Top management standard award for law firm

Worcester News: Barbara Marsh and Caroline Irvine with Harrison Clark Rickerby's Lexcel award

4:26pm Thursday 24th April 2014

LAW firm Harrison Clark Rickerbys has been awarded the Law Society's international practice management standard Lexcel, for another three years, which endorses its commitment to client care and best practice. Lexcel is only awarded to solicitors which meet the highest levels of management and customer care and accredited practices undergo rigorous independent assessments every year to ensure they meet required standards of excellence in areas such as client care, case management and risk management.

Goodflex leads the way to cleaner cars

Worcester News: Goodflex managing director Mark Dufty

12:01pm Thursday 24th April 2014

A WORCESTERSHIRE manufacturer is helping to develop new and cleaner engines for the UK automotive industry. Goodflex of Honeybourne, near Evesham is producing hose components for engines that have to meet strict emission rules brought in by the European Commission at the start of the year. The regulations mean engines are now running at higher temperatures and higher pressures.

Goodflex leads the way to cleaner cars

Worcester News: Goodflex managing director Mark Dufty

12:01pm Thursday 24th April 2014

A WORCESTERSHIRE manufacturer is helping to develop new and cleaner engines for the UK automotive industry. Goodflex of Honeybourne, near Evesham is producing hose components for engines that have to meet strict emission rules brought in by the European Commission at the start of the year. The regulations mean engines are now running at higher temperatures and higher pressures.

Economic recovery sparks increase in work for Evesham electrical contractors

Worcester News: The Buzz Electrical team preparing to buzz.

11:36am Thursday 24th April 2014

BUSINESS is certainly buzzing for Evesham contractors Buzz Electrical. Set up by local electrician Steve Owens 15 years ago, the firm from Cornmill Road now has a 21 strong workforce and has carved a niche on restoration as well as cutting edge projects. Obviously getting on the right side of the Almighty, it has earned a reputation after working on a large number of churches across the county, including All Saints in Evesham and St Andrews in Pershore, as well as currently being half way through a 12 month re-wire of Worcester Diocese headquarters at the Old Palace in Deansway, Worcester.

Recruitment firm responds to surge in temporary worker jobs

Worcester News: Dave Alekna, Rachel Rees-Jones and Claire Penzer from eResponse Recruitment’s payroll team

10:32am Thursday 24th April 2014

THE growing economy has brought a surge in the number of temporary jobs and one recruitment agency is expanding its team of experts to cope. Payroll specialist Rachel Rees-Jones has joined employment and training provider eResponse Recruitment as payroll co-ordinator to help support rising numbers of new workers the firm is placing into businesses across Worcestershire.

Sunny days again for Holiday Inn hotel

2:27pm Wednesday 23rd April 2014

THE four star, 110-bedroom Holiday Inn Bromsgrove has been acquired out of administration by Kew Green Hotels. Previous owner Pedersen (Bromsgrove) Ltd collapsed in October last year as part of a multi-failure in the Pedersen group, whose affected hotels were described at the time as "well run and generating profits unable to service the level of debt finance owed".

Worcester Bosch wins top training award

Worcester News: HOT STUFF: Allan Ovington (centre) with the current group of Worcester Bosch Group gas apprentices at the Advanced Technology Campus in Brierley Hill.

2:09pm Wednesday 23rd April 2014

AWARD winning central heating giant Worcester Bosch Group has been recognised for its commitment to staff training and apprenticeships. The boiler company from Cotswold Way has been presented with a Champions for Apprentices’ training award at Birmingham Metropolitan College's Employer STAR Awards. The event at the college campus in Birmingham city centre recognised a range of businesses for their commitment to developing staff and celebrating the contribution they make to training their employees.

National Accident to float on AIM

10:27am Wednesday 23rd April 2014

NATIONAL Accident Helpline, which has its headquarters at Kidderminster, is to float on AIM, the London Stock Exchange’s international market for smaller growing companies. Its chief executive Russell Atkinson said the business will offer an "attractive yield" for investors and the move, which is expected to take place in May, came at a "natural time" in its development.

