Cheshire, Hankelow, nr. Audlem

Welcome to the The Granary in Hankelow, nr. Audlem: the perfect way to explore Cheshire. On this page you can view details, photos, reviews, local area maps and more about The Granary as well as check availability and pricing. The The Granary is located in Cheshire and is part of the The Granary group of holiday cottages.

This truly luxurious, spacious and beautifully designed and furnished barn conversion enjoys an enviable rural location within an acre of landscaped gardens and four acres of mown paddocks, all set in the heart of glorious Cheshire. Next door is a welcoming 18 hole golf course and just 1.5 miles away lies the picturesque village of Audlem – scenic towpath walks along the Shropshire Union Canal link the village with Nantwich where canal day boats can be hired – whilst Stapeley Water Gardens, Bridgemere Garden World and Tropical Oasis are all under 6 miles. The historic city of Chester, with its designer shopping and 110 acre garden zoo, and Liverpool, home to the Albert Docks, Beatles Museum and so much more, are both within an hour’s drive as are The Potteries, Alton Towers, Waterworld, and Ironbridge Industrial Museum, as well as fascinating National Trust properties including Little Moreton Hall, Tatton Park and Styal Mill. Llandudno and Snowdonia make excellent day trips. Riding 2 miles. Shops 1.5 miles, pub 0.5 miles.

Cottage Description: Maximum occupancy is 11. Ground floor: Living room with French door and beams. Dining room with beams. Kitchen with breakfast area. Snooker room. Games room. Conservatory. Separate toilet. First floor: 5 bedrooms: 4 double, one (6ft) with en-suite shower room and toilet, one (5ft) with en-suite bathroom with corner bath and toilet, 1 twin. Bathroom with bath, shower cubicle and toilet. Z bed (for child).

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The Granary

&quote;The accommodation was ideal for a large family. It had all necessary luxuries to help you relax and enjoy the super location. The rooms were all tastefully decorated and appropriately furnished. It would make a smashing location for a wedding, party or even Christmas!!!&quote;

5 stars rated 5 out of 50 by in KETTERING on July 31st, 2010

The The Granary benefits from the following features: Open fire in dining room inc. Gas living-flame fire in living room inc. Gas CH, elec, bed linen and towels inc. T/cot. H/chair. Satellite TV (family package). Freeview TV. DVD. Stereo/CD. Range. M/wave. W/machine. T/dryer. D/washer. Two freezers. Terrace and furniture. Garden and paddock. BBQ. Parking. Games room with football table and Playstation 2. Full size snooker table (adult use only). No smoking. Friday to Friday.

Whether you spending time indoors at The Granary or exploring the local area, you will never be short of things to do!

The Sandstone Trail, Cheshire - 12.8 Miles away*

Enjoy this delightful route through the beautiful Cheshire countryside. Open since 1974, this rural walk is a lovely way to explore the local area. Take a picnic and enjoy the stunning views.

Delamere Forest Walkways, Northwich - 17.2 Miles away*

The Forest has 6 paths to choose from, which are ideal for walking or biking. Many of the routes are easy and have appropriate access for the less able and small children.

Staffs & Worcs Canal, Great Haywood - 24.7 Miles away*

Journey along the canal towpaths which are in truly excellent condition and are perfect for walkers too.

Waterhouses Trail, Staffordshire - 25.7 Miles away*

Cycle through the 9 miles of fantastic river valleys and along converted railway lines called the Manifold Track. Located in the main village behind the Crown Hotel.

Hayfield Trail, Hayfield - 29 Miles away*

In Hayfield village is a 2.5 mile trail with plenty of additional access to hills via bridleways, ideal to get up high and see those spectacular views.

The London House Restaurant, Eccleshall - 14.1 Miles away*

Beautifully restored Grade II listed building creating a wonderful ambiance for fine dining. Indulge your appetite for award winning Indian cuisine.

The Cock O'Barton, Chester - 14.9 Miles away*

A country road in the heart of Cheshire is the setting for this legendary watering hole. The Cock O'Barton has just been refurbished to create one of the area's best pub restaurants.

Yellow Broom Restaurant, Holmes Chapel - 15.8 Miles away*

Focusing on serving uncomplicated dishes made from the freshest produce, The Yellow Broom has been established since the 1930s and is a renowned meeting place for all.

