Links to FREE events on topics from inclusion, self-help, to poetry and art, curated and updated regularly!

Due to the fact that we do not host these free events, we ask that you contact the event organisers directly for any questions regarding tickets or accessibility.

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  • A woman in a red faux fur coat and red top beneath with the words

    House of Colour: The Autumn / Winter Fashion Update 2022, the trends to embrace this season

    Monday, 3rd October 2022

    7:00 PM – 8:30 PM BST

    Need some Autumn / Winter inspiration to lift your mood and your look? Do you know which styles will suit you this season?

    Ddiscover:

    - the Top seasonal Trends for

    - Dressing for body shape

    - Key investment purchases

    - Staying warm and stylish

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  • The Business Inclusive Networking Logo

    BSL Business Inclusive with Zoco Networking SOUTH WEST

    Tuesday, 4th October 2022

    11:00 AM – 12:00 PM BST

    Welcome to Business Inclusive, monthly business networking open to all. Each month we meet online for business networking, similar to many other networking groups, except this group has BSL interpreters for those who are deaf or hard of hearing.

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  • Royal Collection Trust Logo in red font with an emblem of a lion standing on a crown to the left

    Royal Collection Trust: Descriptive Zoom Talks for Blind & Partially-Sighted People

    Tuesday, 4th October 2022

    2:00 PM – 3:00 PM BST

    Join a descriptive talk, via Zoom, on the first Tuesday of every month. These sessions for blind and partially-sighted people, will include a detailed description of a photo, picture or work of art from the Royal Collection and then a short talk giving more context and history on the object.

    Topics for 2022 include Buckingham Palace, the Japan: Courts and Culture exhibition and Frogmore House.

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    Dementia Adventure: FAMILY CARER EVENT: Understanding Dementia Better

    Tuesday, 4th October 022

    6:00 PM – 7:30 PM BST

    Practical guidance sessions for anyone that is caring for or supporting someone living with dementia.

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  • A white woman with a ponytail stretches her arms upwards. The woman wears a pale pink t-shirt and sits in her wheelchair with a blue safety belt. The words

    WheelPower: Online Yoga Class with Nina Boswell-Brown

    Wednesday, 5th October 2022

    11:00 AM –12:00 PM BST

    Join WheelPower and Nina every Wednesday morning at 11am to experience a FREE Online Yoga Class from the comfort of your homes.

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  • A woman with short hair, pink t-short and black leggings shows various exercises with a chair

    Possability People: Steady & Strong: Gentle Exercise Class

    Wednesday, 5th October 2022

    1:00 PM –2:00 PM BST

    Steady & Strong is a gentle exercise class that combines both chair based and standing exercises to build strength and improve balance

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  • Great Britain Disability Boxing's logo is visible. The shield has a blue, white, and red background with silhouettes of two wheelchair boxers.

    GBDB Wheelchair Workouts

    Wednesday, 5th October 2022

    5:30 PM –6:30 PM BST

    An accessible seated fitness program from the comfort of your own home, and suitable for most people unable to participate in boxing from a standing position.

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  • A person in running shorts sitting in a park stretching

    Leeds LGBT+ Community Consortium: LGBTQ+ Joyful Movement Via Zoom

    Wednesday, 5th October 2022

    6:00 PM – 7:00 PM BST

    Join us for a class that focuses on building the strength of body and mind. Expect classic but accessible yoga postures to ease tension, combined with balances suitable for all strengths and flexibilities helping you focus your mind and have a bit of a giggle. No fancy transitions, no need to feel strong or flexible. All you need is a willingness to move in new ways without judgment of yourself or others. You will hopefully leave feeling a few inches taller and with a happier heart. The class will end with an energising dry bath to cleanse you of any negative vibes and help you step up your energy levels.

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  • A small child with a pink striped apron playing with dough on a baking tray

    Bristol, N Somerset and S Glos Parent Carer Forums: Autism And Eating Difficulties.

    Wednesday, 5th October 2022

    7:30 PM – 9:00 PM BST

    Do you have a child currently awaiting an autism assessment? Are you based in Bristol, North Somerset or South Glos? For this project, the BNSSG Parent Carer Forums have joined together to provide and host a range of online information sessions and face-to-face workshops.

