Holme Wood residents brand primary school's high netting 'an eyesore'

The new netting at Carrwood Primary School that has upset nearby residents

The new netting at Carrwood Primary School that has upset nearby residents

First published in News by , T&A Reporter

The governor of a Bradford school has sided with residents who objecting to a 30ft fence which has been installed without planning permission.

People in Eversley Drive, overlooking Carrwood Primary School, Holme Wood, want the netting and steel post fence in front of their homes pulling down, describing it as an eyesore.

They say it appeared suddenly in August with no consultation.

One resident James Trotter said: “It’'s like looking out onto a prison fence. It’s ugly and it blocks the view we used to have.

“No-one is happy about it. My house is almost bought but if I wanted to sell it, no-one would buy it becaue of that ugly thing. The head teacher herself has refused to speak to any of us about it but we were told by someone else at the school it did have permission.

“That information was wrong. They hadn't asked for permission at all when we checked up with the Council.”

A planning application to install the fence was received by Bradford Council Learning Services on Monday, December 23. It said the netting was to protect the school’s new two-storey classroom.

Councillor John Ruding (Lab, Tong), a governor at the school, said he supported residents and he had advised the school to find an alternative to the fence.

He said: “I’m disappointed the school didn’t take my advice. I agree with residents it’s an eyesore, it’s a monstrosity. It’s a blight on the street scene and I wouldn’t like to look out on to it.

“I’ve told residents I don’t think the school will be successful in its retrospective application. Of course while a retrospective application is lodged, the fence is not illegal.”

Hilary Beards, head teacher, confirmed the fence was needed to prevent vandalism of the buildings and to protect the cars of staff which have previously been damaged by stone-throwing yobs. She said: “We are aware of the concerns of residents about the netting but it has been erected for a number of good reasons.

“Firstly, the health and safety of our pupils is paramount and the netting stands on a hill above our reception class playground. This area has been a target for stones and other objects thrown over the existing metal fence. The netting prevents these missiles hitting any of our pupils, school windows and staff cars.”

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7:09am Tue 21 Jan 14

Albion. says...

“Firstly, the health and safety of our pupils is paramount and the netting stands on a hill above our reception class playground. This area has been a target for stones and other objects thrown over the existing metal fence. The netting prevents these missiles hitting any of our pupils, school windows and staff cars.” And it keeps the horses off!
They shouldn't have gone ahead without planning permission though.
“Firstly, the health and safety of our pupils is paramount and the netting stands on a hill above our reception class playground. This area has been a target for stones and other objects thrown over the existing metal fence. The netting prevents these missiles hitting any of our pupils, school windows and staff cars.” And it keeps the horses off! They shouldn't have gone ahead without planning permission though. Albion.
  • Score: 8

8:01am Tue 21 Jan 14

collos25 says...

If that's all the residents have to complain about then hey must lead very boring lives.The netting is there for a purpose the police are not there to enforce the law so other means must be found.
If that's all the residents have to complain about then hey must lead very boring lives.The netting is there for a purpose the police are not there to enforce the law so other means must be found. collos25
  • Score: 12

8:05am Tue 21 Jan 14

Bone_idle18 says...

Thought it was to keep the horses out.
Thought it was to keep the horses out. Bone_idle18
  • Score: 7

8:44am Tue 21 Jan 14

Baildon girl says...

Tbh it doesnt look that bad from the pictures in my opinion, dont understand why they are complaining, its for the good of the pupils and staff if they are been targeted by yobs throwing things
Tbh it doesnt look that bad from the pictures in my opinion, dont understand why they are complaining, its for the good of the pupils and staff if they are been targeted by yobs throwing things Baildon girl
  • Score: 17

8:49am Tue 21 Jan 14

sam-tyler says...

There's many more, much worse eyesores in Scratty Holmewood than netting around a school. Half of the gardens resemble fly tip sites, for one.
There's many more, much worse eyesores in Scratty Holmewood than netting around a school. Half of the gardens resemble fly tip sites, for one. sam-tyler
  • Score: 21

8:57am Tue 21 Jan 14

Unethical_ says...

This ones a corker 'it blocks our view' it see through netting, mind you a lot that estate trash never went school.
This ones a corker 'it blocks our view' it see through netting, mind you a lot that estate trash never went school. Unethical_
  • Score: 8

9:16am Tue 21 Jan 14

bd7 helper says...