Belle Italia , Stafford - 20.8 Miles away*

Bella Italia offers authentic Italian dishes with what they call 'The Bella Touch'. Full menu plus specials available along with a typical Italian welcome and atmosphere.

Chicago Rock Café, Stafford - 20.9 Miles away*

Offering a wide range of food and drink served by friendly staff. With regular bands and music, this is your one stop shop for a great night out.

The Shropshire Inn, Haughton - 21 Miles away*

Fabulous modern venue with new British classic cuisine, cooked from fresh local produce. This is contemporary dining in a country setting.

The Red Lion , Bradley - 21.5 Miles away*

A modern country style pub and kitchen serving a great menu with rave reviews in the beautiful Staffordshire village of Bradley. The historic building dates back to the Elizabethan period.

The New Broom Inn, Checkley - 22.6 Miles away*

Set in the quiet village of Checkley, the New Broom Inn offers traditional pub food with a modern twist. Its light and airy ambiance makes it an inviting place to eat and drink.

Kilton Inn , Knutsford - 23.2 Miles away*

A friendly pub, with helpful staff offering quick service. With good value for money dishes, and consistently tasty food, it has a great local reputation. Their Sunday roasts are especially popular and especially welcome after a morning walk.

The Little Fawn, Stafford - 24.2 Miles away*

Good British food served in a professional and friendly atmosphere! Offering a wide ranging menu as well as wine and spirits list.

Jolly Thresher , Lymm - 25.2 Miles away*

An excellent pub, known for its delicious food and friendly atmosphere. With reasonable prices, fresh ingredients and helpful, welcoming staff this family run pub caters for all occasions. Pay a visit on a Friday to enjoy some great music.

Home Bar & Restaurant, Altrincham - 25.6 Miles away*

Locally sourced ingredients, value for money and sophisticated menus mean this stylish restaurant is popular with locals and tourists alike. For those wine connoisseurs out there, there is an impressive wine lists showcasing over 150 wines and champagnes. The Home Bar is also a fabulous place for a cocktail with an extensive list to choose from.

The Swan with Two Nicks, Altrincham - 26 Miles away*

Traditional and tasty food awaits you at The Swan with Two Nicks. Choose from a wide-ranging menu and curl up by a log fire with a fine wine or excellent real ale and relax. This friendly country pub is popular with locals, walkers and tourists alike and offers consistently delicious and varied food, including great fresh fish, Thai mussels and Sunday roasts.

Terrazza Italian Restaurant, Rugeley - 28.8 Miles away*

Established in 1996 this family run Italian restaurant was voted Staffordshire's restaurant of the year in 2002. Authentic Italian cuisine for all tastes and appetites, with fresh fish and seafood on daily specials.

Celyn Farmers Market , Cely - 29.2 Miles away*

At this farmers market visitors can buy cider made with Welsh apples and also cheese, olive oil, honey and yogurt. There are also handmade leather items, seasonal cards and needlecraft on sale. 8 producers from the Celyn Farmers Market have even appeared on the BBC2's 'Ready Steady Cook' show.

Trentham Gardens , Trentham - 12.4 Miles away*

An important historic site, with impressive Italian gardens and stunning scenery. Originally created for the Duke of Sutherland, these charming gardens have maintained their initial layout, however the ongoing restoration project has taken a refreshing look at the gardens and the plantlife there. With the help of award winning garden designers; Tom Stuart-Smith and Piet Oudolf, a more contemporary look is being created. Stroll around these unique gardens and unwind in their tranquil atmosphere.

Central Forest Park, Stoke on Trent - 13.4 Miles away*

Central Forest Park is a beautiful green space in the heart of the city. It provides facilities for walking, cycling, dog walking, informal sports and skateboarding.

Congleton Park, Congleton - 15.9 Miles away*

Situated on the banks of the River Dane, north east of the town centre, the park contains numerous benches, some providing views along the River Dane. The ideal place to sit and soak up the atmosphere.

Stapeley Water Gardens, Nantwich - 21.2 Miles away*

A wonderful place to visit, with an astonishing collection of exotic rare animals and tropical plantlife which will delight the whole family. Stock up on your gardening essentials and browse the stock at the impressive Angling Centre.