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  • A beautiful black woman with purple bow in her braided red and black hair. A blue sky and white clouds are visible behind her.

    Suya Soul with music by TolumiDE

    Wednesday, 5th October 2022

    10:00 PM BST

    Join TolumiDE for her Suya Soul Sundays! featuring songs by Afropop singer-songwriter artist TolumiDE

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  • An animation of a group of people talking, one has a guide dog

    Heart of the City: An introduction to accessibility & inclusion for SMEs and small businesses

    Thursday, 6th October 2022

    12:30 PM – 1:15 PM BST

    33% of working aged professionals are experiencing chronic illness, disability, and neurodiversity so there is huge potential for enterprising and innovative businesses to do more.

    This session will cover:

    • How to appeal to disabled talent

    • How to retain disabled employees

    • Quick inclusive marketing wins we can all make.

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  • RSA US EVENTS in black bold type on a turquoise and white background

    RSA US: NeuroArts: What we’ve lost: creativity and Covid-19

    Thursday, 6th October 2022

    6:00 PM - 7:00 PM BST

    Loss is a universal human experience that will affect all of us at some point in our lives. Unfortunately, Covid-19 taught many of us this hard truth. Doubly so for those working in the creative industries who experienced personal, financial and creative losses during the pandemic. So, what do we do when we are unable to channel our loss, trauma or grief into creative work? When creative outlets are no longer available to us or we experience a creative block?

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  • Vintage black and white photo of women waving out the windows of a train carriage

    The Wiener Holocaust Library: Photographs and Family History Research

    Thursday, 6th October 2022

    6:30 PM – 7:30 PM BST

    To coincide with our exhibition ‘There was a time…’: Jewish Family Photographs Before 1939’, join members of The Wiener Holocaust Library staff as they discuss the importance of photographs in family research.

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  • Three small grubs can be seen laying on a buttercup surrounded by lush green grass.

    Oxford Botanic Garden and Arboretum: 'Keeping up with the Plant Killers' a lecture by Professor Sophien Kamoun

    Thursday, 6th October 2022

    7:00 PM – 8:00 PM BST

    Oxford Botanic Garden's Autumn Science lectures are back! Prof Sophien Kamoun begins with his lecture, 'Keeping up with the Plant Killers'

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  • An image of the front of a Gothic architectural museum

    Hunterian Museum Glasgow: Weekly Talk with curators Andy and Mike

    Friday, 7th October 2022

    1:00 PM - 1:30 PM BST

    The Hunterian has been going through a process of Curating Discomfort, what does this mean in relation to two different collections, zoology and natural sciences and the world cultures collections? In conversation event with Dr Andy Mills (Curator of Archaeology and World Cultures) and Mike Rutherford (Curator of Zoology and Anatomy).

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  • An historic oil painting. A bearded man is central with 4 women surrounding him and dressing him

    SFU Continuing Studies: A Visual Feast: Images of Food and Dining in Western Art

    Friday, 7th October 2022

    7:00 PM BST

    Imagery of food and its consumption has inspired artists for centuries. Such images can be symbolic, suggesting themes of religion, morality, fertility or joyous celebration of life. Modern artists create images of food to comment consumerism, the environment and body image; some even taking food as their medium! We will look at masterpieces including Leonardo da Vinci’sLast Supper,Vincent Van Gogh’sPotato Eatersand Pop artworks by Roy Lichtenstein, Wayne Thiebaud and Andy Warhol. We will appraise provocative recent works such as Jana Sterbak’sVanitas Flesh Dressand Gina Beaver’s large scale oil paintings of edibles.

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  • A picture of a scary toy clown

    Romancing the Gothic: A History of Evil Dolls with Ingrid Butler

    Sunday, 9th October 2022

    10:00 PM – 11:00 PM BST

    From the iconic killer Chucky of the Child’s Play films (1988-present) to the adorably malevolent Angie of the Resident Evil 8 horror video game (2021), evil dolls haunt, terrify, fascinate, and even endear themselves to us. I’ll provide an overview of the evil doll phenomenon from its origins up to its recent iterations in horror fiction, weaving together cultural insights, fascinating historical tidbits, and even real-life dolls purported to be haunted (including Annabelle and Key West’s very own Robert the Doll). I’ll also delve into the literary scholarship to try to answer the age-old question of just why dolls, made in the image of the human, terrifies us so.