Making it safer for everyone
Making it safer for everyone bd7 helper
  • Score: 13

9:37am Tue 21 Jan 14

Ruthydee says...

In a perfect world the headline would read

"Residents anger at yobs targeting primary school" - residents of Holmewood are outraged that a local primary school has been attacked with stones, damaging teachers' cars and narrowly missing young children playing. The school has had to hurriedly erect a safety barrier without any planning consent to prevent the children from injury.

THAT is the real story here not some see through netting!
In a perfect world the headline would read "Residents anger at yobs targeting primary school" - residents of Holmewood are outraged that a local primary school has been attacked with stones, damaging teachers' cars and narrowly missing young children playing. The school has had to hurriedly erect a safety barrier without any planning consent to prevent the children from injury. THAT is the real story here not some see through netting! Ruthydee
  • Score: 27

10:27am Tue 21 Jan 14

Joedavid says...

Yobs.
Do they not have parents they live with there?
What about the residents getting their children under control. Does the area have no police patrols?
Yobs. Do they not have parents they live with there? What about the residents getting their children under control. Does the area have no police patrols? Joedavid
  • Score: 15

11:02am Tue 21 Jan 14

Prisoner Cell Block A says...

Unethical_ wrote:
This ones a corker 'it blocks our view' it see through netting, mind you a lot that estate trash never went school.
This one's a corker 'it blocks our view' it IS see through netting. Mind you, a lot of that estate trash never went to school.

There, corrected your poor sentence structure for you and included necessary apostrophes and omitted words.

POT KETTLE
[quote][p][bold]Unethical_[/bold] wrote: This ones a corker 'it blocks our view' it see through netting, mind you a lot that estate trash never went school.[/p][/quote]This one's a corker 'it blocks our view' it IS see through netting. Mind you, a lot of that estate trash never went to school. There, corrected your poor sentence structure for you and included necessary apostrophes and omitted words. POT KETTLE Prisoner Cell Block A
  • Score: 3

12:58pm Tue 21 Jan 14

Freddy Elliot says...

sam-tyler wrote:
There's many more, much worse eyesores in Scratty Holmewood than netting around a school. Half of the gardens resemble fly tip sites, for one.
Too right. Makes the dobbers on Benefit Street series look like a right set of snoots.
[quote][p][bold]sam-tyler[/bold] wrote: There's many more, much worse eyesores in Scratty Holmewood than netting around a school. Half of the gardens resemble fly tip sites, for one.[/p][/quote]Too right. Makes the dobbers on Benefit Street series look like a right set of snoots. Freddy Elliot
  • Score: 9

1:24pm Tue 21 Jan 14

Unethical_ says...

Prisoner you know what i meant!

&

Benefit street is a complete utter lie, that the common layman coach pizzaman likes to watch. Another c4 productions which wants hits!
Prisoner you know what i meant! & Benefit street is a complete utter lie, that the common layman coach pizzaman likes to watch. Another c4 productions which wants hits! Unethical_
  • Score: -8

2:37pm Tue 21 Jan 14

Freddy Elliot says...

If that is true then the actors should each receive an oscar!
If that is true then the actors should each receive an oscar! Freddy Elliot
  • Score: 4

3:30pm Tue 21 Jan 14

RollandSmoke says...

I know I'll get stick for asking this but what facilities are in place for these kids to occupy them, give them positive roll models and steer them into a direction where they are not bored out of their minds and are throwing stones and vandalising their communities as a way of passing time? The kids should take pride in their communities but that will only happen if they feel a part of it and that their community cares about them. As it stands cuts in youth services across the district have left kids without any structured activity which leaves them wandering the streets where not only are they unsafe but where they cause problems, get labeled as yobs and end up feeling even further detatched from the communities that they should respect. Youth services are not only important to Baildon residents, they should have a presence in all our communities and should be offering a more attractive option for the kids than wandering the streets.
I know I'll get stick for asking this but what facilities are in place for these kids to occupy them, give them positive roll models and steer them into a direction where they are not bored out of their minds and are throwing stones and vandalising their communities as a way of passing time? The kids should take pride in their communities but that will only happen if they feel a part of it and that their community cares about them. As it stands cuts in youth services across the district have left kids without any structured activity which leaves them wandering the streets where not only are they unsafe but where they cause problems, get labeled as yobs and end up feeling even further detatched from the communities that they should respect. Youth services are not only important to Baildon residents, they should have a presence in all our communities and should be offering a more attractive option for the kids than wandering the streets. RollandSmoke
  • Score: -3

7:24pm Tue 21 Jan 14

alive and awake says...

