Star date: 16th August 2015

PEEL HOLDINGS HAS FIGHT ON ITS HANDS AS SAVE POMONA CAMPAIGN STRENGTHENS

Yesterday, the Save Pomona campaign held a Pomona Festival to show the community the wildlife and flora that is thriving in the abandoned dockland, just across the border of Salford into Trafford.

Peel Holdings wants to build two incredibly ugly blocks of flats on the site but campaigners are fighting the plans and running urban safaris around the land. During yesterday's Festival, bees, butterflies, rare species of plants and birds were spotted as the fight to Save Pomona intensifies.

Full details here...

added Sunday, August 16, 2015  

 
 

SALFORD LADS CLUB PLAY CRACK YANKS SAN DIEGO ALBION SOCCER CLUB

Star date: 16th August 2015

BILLY GARTON BRINGS SAN DIEGO ALBION TO SALFORD

Former Manchester United player and Salford City manager, Billy Garton, who now coaches at the elite Albion Soccer Club in San Diego, brought an Under 10 and Under 12s team to Salford last week to play Salford Lads Club. How did they get on at the home of football?

Full details here...

added Sunday, August 16, 2015  

 
 

IRLAM FRINGE FESTIVAL BRINGS TOP THEATRE TO SALFORD

Star date: 15th August 2015

SIX SHORT PLAYS, TWO NIGHTS AND AFFORDABLE

Irlam Fringe Festival
Thursday August 27th and Friday 28th 7pm
Irlam Men's Catholic Club £5

After last year's sell out event, the Arts Council funded Irlam Fringe Festival is back, with top writers, directors and actors performing six short plays ranging, from comedy to tragedy, over two nights at the Irlam Men's Catholic Club. And all for a fiver...

Full details here...

added Saturday, August 15, 2015  

 
 

MANCHESTER HOMELESS CAMP MOVES TO KING STREET AFTER EVICTION

Star date: 14th August 2015

MANCHESTER COUNCIL DEMOLISHES ST ANN'S SQUARE HOMELESS CAMP – THEN DISINFECTS PAVEMENTS

The Manchester Homeless Camp was evicted from St Ann's Square this morning, with Manchester Council workers piling tents and groundsheets into refuse wagons before symbolically disinfecting the Square once the homeless people had gone.

Using a loophole in the eviction court order, two tents have now set up in King Street, near to the shop once occupied by rights protester Emmeline Pankhurst.

Full details here...

added Friday, August 14, 2015  

 
 

SALFORD CITY COUNCIL CUTS SERVICES FOR DISABLED KIDS

Star date: 13th August 2015

£131,000 CUTS TO SERVICES FOR DISABLED YOUNG PEOPLE WITH MORE TO FOLLOW

This year, Salford Council has already made £131,758 cuts to group based activities for children and young people with disabilities, with more to follow in 2016; while short breaks costs are also `likely to reduce' – partly due, a Council report states, to "A planned review and re-assessment by the social work team of high cost support packages, with the option to put lower cost provision in place..."

All this comes before a consultation on changes to eligibility criteria is even complete...

Full details here...

added Thursday, August 13, 2015  

 
 

SALFORD CITY COLLEGE TOLD TO HOLD CUTS UNTIL COMMUNITY CONSULTED

Star date: 11th August 2015

COMMUNITY, MP AND TEACHERS DEMAND PROPER CONSULTATION AROUND SALFORD COLLEGE CUTS

Last night a public meeting of over sixty people, including teachers, youth workers, councillors, trade unionists and Salford MP Rebecca Long-Bailey demanded that Salford City College put a three month hold on its cuts proposals while the community is properly consulted.

"If the College isn't prepared to do that then, to me, it isn't serious about delivering a solution in the interests of the people of Salford" said Salford City UNISON's Steven North "That isn't good enough and we can't accept that."

Full details here...

added Tuesday, August 11, 2015  

 
 

SALFORD COUNCIL £857,500 LOAN TO SALFORD STADIUM COMPANY

Star date: 11th August 2015

SALFORD COUNCIL LOANS ITS STADIUM COMPANY MORE CASH AND GIVES SALFORD RED DEVILS MORE TIME TO PAY BACK ITS £1.5M DEBT

Two secret Salford City Council decisions by Salford Mayor Ian Stewart have handed £857,500 in loans to the Council's joint venture City of Salford Community Stadium Ltd, and varied the already generous terms of re-payment under which Marwan Koukash was paying back the Salford Reds debt of £1.5million.

The £857,500 bailout to the Stadium by the cash strapped Council comes on top of £5.3million worth of loans already owed, plus £17.6million from the original building loan. The Council states that the latest loan will enable the Stadium "to repay principal/interest repayments back to the City Council in 2015/16 of £1.503m". In other words, it's loaning its own company money to pay itself back!

Full details here...

added Tuesday, August 11, 2015  

 
 

FESTIVAL TO SAVE POMONA FROM PEEL HOLDINGS

Star date: 9th August 2015

POMONA DAY AND POMONA FESTIVAL TO SAVE SITE FROM DEVELOPERS

Pomona Day - Thursday August 13th
Pomona Festival - Saturday 15th August

There's two events this week being organised by the Save Pomona campaign, aimed at highlighting the plight of Pomona, the urban green space and former docks across the Canal from Ordsall that Peel Holdings wants to build two block of flats upon. Pomona Day on Thursday and Pomona Festival on Saturday will draw more attention to the 150 flora species and rare birds that have been spotted at the site.