New chartered accountant made of the "Wright stuff"

Worcester News: NEWLY QUALIFIED: Andrew Wright

9:42am Wednesday 23rd April 2014

ANDREW Wright of CB, Chartered Accountants has shown he's the "Wright stuff " by successfully qualifying as a chartered certified accountant. Mr Wright, who lives in Redditch, was a graduate trainee in the firm’s Worcester office and is the latest in a long line of students who have qualified with training provided by CB and has now joined the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants.

Commercial property specialists join county law firm

Worcester News: mfg's commercial lawyers Samantha Paxton, Sarah Astbury and Janet Humphries

3:53pm Tuesday 22nd April 2014

LAW firm mfg Solicitors has bolstered its commercial division with two specialist appointments. Commercial property expert Samantha Paxton has joined as an associate from Birmingham firm Eversheds with fellow associate Janet Humphries, a corporate specialist with a reputation for leading complex investment transactions, moving to mfg from Worcestershire firm Thursfields.

Queen's Award for Worcester technology company founder

Worcester News: Guy Mucklow of Postcode Anywhere presents a trophy to winning company Sparks at the Young Enterprise Awards

8:53am Monday 21st April 2014

GUY Mucklow, founder of Worcester technology company Postcode Anywhere, has received a Queen’s Award for Enterprise Promotion for his voluntary work in promoting enterprise in Worcestershire and beyond. Mr Mucklow set up the company, which last year moved from Hallow to new headquarters in the Diglis area of the city, more than a decade ago with technical director Jamie Turner and has seen it grow to provide its internet based services to more than 8,000 organisations worldwide.

New business networking hub under starters orders at Worcester Racecourse

Worcester News: Networking hub chairman Chris Hulme with Worcester's MP Robin Walker and networking guests Gemma Robinson and Laura Gurney

3:12pm Friday 18th April 2014

MORE than 40 business people attended the first meeting in Worcester of the Worcestershire Networking Business Hub, which has been formed to improve business communication across the county. Held at Worcester Racecourse, the Hub was given an official send-off by Worcester's MP Robin Walker, who was guest speaker.

Volunteers on track for jobs at Severn Valley Railway

Worcester News: Volunteer fireman Ryan Green cleaning locomotive No. 4566

12:44pm Friday 18th April 2014

IT'S full steam ahead at Severn Valley Railway after more than 100 people registered their interest in volunteering at the heritage attraction during a job fair. The Railway hosted a volunteer job fair at Kidderminster Station to coincide with its members and shareholders weekend. Jobs on offer included train crew, booking offices, footplate/motive power department, SVR charitable trust, carriage and wagon and station staff.

Robin Walker backs campaign to mentor promising students

11:30am Friday 18th April 2014

ROBIN Walker has thrown his weight behind a Government initiative for business leaders to mentor promising students in their fledgling careers. The Worcester MP, who campaigns on education and skills as a former businessman, is backing the announcement by skills and enterprise minister Matthew Hancock, that under new guidance for schools, pupils will be inspired and mentored by employers and business leaders to pursue ambitious careers.

New corporate member for Wildlife Trust

Worcester News: Paul Husband (marketing and sales director, Controlaccount), Delia Shannon (business development officer, Worcestershire Wildlife Trust) and Graham Ball (founder and chairman, Controlaccount).

10:13am Friday 18th April 2014

A CREDIT management and debt recovery company has become the latest corporate member of Worcestershire Wildlife Trust. Controlaccount of Hanbury Road, Bromsgrove, has joined as a bronze member of the Trust’s corporate membership scheme.

Cleo's a star at Skipton

Worcester News: Top customer adviser Cleo Welsh

1:04pm Thursday 17th April 2014

BUILDING great relationships with her customers has led to Cleo Welsh being named customer adviser of the year at Skipton Building Society’s annual Star Awards. Miss Walsh, who works in the Worcester branch on The Cross, lives in Pershore and has worked for the society for almost four years.

Business leaders welcome inflation drop

12:49pm Thursday 17th April 2014

BUSINESS leaders have welcomed the announcement by the Office for National Statistics that inflation continues its downward trend and has fallen to 1.6 per cent from 1.7 per cent in February.

Bill Wiggin's bid to cut agricultural accidents

11:02am Thursday 17th April 2014

BILL Wiggin has launched a campaign to prevent needless deaths in the countryside. The MP for North Herefordshire presented a 10 Minute Rule Bill in Parliament calling for better recording of agricultural accidents. Since he became an MP in 2001, two of Mr Wiggin’s constituents have been killed in accidents with cattle.