RollandSmoke wrote:
I know I'll get stick for asking this but what facilities are in place for these kids to occupy them, give them positive roll models and steer them into a direction where they are not bored out of their minds and are throwing stones and vandalising their communities as a way of passing time? The kids should take pride in their communities but that will only happen if they feel a part of it and that their community cares about them. As it stands cuts in youth services across the district have left kids without any structured activity which leaves them wandering the streets where not only are they unsafe but where they cause problems, get labeled as yobs and end up feeling even further detatched from the communities that they should respect. Youth services are not only important to Baildon residents, they should have a presence in all our communities and should be offering a more attractive option for the kids than wandering the streets.
There wasn't any youth services when I was a child, but we grew up respectful. It all starts in the home, but how can it most of them are 4th generation yobs.
[quote][p][bold]RollandSmoke[/bold] wrote: I know I'll get stick for asking this but what facilities are in place for these kids to occupy them, give them positive roll models and steer them into a direction where they are not bored out of their minds and are throwing stones and vandalising their communities as a way of passing time? The kids should take pride in their communities but that will only happen if they feel a part of it and that their community cares about them. As it stands cuts in youth services across the district have left kids without any structured activity which leaves them wandering the streets where not only are they unsafe but where they cause problems, get labeled as yobs and end up feeling even further detatched from the communities that they should respect. Youth services are not only important to Baildon residents, they should have a presence in all our communities and should be offering a more attractive option for the kids than wandering the streets.[/p][/quote]There wasn't any youth services when I was a child, but we grew up respectful. It all starts in the home, but how can it most of them are 4th generation yobs. alive and awake
  • Score: 4

10:26pm Tue 21 Jan 14

sam-tyler says...

RollandSmoke wrote:
I know I'll get stick for asking this but what facilities are in place for these kids to occupy them, give them positive roll models and steer them into a direction where they are not bored out of their minds and are throwing stones and vandalising their communities as a way of passing time? The kids should take pride in their communities but that will only happen if they feel a part of it and that their community cares about them. As it stands cuts in youth services across the district have left kids without any structured activity which leaves them wandering the streets where not only are they unsafe but where they cause problems, get labeled as yobs and end up feeling even further detatched from the communities that they should respect. Youth services are not only important to Baildon residents, they should have a presence in all our communities and should be offering a more attractive option for the kids than wandering the streets.
It's got to be hoped that they don't aspire to you as a role model Andy, or they'll all turn out drug addled paranoid numpties with no purpose in life.
[quote][p][bold]RollandSmoke[/bold] wrote: I know I'll get stick for asking this but what facilities are in place for these kids to occupy them, give them positive roll models and steer them into a direction where they are not bored out of their minds and are throwing stones and vandalising their communities as a way of passing time? The kids should take pride in their communities but that will only happen if they feel a part of it and that their community cares about them. As it stands cuts in youth services across the district have left kids without any structured activity which leaves them wandering the streets where not only are they unsafe but where they cause problems, get labeled as yobs and end up feeling even further detatched from the communities that they should respect. Youth services are not only important to Baildon residents, they should have a presence in all our communities and should be offering a more attractive option for the kids than wandering the streets.[/p][/quote]It's got to be hoped that they don't aspire to you as a role model Andy, or they'll all turn out drug addled paranoid numpties with no purpose in life. sam-tyler
  • Score: 2

12:10am Wed 22 Jan 14

RollandSmoke says...