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  • A white man with sandy brown hair smiling, he wears a greay blazer with a white t-shirt and headphones

    Homechoir Folk & Gospel Music Mondays - free online choir, open to all!

    Monday, 10th October 2022

    2:00 PM – 2:30 PM BST

    Join Ben, the Internet's Choirmaster, and Homechoristers from around the world for a free session full of folk fun and stirring spirituals!

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  • The Criptic Arts logo is vertically positioned to the left of the image. Workshop for deaf and disabled creatives is in teal and white font.

    CRIPtic x Spread the Word - Writers' Salon for d/Deaf and disabled writers

    Monday, 10th October 2022

    5:30 PM –8:00 PM BST

    The Salon has a workshop run by Hannah Hodgson, followed by a reading and Q&A with Sahera Khan, and an opportunity for participants to take part in an open mic (five x five mins slots will be available ).The Salon is open to d/Deaf and disabled writers writing in any genre, new or more experienced and is hosted by Jamie Hale.

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  • An image of a cartoon globe that implies digital connectivity using tech tools.

    Ferpection: UX For Good: Webinar

    Tuesday, 11th October 2022

    11:30 AM - 12:30 PM BST

    Can you create powerful user experience that benefits our society at the same time?

    In this webinar we will discuss:

    - Accessibility, ethics and inclusivity in UX
    - Can a “for good” approach go hand-in-hand with your business goals?
    - Transforming concrete facts into fully actionable levers
    - Examples, practical cases and resources to dive deeper

    The webinar will be led by Thibault Geenen, co-founder of Ferpection.

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  • A middle-aged white man in a wheelchair is exercising in a red t-shirt and grey joggers.

    Wheelpower: Online Exercise Class with Ben Clark

    Tuesday, 11th October 2022

    11:00 AM –12:00 PM BST

    Join WheelPower and Ben every Tuesday morning at 11am to experience a FREE Online Exercise Class from the comfort of your homes.

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  • A bright orange pumpkin on a black background

    Appleton Museum of Art, College of Central Florida: Art 101 Online: Pumpkin Acrylic Painting

    Tuesday, 11th October 2022

    4:00 PM – 5:00 PM BST

    Join us on Zoom for this free, virtual adaptation of our popular Art 101 workshop series for adults. Follow along with the instructor step-by-step and create a spring acrylic painting; no experience necessary to participate.

    Materials list and Zoom session login details will be provided via email two weeks before the event.

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  • An image of the Mindspring Mental Health Alliance logo on a white background with black text. To the left of the logo is a rainbow-coloured arc

    Mindspring Mental Health Alliance: Understanding ADHD

    Tuesday, 11th October 2022

    6:00 PM – 7:00 PM BST

    Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) is more than hyperactive people and short attention spans. Explore the causation, symptoms, and treatment options for ADHD and gain practical tips for managing symptoms and supporting loved ones with a licensed therapist.

    Fine print: Certificates of attendance are provided at no cost. CEUs are not provided. Everyone who registers will receive the webinar recording & resource info 24 hours after the live event.

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  • All4Inclusion Disability Wellness Networking

    Tuesday, 11th October 2022

    7:00 PM - 8:00 PM BST

    Designed for people with disabilities, people caring for people with disabilities or people offering services to people with disabilities. A place to help discuss your needs with people in a similar situations to yourself, share tips and offer advice.

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  • A close up of hands planting a seedling

    My Smart Garden Australia: Healthy soils for productive gardens

    Wednesday, 12th October 2022

    8:00 AM – 9:30 AM BST

    Learn how important soil health is for a productive garden and how you can improve any soil type

    Please note that this is an event for City of Moreland / Melbourne gardeners only.

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  • A black woman, east asian man and white woman with the AIT logo

    Association of Interpreters and Translators (AIT): Modern Slavery & Human Trafficking

    Wednesday, 12th October 2022

    10:00 AM – 12:00 PM BST

    Bob Fortt joined Essex Police in 2008 as a civilian member of staff and has worked in various roles. He started his current role as the Essex Police Prevent & Protect Modern Slavery & Human Trafficking Coordinator in April 2021.