Passenger numbers at Birmingham Airport take off.

9:44am Thursday 17th April 2014

BIRMINGHAM Airport handled more than 600,000 passengers during March, a 4.5 per cent increase compared to the same period last year and a positive end to the winter flying season. Latest figures show 654,683 travellers passed through the airport in March, a month which also saw a 13 per cent increase in passengers flying on long-haul services from Birmingham. Scheduled routes that showed the biggest increase last month include Gibraltar (+182.1 per cent), Fuerteventura (+95 per cent), Stuttgart (+78.6 per cent) and Arrecife (+75.3 per cent). Charter services to Turkey (+273.6 per cent) and Barbados (+83 per cent) also experienced significant growth.

Motor sport parts company accelerates fast in export sales

Worcester News: Louise Harker, managing director of Pro-Bolt

2:15pm Wednesday 16th April 2014

AS the 2014 Superbike and Moto GP season gets under way, businesswoman Louisa Harker is celebrating getting into the fast lane with her export sales and now needs more staff. Mrs Harker, who lives at Naunton Beauchamp, near Pershore, is managing director of specialist motorbike industry supplier Pro-Bolt, which provides high quality titanium, aluminium and stainless steel bolts and fasteners to the majority of the British, World Superbike and Moto GP teams.

Rooftop residents get help to find jobs

12:28pm Wednesday 16th April 2014

TO help its residents find employment, Evesham-based Rooftop Housing Group has partnered with the UK’s most powerful online jobseeker’s toolkit, MyWorkSearch. The deal means Rooftop residents can now gain free access to the MyWorkSearch web portal, which offers online training, advice and support designed for those looking for a job. It provides everything needed to help people find employment opportunities faster and improve their job hunting skills.

Droitwich care home among the best in the West Midlands

Worcester News: Staff and residents at Newland Hurst celebrate the care home's award

12:07pm Wednesday 16th April 2014

A CARE home near Droitwich has been rated among the top recommended care homes in the West Midlands. Newland Hurst in Newland Lane came second out of 1,830 homes in the area and has received an award from online directory and industry website carehome.co.uk .The award was based on the home’s online recommendations from its residents plus friends and relatives of residents.

Keeping the lid on politicians' hot air. Worcester company monitors safety of Parliament's roof

Worcester News: Robin Walker with Paul  Sanders of Caption Data

10:31am Wednesday 16th April 2014

A WORCESTER company is playing a vital role in making sure the nation's politicians stay safe and dry. Caption Data Limited of Gresley Road has won a contract from the House of Commons to fit its sensor monitoring equipment in the roof of Parliament’s historic Westminster Hall. The building, which is the oldest part of the Palace of Westminster, dates back to the time of William II, son of William the Conqueror, and contains roof beams from the time of Richard II. The firm's monitoring systems allow it to measure moisture in timbers without damaging them and are being used as part of the conservation process in the century’s old building.

New charity furniture shop opens

4:08pm Tuesday 15th April 2014

CARE centre Primrose Hospice is seeing business bloom after opening a new fund-raising facility. The Bromsgrove-based charity recently launched a furniture shop and donation centre to help with its cash flow.

Christine on the road to becoming top female freight driver

Worcester News: Top driver Christine Saunders

1:14pm Tuesday 15th April 2014

A WORCESTERSHIRE woman is in line to become the top female transport driver in the UK. Christine Saunders from Kidderminster has reached the final three in the driver of the year category in the Freight Transport Association's everywoman in transport and logistics awards. The winner is due to be announced at The Savoy in London on May 13.

Preparations begin for major Malvern gardening event

Worcester News: Work starts on the  Villaggio Verde show garden for RHS Malvern Spring Festival

10:36am Tuesday 15th April 2014

THE flatbed trucks and landscape gardeners' lorries have rolled on to the Three Counties Showground at Malvern as preparations begin for the first major outdoor horticultural event of 2014. Building of the record number of show gardens has begun ready for the re-named RHS Malvern Spring Festival, formerly Malvern Spring Gardening Show, which runs from May 9-12. With more show gardens than ever before, visitors will be treated to an abundance of beautifully designed spaces and perfect planting schemes.