sam-tyler wrote:
RollandSmoke wrote:
I know I'll get stick for asking this but what facilities are in place for these kids to occupy them, give them positive roll models and steer them into a direction where they are not bored out of their minds and are throwing stones and vandalising their communities as a way of passing time? The kids should take pride in their communities but that will only happen if they feel a part of it and that their community cares about them. As it stands cuts in youth services across the district have left kids without any structured activity which leaves them wandering the streets where not only are they unsafe but where they cause problems, get labeled as yobs and end up feeling even further detatched from the communities that they should respect. Youth services are not only important to Baildon residents, they should have a presence in all our communities and should be offering a more attractive option for the kids than wandering the streets.
It's got to be hoped that they don't aspire to you as a role model Andy, or they'll all turn out drug addled paranoid numpties with no purpose in life.
Very clever Sam lets turn the conversation on to me and ignore the point I raised totally. So who are you Sam? What the hell do you know about me? Yes I'm sure you've got your assumptions but you know nothing. I know you don't know me because I don't associate with idiots who have nothing to say but take the time to say it anyway. I'm glad that you applaud the fact that we are failing our kids but then again you want them to fail so as you've someone else to look down your nose at so as to make your own pityful little existence seem worthwhile. Maybe you think it's cheaper to just let them go off track then deal with the consequences at a later date when things have really got out of hand. Your a genius obviously.
Unless you have something worthwhile to say don't speak to me again. If you do in fact know me be sure to let on if you see me in person.
[quote][p][bold]sam-tyler[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]RollandSmoke[/bold] wrote: I know I'll get stick for asking this but what facilities are in place for these kids to occupy them, give them positive roll models and steer them into a direction where they are not bored out of their minds and are throwing stones and vandalising their communities as a way of passing time? The kids should take pride in their communities but that will only happen if they feel a part of it and that their community cares about them. As it stands cuts in youth services across the district have left kids without any structured activity which leaves them wandering the streets where not only are they unsafe but where they cause problems, get labeled as yobs and end up feeling even further detatched from the communities that they should respect. Youth services are not only important to Baildon residents, they should have a presence in all our communities and should be offering a more attractive option for the kids than wandering the streets.[/p][/quote]It's got to be hoped that they don't aspire to you as a role model Andy, or they'll all turn out drug addled paranoid numpties with no purpose in life.[/p][/quote]Very clever Sam lets turn the conversation on to me and ignore the point I raised totally. So who are you Sam? What the hell do you know about me? Yes I'm sure you've got your assumptions but you know nothing. I know you don't know me because I don't associate with idiots who have nothing to say but take the time to say it anyway. I'm glad that you applaud the fact that we are failing our kids but then again you want them to fail so as you've someone else to look down your nose at so as to make your own pityful little existence seem worthwhile. Maybe you think it's cheaper to just let them go off track then deal with the consequences at a later date when things have really got out of hand. Your a genius obviously. Unless you have something worthwhile to say don't speak to me again. If you do in fact know me be sure to let on if you see me in person. RollandSmoke
  • Score: -1

12:36am Wed 22 Jan 14

RollandSmoke says...

alive and awake wrote:
RollandSmoke wrote:
I know I'll get stick for asking this but what facilities are in place for these kids to occupy them, give them positive roll models and steer them into a direction where they are not bored out of their minds and are throwing stones and vandalising their communities as a way of passing time? The kids should take pride in their communities but that will only happen if they feel a part of it and that their community cares about them. As it stands cuts in youth services across the district have left kids without any structured activity which leaves them wandering the streets where not only are they unsafe but where they cause problems, get labeled as yobs and end up feeling even further detatched from the communities that they should respect. Youth services are not only important to Baildon residents, they should have a presence in all our communities and should be offering a more attractive option for the kids than wandering the streets.
There wasn't any youth services when I was a child, but we grew up respectful. It all starts in the home, but how can it most of them are 4th generation yobs.
People with respect don't look at other people in the way you do. Respect is not looking for excuses to attack other who are in a worse position than yourself. Thanks for stating the obvious that some get through life with no problems and have a good upbringing (although the values that you were instilled with stink) but then your father probably scared the crap out of you. Did you get a good beating if you stepped out of line? Them were the days eh? You just can't get away with the same levels of child abuse now can you?
[quote][p][bold]alive and awake[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]RollandSmoke[/bold] wrote: I know I'll get stick for asking this but what facilities are in place for these kids to occupy them, give them positive roll models and steer them into a direction where they are not bored out of their minds and are throwing stones and vandalising their communities as a way of passing time? The kids should take pride in their communities but that will only happen if they feel a part of it and that their community cares about them. As it stands cuts in youth services across the district have left kids without any structured activity which leaves them wandering the streets where not only are they unsafe but where they cause problems, get labeled as yobs and end up feeling even further detatched from the communities that they should respect. Youth services are not only important to Baildon residents, they should have a presence in all our communities and should be offering a more attractive option for the kids than wandering the streets.[/p][/quote]There wasn't any youth services when I was a child, but we grew up respectful. It all starts in the home, but how can it most of them are 4th generation yobs.[/p][/quote]People with respect don't look at other people in the way you do. Respect is not looking for excuses to attack other who are in a worse position than yourself. Thanks for stating the obvious that some get through life with no problems and have a good upbringing (although the values that you were instilled with stink) but then your father probably scared the crap out of you. Did you get a good beating if you stepped out of line? Them were the days eh? You just can't get away with the same levels of child abuse now can you? RollandSmoke
  • Score: 0