Attingham Park , Shrewsbury - 23.5 Miles away*

For a meagre sum you can spend a great day enjoying all that this magnificent 18th century house has to offer, including 500 acres of wonderful parkland commanding glorious views.

Shugborough Estate, Stafford - 24.7 Miles away*

On this estate, it begins with a walled garden for fruit and veg. See and feel history come to life as you watch servants preparing food, brewing ale and scrubbing whites back at the servants' quarters.

Birches Valley Forest Centre, Rugeley - 27.8 Miles away*

The Forest Centre provides the ideal base for a host of recreational and educational activities. There is also a visitor centre, forest shop with hot and cold food, cycle hire and a children's play area.

Coed Llandegla Forest, Llandegla - 28.7 Miles away*

This forest offers mountain bike trails suitable for all the family and a choice of picturesque walking trails. Bikes are available to hire all year round. After the exercise enjoy some refreshments at the café located in the visitors centre.

Llam Park, Ashbourne - 28.8 Miles away*

158 acres cared for by the National Trust with lots of grassland - ideal for some peace and quiet in beautiful surroundings. Llam Hall, built between 1821 and 1827 also sits in the grounds but is not open to the public.

Eastham Country Park, Eastham - 28.9 Miles away*

The original park opened in 1845 and attracted pleasure trippers for many years. Superb views from the park – you'll be sure to spot a number of passing ships. Keep your eyes peeled for numerous species of bird and some beautiful plantlife.

Ness Botanic Gardens, Neston - 29.4 Miles away*

Located on the Wirral peninsula, the stunning gardens were founded in 1898 by the Liverpool cotton merchant, Arthur Kilpin Bulley. With displays featuring 15,000 plants over 64 acres, these impressive gardens are well worth a look. Admire the vast collections, sourced from all over the world and relax in the tranquil atmosphere that these gardens inspire.

The Pavilion Gardens, Buxton - 29.4 Miles away*

The Pavilion Gardens sport 23 acres of fabulous recently landscaped gardens, situated in the centre of Buxton on the banks of the River Wye. A great range of food and drink is also available at the Garden Restaurant.

Waterworld , Stoke on Trent - 12.1 Miles away*

Waterworld Stoke is a modern, purpose built, all season and all weathers tropical aqua park. Attracting over 400,000 visitors per year, it is the largest venue of its kind within the UK.

Monkey Forest, Trentham - 12.4 Miles away*

Set in 60 acres of stunning woodland, 140 monkeys live and roam about. You'll find a monkey sat on the bench next to you or nipping across the road in front of you!

Hoo Farm Animal Kingdom, Shropshire - 19.1 Miles away*

There is always something happening at Hoo Farm for all the kids to enjoy – see and feed the animals, make pottery, play in the gardens, the possibilities are endless.

Chester Zoo, Chester - 22.1 Miles away*

There are over 7000 animals to see here, some of which are endangered species. Chester Zoo is an all year round attraction and offers a restaurant and cafe.

Wonderland , Telford - 23.5 Miles away*

An award-winning big park for little people, a place where nursery rhymes and fairy tales come to life in all its themed rides, activities and a maze.

Blackbrook Zoological Park, Staffordshire - 23.6 Miles away*

A wildlife park set in the Staffordshire Moorlands, Blackbrook has a varied collection of some of the most rare and endangered species to be found in the world.

Cheshire Oaks Designer Outlet, South Wirral - 24 Miles away*

Retail therapy lovers with an eye for designer labels will adore this outlet. With up to 60% discount on lots of collections there are savings to be made for every shopper. There are also lots of cafes and restaurants available when your tummy starts to rumble!

Blue Planet Aquarium , Ellesmere Port - 24.1 Miles away*

With one of the largest shark collections in Britain, Blue Planet provides all you need for a truly spectacular day out. From start to finish your visit will be one of discovery that will provide entertainment whatever your age.

Alton Towers, Alton - 25 Miles away*

At Alton Towers, you'll be spoilt for choice, there is so much to do: the water park, fabulous golf course and luxurious spa and at the theme park alone there's lots of rides, suitable for all ages as well as shows and costumed actors. (guide dogs welcome)

Rodbaston Visitor Animal Zone, Stafford - 26.2 Miles away*

Take a walk through the centre looking at all the animals. Try and spot the skunk, chat to the parrots and see the collection of exotic fish in the aquatic room.