Full details here...

added Sunday, August 9, 2015  

 
 

SAVE SALFORD CITY COLLEGE PUBLIC MEETING

Star date: 9th August 2015

PUBLIC MEETING TO OPPOSE HUGE CUTS AT SALFORD COLLEGE

Save Our Salford City College
Monday 10th August 7pm
Swinton Royal British Legion

Tomorrow night a public meeting will be held at Swinton Legion to discuss the future of Salford City College which is planning a whole raft of cuts including the dismantling of the Walkden Centre; the end of A Levels at every centre, except Pendleton; e-learning instead of teachers, and increased fees for students.

Speakers at the meeting, include Salford and Eccles MP Rebecca Long-Bailey and Salford City UNISON Branch Secretary Steven North.

Full details here...

added Sunday, August 9, 2015  

 
 

SALFORD TRAVEL VIRGINS WANTED FOR TV SHOW

Star date: 9th August 2015

RARELY TRAVELLED ABROAD? GLOBAL ADVENTURE MIGHT AWAIT...

The Blast tv film making company is looking for Salford people who have never travelled abroad before, or maybe just once, to take on a `global adventure', with cameras following all the way of course...

Full details here...

added Sunday, August 9, 2015  

 
 

PETERLOO MASSACRE COMMEMORATION WITH MAXINE PEAKE

Star date: 9th August 2015

PETERLOO PICNIC TO REMEMBER 1819 MASSACRE

Peterloo Picnic
Sunday 16th August 12:30
Manchester Central Convention Centre

Maxine Peake, John Henshaw and Dave Haslam are amongst those who will be reading out the names of the 15 people slaughtered at the Peterloo Massacre in 1819 on the 196th anniversary of one of the most tragic days in working class history. The popular annual commemoration event is this year in the form of a Picnic outside Manchester Convention Centre next Sunday, complete with a giant replica map of the original marching routes. Update: Christopher Eccleston will now also be attending...

Meanwhile, this Monday, 10th August, local radical historian Michael Herbert will be speaking about the Peterloo Massacre at the Central Reference Library in Manchester.

Full details here...

added Sunday, August 9, 2015  

 
 

SALFORD STAR ANTHONY WILSON IN `ST ANTHONY’ TRIBUTE

Star date: 8th August 2015

CHRISTOPHER ECCLESTON, JOHN COOPER CLARKE, BERNARD SUMNER TRIBUTE TO ANTHONY WILSON

Salford's John Cooper Clarke, Christopher Eccleston, Shaun Ryder and Bernard Sumner are amongst a host of culture stars appearing on a new video to pay tribute to Factory Records sevengali, Anthony Wilson, on the eighth anniversary of his death.

The video will be premiered at a live event on Friday 14th August at the old Granada Studios, also featuring a dance night and the premiere of a new poem and track, St Anthony: An Ode to Anthony H. Wilson, by poet Mike Garry and composer Joe Duddell.

Full details here...

added Saturday, August 8, 2015  

 
 

SALFORD MPS SPLIT ON LABOUR LEADERSHIP VOTE

Star date: 7th August 2015

CORBYN MANIA NOT QUITE REACHED SALFORD!

Salford MPs are split on their support for the Labour Party leadership, with Rebecca Long-Bailey opting for Jeremy Corbyn, Graham Stringer fancying Yvette Cooper and Barbara Keeley opting for Andy Burnham.

Meanwhile, Corbyn-mania has not quite hit Salford, with only four Labour councillors coming out officially for the anti-cuts candidate.

Full details here...

added Friday, August 7, 2015  

 
 

SALFORD MEDIACITYUK BBC NEWS

Star date: 6th August

BBC, Peel Holdings, Jobs and Jibes...

As cash strapped Salford City Council continues to stuff the BBC Philharmonic Orchestra with the remainder of its £20million sweetener, how are the benefits to Salford people going?

Mary Burns presents the 'News from the BBC where we are...'

Full details here...

added Thursday, August 6, 2015  

 
 

SALFORD PUBLIC MONEY EURO JOLLIES

Star date: 5th August 2015

Islington Estate Euro Exchange Sham

A two year 44,000 euro exchange programme called Re-Block was meant to help the community of Islington Estate 'revive' the neighbourhood.

But was it just an excuse for so-called community reps to have a jolly in some rather nice European locations?  Mary Burns investigates...

Full details here...

added Wednesday, August 5, 2015  

 
 

VERDICT ON BARTON MOSS CONTAMINATION CASE DUE ON SEPTEMBER 7TH

Star date: 4th August 2015

COURT FINALLY HEARS EVIDENCE ABOUT CONTAMINATION AT BARTON MOSS

At Manchester Magistrates Court today in the trial of more than 40 people arrested during the anti-fracking protests at Barton Moss the court heard evidence about contamination at Barton Moss in Salford. A verdict on the evidence will now be heard in court on September 7th.

Full details here…

added Tuesday, August 4, 2015  

 
 

WHO IS WATCHING SALFORD HEALTHWATCH?

Star date: 3rd August 2015

£166,000 HEALTHWATCH MESS

As our health and social care services are being butchered, privatised and `devolved', it's nice to know that Salford has Healthwatch – our `independent consumer champion in health and social care'. What? You've never heard of it? Surely some mistake!

Mary Burns Investigates...

added Monday, August 3, 2015  

 
 

BARTON MOSS CONTAMINATION CASE ADJOURNED AGAIN

Star date: 1st August 2015

COURT MADE TO WAIT TO HEAR NEW EVIDENCE OF CONTAMINATION AROUND IGAS SALFORD SITE

At Manchester Magistrates Court this week, a District Judge was due to hear expert evidence of contamination around the iGas exploratory drilling site in Barton Moss.

A trail of more than 40 people arrested during the anti-fracking protests at Barton Moss in Spring 2014 had to be adjourned again after the prosecutions barrister failed to show.

Ruth Hayhurst reports…

added Saturday, August 1, 2015  

 
 

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