8:06am Wed 22 Jan 14

sam-tyler says...

RollandSmoke wrote:
sam-tyler wrote:
RollandSmoke wrote:
I know I'll get stick for asking this but what facilities are in place for these kids to occupy them, give them positive roll models and steer them into a direction where they are not bored out of their minds and are throwing stones and vandalising their communities as a way of passing time? The kids should take pride in their communities but that will only happen if they feel a part of it and that their community cares about them. As it stands cuts in youth services across the district have left kids without any structured activity which leaves them wandering the streets where not only are they unsafe but where they cause problems, get labeled as yobs and end up feeling even further detatched from the communities that they should respect. Youth services are not only important to Baildon residents, they should have a presence in all our communities and should be offering a more attractive option for the kids than wandering the streets.
It's got to be hoped that they don't aspire to you as a role model Andy, or they'll all turn out drug addled paranoid numpties with no purpose in life.
Very clever Sam lets turn the conversation on to me and ignore the point I raised totally. So who are you Sam? What the hell do you know about me? Yes I'm sure you've got your assumptions but you know nothing. I know you don't know me because I don't associate with idiots who have nothing to say but take the time to say it anyway. I'm glad that you applaud the fact that we are failing our kids but then again you want them to fail so as you've someone else to look down your nose at so as to make your own pityful little existence seem worthwhile. Maybe you think it's cheaper to just let them go off track then deal with the consequences at a later date when things have really got out of hand. Your a genius obviously.
Unless you have something worthwhile to say don't speak to me again. If you do in fact know me be sure to let on if you see me in person.
You'd be very surprised how much I know about you Mr B, so best you keep quiet.
And it's about time you got a job you workshy scrounger.
[quote][p][bold]RollandSmoke[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]sam-tyler[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]RollandSmoke[/bold] wrote: I know I'll get stick for asking this but what facilities are in place for these kids to occupy them, give them positive roll models and steer them into a direction where they are not bored out of their minds and are throwing stones and vandalising their communities as a way of passing time? The kids should take pride in their communities but that will only happen if they feel a part of it and that their community cares about them. As it stands cuts in youth services across the district have left kids without any structured activity which leaves them wandering the streets where not only are they unsafe but where they cause problems, get labeled as yobs and end up feeling even further detatched from the communities that they should respect. Youth services are not only important to Baildon residents, they should have a presence in all our communities and should be offering a more attractive option for the kids than wandering the streets.[/p][/quote]It's got to be hoped that they don't aspire to you as a role model Andy, or they'll all turn out drug addled paranoid numpties with no purpose in life.[/p][/quote]Very clever Sam lets turn the conversation on to me and ignore the point I raised totally. So who are you Sam? What the hell do you know about me? Yes I'm sure you've got your assumptions but you know nothing. I know you don't know me because I don't associate with idiots who have nothing to say but take the time to say it anyway. I'm glad that you applaud the fact that we are failing our kids but then again you want them to fail so as you've someone else to look down your nose at so as to make your own pityful little existence seem worthwhile. Maybe you think it's cheaper to just let them go off track then deal with the consequences at a later date when things have really got out of hand. Your a genius obviously. Unless you have something worthwhile to say don't speak to me again. If you do in fact know me be sure to let on if you see me in person.[/p][/quote]You'd be very surprised how much I know about you Mr B, so best you keep quiet. And it's about time you got a job you workshy scrounger. sam-tyler
  • Score: 1