Beeston Castle, Cheshire - 11.6 Miles away*

Boasting magnificent views across the Pennines, this castle is a dominant local landmark, steeped in history and legend. Long before this castle, which was built in the 13th century was founded; the site had been a Bronze Age settlement and an Iron Age hill fort. Local folklore says King Richard II’s lost treasure is actually hidden in the castle somewhere....spotting eyes on!

Ceramica, Burslem - 12.3 Miles away*

Ceramica revitalises the Old Town of Burslem into a unique visitor attraction, exploring the past and future of the pottery industry in Stoke on Trent.

Potteries Museum & Art Gallery, Stoke on Trent - 13 Miles away*

Drop-in activities for children every Tuesday to Friday during the school holidays. Have a go at making a mask, fridge magnet, a badge and much more. Also houses the world's greatest collection of Staffordshire ceramics.

The Anderton Boat Lift Story, Northwich - 18.5 Miles away*

A great fun, interactive place to visit in a pleasant setting. Learn the fascinating story behind the lift and the life stories of those who worked on it. Why not take a picnic and then enjoy a trip down the River Weaver on the Edwin Clark trip boat?

Stafford Castle , Stafford - 20.6 Miles away*

A great strategic site identified by the Normans was first utilised as a site for a castle in 1100 AD. The timber fortress was built by Robert of Stafford and has been a major local landmark for over 900 years.

The Ancient High House, Stafford - 20.8 Miles away*

Take a walk through time in the tallest timber-framed town house in England. Built in 1595, its period room settings reflect the fascinating history of the house.

Roman Tours, Chester - 21.1 Miles away*

Accompanied by your Roman guide; journey into the past on this delightful tour of Chester. Discover the fascinating history of this ancient city and the many secrets hidden well below the streets. Factual and fun, this tour is a truly unique way to learn about Chester’s long, intriguing past.

Arley Hall and Gardens, Cheshire - 21.9 Miles away*

A magnificent property with huge charm and character. The beautiful hall is a fine example of Victorian country living, whilst the spectacular gardens are thought of as some of the best in Britain. Admire the grand fireplaces, ceilings and stained glass of the Elizabethan style home and then venture through the grounds, which have been lovingly cultivated over the past 250 years by many generations.

Tatton Park Mansion, Knutsford - 22.7 Miles away*

A very impressive mansion, Tatton Park houses the permanent Maurice Egerton exhibition and a number of temporary collections portraying different aspects of Tatton Park throughout the years.

National Waterways Museum, Ellesmere Port, Cheshire - 25.7 Miles away*

Spend some time at the blacksmith's forge and then visit the pump house, stables and power hall. Visitors can learn how to build a boat and discover how the canal workers’ lives have changed over time along Porter’s Row. Take a boat trip along the canal and uncover the intriguing history of the Mersey and Manchester Ship Canal.

Blists Hill, Ironbridge - 26.4 Miles away*

Step back in time in the Victorian town. A completely unique museum where all the staff are in Victorian dress. See the Grocers, Bakery, Chemist and even exchange your money into shillings at the bank and purchase old fashioned sweets or traditional fish and chips. Have fun on fairground or trundle over the cobbles on a horse and cart.

Chillington Hall, Wolverhampton - 26.9 Miles away*

Chillington has been the home of the Giffards for more than 800 years. The present owner is the 29th Giffard to own the Hall. There has been a dwelling on the site since the Doomsday Book records in 1086, but over time the building has been replaced and modified until the grand spectacle of today is all that exists.

The Old Manor, Ashbourne - 28 Miles away*

A grand Elizabethan manor house joined to a 13th medieval hall. The hall, now called The Old Manor was owned by the Fitzherbert family and features some unusual architectural features, including 17th century Flemish glass alongside a medieval fireplace and a rare king post. During the Civil War, the house was badly damaged and fell into ruins soon after the death of Sir John Fitzherbert in 1649. After being rebuilt in 1680 it has been well preserved ever since and is now owned by the National Trust.

Lichfield Cathedral, Lichfield - 28.6 Miles away*

This is one of Britain's oldest places of Christian worship and the burial place of Anglo Saxon missionary, St Chad. Set in fantastic grounds, from which you can appreciate the spectacular architecture of this cathedral.