LEPs unite for transport vision across the West Midlands

3:10pm Monday 14th April 2014

WORCESTERSHIRE Local Enterprise Partnership has joined five other LEPs in the West Midlands to present a unified vision for transport investment across the region. A joint statement identifies steps such as investment in the road and rail network, improving links to HS2 and developing freight activity at Birmingham Airport. It has been prepared alongside the strategic economic plans submitted to the government last week by each of the LEPs.

New owners of watersports centre aiming to create a splash

Worcester News: Don't step back: Michael Howard, procurement manager, Worcestershire County Council, Mark Spence and Craig Spence, Aztec Watersports and Councillor Liz Eyre, cabinet member for Worcestershire County Council.

2:42pm Monday 14th April 2014

A PRIVATE company run by two brothers from Pershore has taken over the outdoor education centre at Upton Warren, near Droitwich from Worcestershire County Council. A 20 acre lake alongside the A38 road offers a range of high quality water sports instruction in canoeing, kayaking, sailing, windsurfing and improvised rafting, while the remainder of the 40 acre site provides a number of land based activities such as climbing, ropes course, high poles course, a tunnel complex, team building challenges, camping, archery and a nature reserve. The centre has been officially handed over to Aztec Watersports, which is based in the village of Lower Moor and run by Craig and Mark Spence.

Legal aid changes a concern in children cases

Worcester News: Family law specialist Hollie Styles

1:52pm Monday 14th April 2014

RECENT changes to the Legal Aid system are causing concern in cases involving children. In the last ten months only eight cases for funding were granted from 617 applications in exceptional need cases.

Students get shock (a nice one) from Electric Club.

Worcester News: Matt Harwood of Worcester College of Technology (left) shaking hands with Electric Club chairman Keith Goddard.  On the right is Ben Lloyd from Routeco.

1:46pm Monday 14th April 2014

ENGINEERING students at Worcester College of Technology have been given a boost by a donation from Worcester Electric Club, which is switching off after 66 years. Formed in 1947, the club has now decided to close down and give its remaining funds to the next generation of engineers. The College, with the support of supplier Routeco, was able to buy programmable logic controller equipment, which will mean students are able to practice their trade with equipment found in the industry.

Employees beware of new ACAS scheme, employment expert warns.

Worcester News: Helen Moore of Quality  Solicitors Gordon Lutton

1:11pm Monday 14th April 2014

EMPLOYEES looking to use the new ACAS pre-claim conciliation service need to be careful, a Worcester employment expert has warned. Helen Moore of Quality Solicitors Gordon Lutton said that although the scheme appears sensible there could be problems.

It'll be a good year to grow businesses. Economic recovery provides the right conditions according the bank report.

11:35am Monday 14th April 2014

THIS year should mark a turning point for ambitious Worcestershire businesses, as they look to capitalise on the UK economic recovery to invest in growth, according to HSBC’s new Business of Growth report, which highlights the constant upwards revision of GDP growth over the last 12 months, the UK economy’s outperformance of the Eurozone and a rise of business confidence as providing the perfect conditions for growth. It has identified Britain’s business growth potential for 2014 by incorporating analysis of 39 separate forecasts of GDP and investment, as well as the findings of four leading business barometers.

Ladies on top in first Worcestershire Law Society awards.

Worcester News: Winners at the first Worcestershire Law Society president's awards: (front ) Kirsty Gilmour,  Bill Stallard and Alexandra Phillips; (middle) Lesley Bartlett,  Anna Roby-Welford, Priya Tromans and Penny Raby; (rear) Iain Morrison.

11:13am Monday 14th April 2014

THE accolade of Worcestershire's first ever "solicitor of the year" has gone to Lesley Bartlett, head of the family law team at HallmarkHulme, Worcester's oldest law firm, where she is also a partner. Her success was announced at Worcestershire Law Society’s inaugural president’s awards, held at the Chateau Impney Hotel, Droitwich and attended by the cream of the county’s legal industry.

New Government heating aid scheme won't work in Worcestershire say experts.

1:45pm Friday 11th April 2014

A NEW scheme announced by the Government to encourage rural home owners to switch to renewable heating systems is unlikely to benefit the 31,000 households across Herefordshire and Worcestershire who cannot use mains gas, because as renewables are still too costly and impractical to install, even under the new scheme, an industry body has claimed.