    The talk will include the following:

    Overview of Modern Slavery & Human Trafficking

    Types of exploitation

    The National Referral Mechanism

    Spotting the signs of exploitation

    How to report any concerns of the above

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  • Great Britain Disability Boxing's logo is visible. The shield has a blue, white, and red background with silhouettes of two wheelchair boxers.

    GBDB: Wheelchair Workouts

    Wednesday, 12th October 2022

    5:30 PM –6:30 PM BST

    An accessible seated fitness program from the comfort of your own home, and suitable for most people unable to participate in boxing from a standing position.

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  • Gnocchi balls on a chopping board surrounded by an array of cooking ingredients

    Utah State University Extension: Free Diabetes Cook Along Classes

    Wednesday, 12th October 2022

    6:00 PM BST

    During this cook-along you will learn how to make gnocchi from scratch, and cook it two different ways.

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  • A young white woman with her arms outstretched while exercising in her wheelchair. She has long dark hair wept into a high ponytail and a pink sports tshirt.

    Wheelpower: Online Exercise Class with Ella Archer

    Thursday, 13th October 2022

    6:00 PM - 7:00 PM BST

    Instructor Ella Archer will be taking you through a short 40 minute workout aimed at keeping you fit and active. No experience is necessary, and everyone is welcome. Members of your household can join in too!

    This Exercise Class was featured on the BBC One Show (May 2021)

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  • An illustrated pair of lips with rainbow coloured stripes

    Speak the Word: online poetry writing workshop

    Saturday, 15th October 2022

    6:00 PM – 7:30 PM BST

    Poetry and spoken word writing workshops open to people of all abilities.

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  • A colourful dish of rice and okra with red peppers

    Atlantic Institute: Cuisines of Different Cultures-Okra & Tomato Pilau with Natalie Copeland

    Saturday, 15th October 2022

    7:00 PM – 8:30 PM BST

    These monthly demonstrations will seek to find the greatest flavors and scents from all your favorite cultural cuisines and maybe some you’ve never tried before. These demonstrations are free and will begin soon, so don't forget to sign up. All of them will be done virtually on a Saturday at 2pm.

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  • A middle-aged white man in a wheelchair is exercising in a red t-shirt and grey joggers.

    WheelPower: Online Exercise Class with Ben Clark

    Tuesday, 18th October 2022

    11:00 AM –12:00 PM BST

    Join WheelPower and Ben every Tuesday morning at 11am to experience a FREE Online Exercise Class from the comfort of your homes.

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    RSC Central Yorkshire Section: Charles Sell: "The Craft of Perfumery - a History"

    Wednesday, 19th October 2022

    7:00 PM – 8:30 PM BST

    Charles Sell is a well-respected author and perfumery expert.  Amongst many publications, he authored "Perfume in the Bible" (RSC Publishing) for which there is a link under "Further Event Details".  He is able to combine his scientific knowledge with his skills with non-scientists.  About our event in Ocober, he says "Creation of an aesthetically pleasing perfume is a work of art.  However, science and technology play an important role in providing the materials and methods for perfumers.  This talk will review the major advances in science and technology that have changed the way the perfumery industry has grown and developed over the last two millennia from its ancient origins to the present day."

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  • A black and white image of Professor Hakim Adi

    Durham University BHM Organisers: DU Black History Month Keynote Event 2022

    Monday, 19th October 2022

    7:00 PM – 8:30 PM BST

    Organised by the University's BAME Network and Equality, Diversity and Inclusion Unit, our keynote event will feature Prof Hakim Adi, who will speak about our Black History Month theme for 2022, Time for Change: Action Not Words.

    The event will include a Q&A with the audience to be chaired by Dr Jonathan Saha (BAME Network Co-Chair).

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  • A black woman sits in a green kitchen and hugs her young child

    WEX: Connecting Fashion & Culture with British Vogue

    Thursday, 20th October 2022

    4:00 PM - 4:10 PM BST

    Silvana Trevale and Daniela Benhaimcame together with British Vogue to explore the Latinx community within the Seven Sisters, London. Silvana is an world-renowned photographer specialising in community and documentary, whilst Daniela is a talented fashion stylist and creative director based in London. Together, they have created a power photographic series described as a love letter to the heart of London's Latinx community.The project is called Pueblito Paisa.