Anson Engine Museum , Macclesfield - 28.7 Miles away*

As featured on television, this multi award winning museum has lots to offer. Engine enthusiasts worldwide flock to view its fascinating displays.

Acton Burnell Castle, Shrewsbury - 29.2 Miles away*

Now ruined, this once fortified manor house was built between 1284 and 1293 by Robert Burnell, the Chancellor of England. He was said to be a good friend of King Edward I. This relationship meant that the castle had a very special purpose in British politics at this time. Legend has it that the first Parliament in which all the Commons were fully represented took place here in 1283.

Mud Max Karts, Wolverhampton - 14.9 Miles away*

Five two-seater, 250cc karts reaching speeds of 45mph are available, so you can see what a great driver your mate is. Double the passengers, double the fun.

Go Ape, Northwich - 17.2 Miles away*

A fun-packed action day out, with obstacle courses in the trees, rope bridges, wooden tunnels and some of the country’s best zip lines. Explore the forest canopy as you swing through the trees in this exciting adventure. An adrenalin fuelled, treetop trek with stunning views of Lake Linmere.

Tenpin Bowling, Stafford - 20.3 Miles away*

20 lanes of ten-pin-tastic foolery. Kids love bowling but it's fun for the whole family. Ramps are available for the young bowler, or for those who need a little extra help!

Frodsham Golf Course, Frodsham - 21.2 Miles away*

Host to both professional and amateur events, this 130 acre course in rural Cheshire is a wonderful venue for a game of golf. Featuring an excellent Club House, with restaurant and bar it is also a lovely place to relax.

Danebridge Fisheries, Cheshire - 21.7 Miles away*

A lovely spring-fed lake at just over 2 acres, situated in the River Dane Valley. At the heart of the Peek District this beautiful area is a perfect place to go fishing. The fish themselves are a wide variety of breeds, including Rainbow, Brown, Triploid and Blue.

Sutton Hall Golf Club, Runcorn - 22.3 Miles away*

A beautiful 72 par, 18 hole golf course in the superb setting of Sutton Hall. With magnificent views over the Weaver Valley and a relaxed and friendly atmosphere, the course is a pleasure to play all year round.

Alderley Edge Golf Course, Alderley Edge - 23.1 Miles away*

Don't underestimate this 9-hole course – not only is it very well worth playing, but it is also home to some of the most truly enjoyable challenges you will find anywhere.

Cannock Horse Trekking, Penkridge - 26.2 Miles away*

Cannock Chase Trekking is relaxed and friendly, offering a memorable and enjoyable trek through some of the most spectacular countryside in the UK. No experience required as training is available.

The Chase Golf Club, Penkridge - 26.5 Miles away*

An 18 hole attractive parkland course providing a challenging test for both average and low handicap golfers. Par 72 course offers golfers an enjoyable day with extensive views. There is also a driving range where you can brush up on your game.

Mold Golf Club, Mold - 29.5 Miles away*

Mold Golf Club boasts an 18 hole uplands course, offering extensive views of the Clwyd Hills, Cheshire and the Peak District. Facilities include a practice ground, putting green and club house.

Springhill Farm, Oswestry, Shropshire - 29.5 Miles away*

Springhill Farm are riding stables located set in a stunning location. They offer treks and hacks for all ages and abilities, and also cycle hire and archers for those not wanting to ride.

Freeport talke Shopping, Stoke on Trent - 10.3 Miles away*

Ideally situated on the Cheshire/Staffordshire border, the centre houses over 35 outlets and there are regular live events and entertainment held in its unique hall as well.

Tarporley, Tarporley - 11.9 Miles away*

Enjoy some great shopping, mixing antiques, high street fashion and curiosities. Explore the many tasty places to eat and seek out nearby attractions such as castles, markets, golfing, horse riding, fishing and arts and crafts centres.

Burslem Town, Burslem - 12.3 Miles away*

Few heritage towns can boast such a wealth of interesting sites and buildings concentrated in such a small area as Burslem Town centre. Many buildings date from the 18th and 19th centuries.

Blakemere Craft Centre , Northwich - 16.1 Miles away*

Indulge yourself in a little retail therapy at this lovely craft centre. Explore over 30 shops in a charming setting, selling everything from handmade chocolates to fine art. Admire craftsmen plying their trade in and amongst the little shops, visit the Tropical Garden Centre and the Aquatic and Falconry centre, before having a bite to eat at the great restaurant.