5:25pm Wed 22 Jan 14

RollandSmoke says...

sam-tyler wrote:
RollandSmoke wrote:
sam-tyler wrote:
RollandSmoke wrote:
I know I'll get stick for asking this but what facilities are in place for these kids to occupy them, give them positive roll models and steer them into a direction where they are not bored out of their minds and are throwing stones and vandalising their communities as a way of passing time? The kids should take pride in their communities but that will only happen if they feel a part of it and that their community cares about them. As it stands cuts in youth services across the district have left kids without any structured activity which leaves them wandering the streets where not only are they unsafe but where they cause problems, get labeled as yobs and end up feeling even further detatched from the communities that they should respect. Youth services are not only important to Baildon residents, they should have a presence in all our communities and should be offering a more attractive option for the kids than wandering the streets.
It's got to be hoped that they don't aspire to you as a role model Andy, or they'll all turn out drug addled paranoid numpties with no purpose in life.
Very clever Sam lets turn the conversation on to me and ignore the point I raised totally. So who are you Sam? What the hell do you know about me? Yes I'm sure you've got your assumptions but you know nothing. I know you don't know me because I don't associate with idiots who have nothing to say but take the time to say it anyway. I'm glad that you applaud the fact that we are failing our kids but then again you want them to fail so as you've someone else to look down your nose at so as to make your own pityful little existence seem worthwhile. Maybe you think it's cheaper to just let them go off track then deal with the consequences at a later date when things have really got out of hand. Your a genius obviously.
Unless you have something worthwhile to say don't speak to me again. If you do in fact know me be sure to let on if you see me in person.
You'd be very surprised how much I know about you Mr B, so best you keep quiet.
And it's about time you got a job you workshy scrounger.
Well you know my name woopie do!. I think you've just threatened me. I also know that if you knew anything about me you would know that I am classed as disabled. I will be requesting your contact details from the T&A so as I can pass this information on to the police as there are laws against harrassing disabled people. I don't mind going to court especially when someone may have to pay me compensation.
[quote][p][bold]sam-tyler[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]RollandSmoke[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]sam-tyler[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]RollandSmoke[/bold] wrote: I know I'll get stick for asking this but what facilities are in place for these kids to occupy them, give them positive roll models and steer them into a direction where they are not bored out of their minds and are throwing stones and vandalising their communities as a way of passing time? The kids should take pride in their communities but that will only happen if they feel a part of it and that their community cares about them. As it stands cuts in youth services across the district have left kids without any structured activity which leaves them wandering the streets where not only are they unsafe but where they cause problems, get labeled as yobs and end up feeling even further detatched from the communities that they should respect. Youth services are not only important to Baildon residents, they should have a presence in all our communities and should be offering a more attractive option for the kids than wandering the streets.[/p][/quote]It's got to be hoped that they don't aspire to you as a role model Andy, or they'll all turn out drug addled paranoid numpties with no purpose in life.[/p][/quote]Very clever Sam lets turn the conversation on to me and ignore the point I raised totally. So who are you Sam? What the hell do you know about me? Yes I'm sure you've got your assumptions but you know nothing. I know you don't know me because I don't associate with idiots who have nothing to say but take the time to say it anyway. I'm glad that you applaud the fact that we are failing our kids but then again you want them to fail so as you've someone else to look down your nose at so as to make your own pityful little existence seem worthwhile. Maybe you think it's cheaper to just let them go off track then deal with the consequences at a later date when things have really got out of hand. Your a genius obviously. Unless you have something worthwhile to say don't speak to me again. If you do in fact know me be sure to let on if you see me in person.[/p][/quote]You'd be very surprised how much I know about you Mr B, so best you keep quiet. And it's about time you got a job you workshy scrounger.[/p][/quote]Well you know my name woopie do!. I think you've just threatened me. I also know that if you knew anything about me you would know that I am classed as disabled. I will be requesting your contact details from the T&A so as I can pass this information on to the police as there are laws against harrassing disabled people. I don't mind going to court especially when someone may have to pay me compensation. RollandSmoke
  • Score: -1

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