New digital partner for County Cricket Club

11:28am Friday 11th April 2014

WORCESTERSHIRE County Cricket Club has launched its new-look website http://www.WCCC.co.uk along with announcing a new official digital partner, Ventutec Ltd. The company of Queen Street, Worcester will now develop the website and is working on a number of other digital projects with the club.

Riding along on a push bike, honey - to raise money for the Air Ambulance

Worcester News: Getting ready to ride: Postcode Anywhere members Steve Roberts, Gemma Britton, Natalie Green, Ralph Ashby and Alex Schofield.

9:35am Friday 11th April 2014

IF you haven't cycled for some time, don't worry, the technique's still the same, one leg either side and press down on the pedals. But even if you're Bradley Wiggins incarnate, you should find something to suit at the fun/serious bike ride organised by Worcester technology company Postcode Anywhere on Saturday, May 31. Because the event to raise money for Midlands Air Ambulance covers rides of four, 15 or 50 miles depending on individual cycling ability.

South Worcestershire College students on track to win national competition

3:26pm Thursday 10th April 2014

A TEAM from South Worcestershire College, which has campuses in Malvern and Evesham has reached the finals of a national apprentices competition. The college been named as one of eight on the shortlist of the Brathay Apprentice Challenge 2014, having beaten all other entries from Central England during the regional heats. The Challenge attracted more than 100 teams from the country’s top apprenticeship employers, training providers and colleges and the final eight were announced at a House of Commons reception by Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg.

Law firm aids children's hospital wards

Worcester News: Caroline Irvine, head of Harrison Clark Rickerbys’ residential property team, and Angela Manganiello, area retail manager of Daisychain Benevolent Fund

1:51pm Thursday 10th April 2014

STAFF at law firm Harrison Clark Rickerbys, which has its headquarters in Deansway, Worcester, have been donating items of clothing in support of the Daisychain Benevolent Fund Trust. The not-for-profit organisation, which has recently celebrated its tenth anniversary, funds projects in children’s hospital wards near its thirteen shops, including the Riverbank children's ward at Worcestershire Royal Hospital, as well as national charity The Teenage Cancer Trust, which helps support young adults living with cancer across the UK.

No white tie and tails, but a lot of fancy footwork for the Tuxedo Challenge Team

Worcester News: Ready for the challenge, from left to right,  Mark Ellis, Robin Mayo, Duncan Sutcliffe, Stacey Redman, Lisa Kemp, Michelle Chamberlain and Laura Gurney . Back row, Lauren Tunnicliffe, Lance Turner and Greg Turner

11:32am Thursday 10th April 2014

THEY might have to sweat a bit, but at least they'll look smart, because the group of Worcester business people who are taking on a series of tough challenges for charity have decided to call themselves the Tuxedo Challenge Team. The title is aimed to reflect the clothing worn during or after each challenge, with a total target of £15,000 to be split between St Richard’s Hospice and Acorns Children’s Hospice.

Wychavon brings a taste of Worcestershire to Westminster

Worcester News: A  chap dressed as an asparagus (Gus, the Asparagus man), West Worcestershire MP Harriet Baldwin and Fiona Roberts from Churchfields Ice Cream at the London launch of Grown in Wychavon

11:08am Thursday 10th April 2014

IT might have been a gloomy day for Maria Miller, who chose it to resign as culture secretary, but it was a sunny day in Westminster for businesses from South Worcestershire which gathered at the Houses of Parliament for the launch of the book Grow In Wychavon. West Worcestershire member Harriett Baldwin was just one of several MPs who mingled with some of the 52 businesses featured in the book and had travelled down for the launch. Its aim is to inspire young people and tomorrow’s entrepreneurs to consider Wychavon as the perfect place to set up a business.

Financial guru Dean one of the best on the net

Worcester News: Top IFA  Dean Clifford

10:18am Thursday 10th April 2014

DEAN Clifford, a Worcester- based independent financial adviser from Go IFA Ltd, has been voted one of the top rated independent financial advisers in the UK on the consumer ratings website VouchedFor. As a result of this success, Mr Clifford, who lives in Warndon Villages, has enjoyed a certain amount of collateral fame, having been featured in a string of national publications including The Times, The Independent and the Mail on Sunday, as well as Worcester News.