Foxfield Railway, Stoke on Trent - 17.8 Miles away*

Relax and experience the nostalgia of this unique heritage railway, winding you gently on a 5.5 mile round steam journey over ever changing gradients and through beautiful picturesque North Staffordshire countryside.

Acton Bridge Village, Northwich - 19.4 Miles away*

Located on a picturesque section of the River Weaver and close to the Trent and Mersey canal, the village is ideally placed for canal boating in and around Cheshire.

Churnet Valley Railways, Cheddleton - 19.5 Miles away*

An afternoon on a steam train is always a great idea for a family day out in Staffordshire – especially if the kids are completely hooked on our good friend Thomas the Tank Engine. (Recommended that wheelchair users board the train at Kingsley & Froghall Station as it has a higher platform)

Leek Town, Leek - 20.4 Miles away*

Nestling amongst the stunning scenery of the Peak District, Leek is a historic market town with a reputation for unusual shops, antiques and good food.

Stafford Town, Stafford - 20.6 Miles away*

For centuries, travellers by stagecoach and narrow boat have broken their journeys to enjoy all that Stafford has to offer.

Chester , Chester - 21.1 Miles away*

Shopping, rolling countryside, racecourse and of course the zoo are just a handful of attractions available in Chester. There are also many pubs and restaurants and beautiful gardens. So take a trip to Chester, you will not be disappointed.

The Place, Oakengates Theatre, Telford - 21.6 Miles away*

Drama, comedy shows, musicals and entertainments. Check the website for an up to date listing of forthcoming events.

Frodsham, Frodsham - 22.1 Miles away*

Boasting a fascinating medieval history, the town offers a huge variety of pubs, restaurants, bars and take-aways as well as some lovely shops in the centre. Within the local church, St.Laurence’s, evidence still remains of a 12th century structure; a listing for which can be found in the Doomsday Book.

Amerton Railway , Stowe by Chartley - 22.9 Miles away*

The Amerton Railway is a 2ft gauge line, set in the rolling Staffordshire countryside, and located at the very popular Amerton Working Farm.

The Parade Shopping Centre, Shrewsbury - 23.4 Miles away*

Shopping centre with a difference, 30 unique shops in a Grade II listed Greek Renaissance style building in the heart of Shrewsbury.

Cheshire Oaks Designer Outlet , Ellesmere Port, South Wirral - 24 Miles away*

Hit the shops in the UK’s largest designer outlet village. With a large variety of shops to browse and some great deals to snatch, this is the perfect shopping centre for those wishing to indulge in a little retail therapy.

Catalyst Science Museum, Widnes - 25.9 Miles away*

A great interactive museum which aims to make science more fun and accessible. Learn about science in the past, present and future in this fascinating educational attraction. Admire the view from the rooftop observatory and solve the mystery at the ‘Catalyst Crime Scene.’ Suitable for all ages and great fun for kids, get involved at Catalyst.

Golden Square Shopping Centre, Warrington - 26.8 Miles away*

The all new Golden Square Shopping Centre – look no further for the latest hotspot in high street chic!

Cinebowl, Uttoxeter - 27.3 Miles away*

A cinema with 8 lanes of bowling fun attached – a great idea for a day out with the family or for a rainy afternoon. All the latest films, check website for up to date listings.

Royal International Pavilion, Llangollen - 28.6 Miles away*

Dance, opera, world music, comedy, food and drink - you can enjoy all of these and more at the Royal International Pavilion in Llangollen, North Wales. This is a venue for theatre as well as exhibitions and concerts.

Buxton Opera House, Buxton - 29.4 Miles away*

Recently restored to its former glory, The Buxton Opera House is well worth a visit for the fantastic auditorium and ceiling paintings alone. It also hosts a varied programme of events including musical concerts.

Mold , Mold - 29.5 Miles away*

Visitors can take the Mold Town Trail or the Flintshire Leisure Drive and discover stately homes, ancient monuments and stunning rural scenery. Alternatively, visitors can spend the day shopping or watching a film at the Clwyd Theatr Cymru. The town of Mold is only 3 miles away from The Clwydian Range, a designated Area Of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB).

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