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  • In a darkened building, two animated characters read books under the light of candles

    Powys Libraries: Dungeons & Dragons - Candlekeep Mysteries!

    Sunday, 23rd October 2022

    1:00 PM – 5:00 PM BST

    This online event is suitable for all who are interested. Our current adventure in the series is Level 6, called 'Book of Cylinders'.

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  • The prism logo is in the trans pride colours of pink, blue white and red

    Prism Services USA: Transgender Inclusion 101: The Basics

    Tuesday, 25th October 2022

    9:00 PM BST

    This free session will focus on developing skills to welcome and support trans and other gender diverse individuals in healthcare settings.

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    Arts & Homelessness monthly conversations

    Wednesday, 26th October 2022

    10:00 AM – 11:00 AM BST

    We discuss ideas and projects that use the arts to bring positive change to people who are or have been homeless.

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  • A cartoon of a witch, werewolf, swamp monster, mummy and Dracula crowding around watching Frankenstein draw a picture on a piece of paper

    Norfolk Public Library: Let’s Draw Monsters!

    Saturday, 29th October 2022

    5:00 PM BST

    In celebration of Halloween, NPL invites you to learn how to draw monsters with Rick Stromoski Illustration, who is a member of the Society of Illustrators and The National Cartoonists Society. To participate please click on the link below.

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  • Austism Info and Advice Service Logo - a lightbulb but the bulb looks like a globe. The words Austism, In It Together surround the bulb

    Autism Information and Advice: Parent Carer Autism Workshop

    Monday, 31st October 2022

    10:00 AM – 12:00 PM BST

    Every month we will host a 2 hour session, comprising of a 2 hour skills building course and peer support opportunity delivered by Autism Information and Advice’s trained staff.

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  • SIC in white text on an orange background

    SIC: Disability Think Tank

    Monday, 31st October 2022

    12:00 PM – 1:00 PM BST

    A space for the UK's disabled community, and its allies, to discuss access, inclusion, careers and the workplace.

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  • An historic dark oil painting of a woman in white nightdress laying down with an ogre sitting on her chest. A black horses head can be seen looming in the dark background

    Show Lane Library: Historical Discussion Group: Macabre Art

    Monday, 31st October 2022

    1:00 PM – 2:00 PM BST

    Join us for Shoe Lane Library's monthly Historical Discussion Group, where this month we'll be observing and discussing macabre themes in paintings and artworks to celebrate Halloween.

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  • A woman lays on a stage floor, pages strewn around her. In the background a woman watches

    Instituto Cervantes Leeds: Conversation with La Ribot

    Monday, 31st October 2022

    4:00 PM – 5:30 PM BST

    The Argentinian specialist in theatre, researcher and lecturer María Bastianes(Complutense University of Madrid, University of Leeds) will be in conversation with María José Ribot, better known as La Ribot, Spanish choreographer, dancer, visual artist and producer. Throughout her career, La Ribot has been distinguished with some of the main dance and performance awards in recognition of her work, such as the National Dance Award from the Ministry of Education and Culture of Spain, in the year 2000; the Gold Medal for the Merit in Fine Arts in Spain, in 2015; and in 2020, the Golden Lion of the Venice Dance Biennale, among others.

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    Parable Dance - Network For Emerging Inclusive Dancers (NEID) - November 2022 meeting

    Tuesday, 29th November 2022

    4:00 PM - 5:00 PM BST

    Are you interested in inclusive dance but not sure where to start? Do you need support and signposting to opportunities? Do you want to connect with others interested in this area of work? Join the Network for Emerging Inclusive Dancers (NEID).

    It is FREE to join, and many events include a presentation from an established inclusive dance artist from around the UK as well as sharing of up to date opportunities within inclusive dance around the UK.

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    CRIPtic x Spread the Word - Writers' Salon for deaf and disabled writers

    Monday, 12th December 2022

    5:30 PM PM GMT

    The Salon aims to support and promote underrepresented writers and be an inclusive space where d/Deaf and disabled writers can be part of a community, learn, have fun and share their work.

    The Salon has a workshop followed by a reading with Khairani Barokka, and an opportunity for participants to take part in an open mic (five x five mins slots will be available ).

    The Salon is open to deaf and disabled writers writing in any genre, new or more experienced and is hosted by Jamie Hale.

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