Ten years with electronics company and he only started to help out.

Worcester News: Andrew Perkins (Xitek sales director), Darren Williams and Martin Richards (Xitek managing director).]

2:57pm Wednesday 9th April 2014

DARREN Williams has become a very bright spark with Malvern electronics company Xitek. Now production manager, he joined the company in Haysfield Business Centre, Spring Lane North in its early years and has just received a long service award.

Try something new today - Magic Whiteboard at Sainsburys

Worcester News: Theo Paphitis with Laura and Neil Westwood

10:36am Wednesday 9th April 2014

MAGIC Whiteboard, the brainchild of Worcester entrepreneurs Neil and Laura Westwood, has gone on sale in 75 Sainsbury's stores across the UK. The deal has been secured through Dragons' Den star Theo Paphitis, who backed the couple's business idea after they appeared on the TV programme in 2008.

Fixed fee estate agency hits funding target in a fortnight

9:38am Wednesday 9th April 2014

THE innovative Worcestershire-based fixed-fee estate agency headed up by Poundland founder Steve Smith has completed its fundraising, securing almost double its £250,000 target. EstatesDirect.com of Kidderminster offered a five per cent equity stake in the business and raised the money through crowdfunding portal Crowdcube. The company has smashed its target, attracting £494,000 for a 9.88 per cent of equity from 190 investors. The largest single investment was for just more than £200,000.

Second phase of Stanbrook Abbey conversion starts

Worcester News: How the second phase of the Stanbrook Abbey conversion will look when completed

9:15am Wednesday 9th April 2014

THE second phase of the conversion of the former Benedictine monastery Stanbrook Abbey at Callow End, near Malvern, into a wedding and events venue is underway and set to be completed by November. Stepnell’s, the Kidderminster-based construction company, is carrying out a multi-million pound programme of work including the conversion of 90 former nuns’ cells at the 19th century Grade II listed Abbey on the edge of the Old Hills into 52 luxury en-suite bedrooms and suites.

Rock fan Jonathan keeps on running for marathon success

3:08pm Tuesday 8th April 2014

IT was a case of a little bit of AC/DC does you good when internal audit manager Jonathan Darling entered the Greater Manchester Marathon, because he used the heavy rock band's music through his earphones to help him complete the 26.2 mile course and make sure it wasn't a Highway to Hell.

Pension changes likely to hot up housing market

Worcester News: Dani James, chief executive of Premier Places

11:20am Tuesday 8th April 2014

SWEEPING changes to pension tax will help to fuel growth in the housing market, a Worcester letting agent has claimed. Dani James, chief executive of property management specialists Premier Places, has spoken out following George Osborne’s recent Budget when he revealed detailed reforms to tempt people to invest their nest eggs in property, meaning more homes available for people to rent. From next April, the Chancellor’s changes will see everyone in a defined contribution pension scheme with the ability to access their entire pension pot at the age of just 55.

Flood grant deadline extended

3:10pm Monday 7th April 2014

THE deadline for businesses to apply to Worcestershire.Business.Central for up to £4,500 in grant funding to counter the effects of the recent flooding, has been pushed back to Wednesday, April 30. The decision has been made by the multi-agency Flood Recovery Group that has worked together to co-ordinate and support the clean-up and recovery operations for affected businesses as well as residents.

Small hotel in line for big award. Brockencote House shortlisted again in national competition.

11:04am Monday 7th April 2014

BROCKENCOTE Hall, the country house hotel at Chaddesley Corbett, near Bromsgrove, is in line for another top industry award. It has been shortlisted among the finalists in the small hotel of the year category of the VisitEngland Awards for Excellence 2014. The hotel reached the final stages of the competition last year when it was highly commended.

Suits sleep out to help tackle youth homelessness

Worcester News: Having fun at last year’s Byte Night

10:35am Monday 7th April 2014

TECHNOLOGY and business professionals are being asked to ditch their suits and spend a night exposed to the elements to raise raise vital funds to tackle youth homelessness in Worcestershire. Government figures show that in the last six months of 2013, more than 1,720 young people in the Midlands were registered homeless, although this is only a fraction of the true number as many are not officially recognised by local authorities. It is estimated that 80,000 young people a year experience homelessness in the UK, leaving them vulnerable to violence, mental health problems and addiction.



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