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Saturday 24th February

10:30am - 4:00pm

Water – Jo Garlick and Lynn Ward continues until Sunday 31st March

Water is an exhibition exploring two different Artists’ observations and interpretations of the theme of water. Rivers, ponds, waterfalls, clouds, puddles, and the wildlife within North Yorkshire’s waterways inspire both Jo Garlick and Lynn Ward. Their unique styles complement each other to bring an interesting exhibition of the natural world.

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10:30am - 4:00pm

Called to Water – Nancy Gray continues until Sunday 31st March

I have always been called to water, having grown up near lakes and rivers and holidays by the sea. Drawn to its mysterious depths, transparent and yet visible, reflecting light and catching colours. Intrigued by cold water’s healing properties and the wonderful feeling of being submerged in an icy blanket.

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10:30am - 4:00pm

Shifting Borders – South West Scotland Printmakers continues until Sunday 31st March

South West Scotland Printmakers is a cooperative of printmakers and supporters from Southwest Scotland and surrounding areas.  Their aim is to create both physical and virtual spaces where often rurally isolated printmakers can talk about printmaking, exchanging knowledge, skills, news and information.

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10:30am - 4:00pm

Tribes – International Textile Exhibition continues until Monday 1st April

The International Textile Exhibition is back with new work from around the world. Tribes is the inspiration for the work entered into the competition from internationally renowned textiles artists. There is a stunning array of figurative and abstract work reflecting elements such as culture, values, goals, and family. This exhibition features the 30 finalists from all over the world working in many different styles and creative techniques.

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Dales Countryside Museum logo

Cry of the Curlew continues until Wednesday 10th April

Celebration of the Curlew and the Upper Dales alndscapes to which they have returned to breed every since since time immemorial

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SedberghSchool Student Exhibition continues until Wednesday 27th March

Art students from Sedbergh School display a range of work including photography, textiles, ceramics, drawing and painting.

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12:00pm - 1:00pm

Lent Lunches Start continues until Wednesday 27th March

Two choices of soup, a roll, and a piece of fruit – every Wednesday until 27th March

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Saturday 24th February 2024

Snowdrops – Water colour workshop

Ruth Clayton

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Saturday 24th February 2024 10:00am - 3:00pm

Sedbergh Environmental Market

A wonderful selection of eco stallholders providing information on protecting the environment and selling natural and sustainable products, recycled and upcycled arts & crafts and delicious eco-friendly foods!

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Sunday 25th February

Yorkshire Dales Annual Dark Skies Festival ends on this day

Associated range of events through the National Park

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Dark Skies Exhibition ends on this day

Running during the YD Dark Skies Festival

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Sunday 25th February 2024 9:00am - 12:00pm

Duo Cafe closed till 12 noon

For private function

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Monday 26th February

Monday 26th February 2024 4:15pm

Ten Mile Relay

Tuesday 27th February

Dales Countryside Museum logo
Tuesday 27th February 2024 10:00am - 3:00pm

Meet the Artist – Cry of the Curlew

Come, chat,  draw and write about your curlew memories and experieences with Sally one  of the contributors to the exhibition

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Wednesday 28th February

Wednesday 28th February 2024

Wilson Run Qualifier

Second qualifier run

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Wednesday 28th February 2024 9:30am - 1:30pm

Market

Weekly market every Wednesday with stalls of fruit, meat, baking, fish , eggs etc and books and bric-a-brac

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Wednesday 28th February 2024 10:45am - 11:15am

Nat-West Bank – Dent

Wednesday 28th February 2024 11:45am - 12:15pm

NatWest Mobile Bank – Sedbergh

Main Street, Sedbergh

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Wednesday 28th February 2024 7:30pm

Spellbound AGM

We need neew members or are in danger of folding, so please come if you have an interest

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Wednesday 28th February 2024 7:30pm

Wild Bird Crime

Hear about Jack Ashton-Booth’s vital work as a wild bird crime investigator for the RSPB

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Thursday 29th February

Thursday 29th February 2024 12:30pm - 2:30pm

Winter Soup Cafe

Soup, cake and hot drinks

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Thursday 29th February 2024 12:30pm - 2:30pm

Zero Waste Winter Soup Cafe

Homemade Soup, hot drinks and cake

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Friday 1st March

10:30am - 4:00pm

Water – Jo Garlick and Lynn Ward continues until Sunday 31st March

Water is an exhibition exploring two different Artists’ observations and interpretations of the theme of water. Rivers, ponds, waterfalls, clouds, puddles, and the wildlife within North Yorkshire’s waterways inspire both Jo Garlick and Lynn Ward. Their unique styles complement each other to bring an interesting exhibition of the natural world.

View details >
10:30am - 4:00pm

Called to Water – Nancy Gray continues until Sunday 31st March

I have always been called to water, having grown up near lakes and rivers and holidays by the sea. Drawn to its mysterious depths, transparent and yet visible, reflecting light and catching colours. Intrigued by cold water’s healing properties and the wonderful feeling of being submerged in an icy blanket.

View details >
10:30am - 4:00pm

Shifting Borders – South West Scotland Printmakers continues until Sunday 31st March

South West Scotland Printmakers is a cooperative of printmakers and supporters from Southwest Scotland and surrounding areas.  Their aim is to create both physical and virtual spaces where often rurally isolated printmakers can talk about printmaking, exchanging knowledge, skills, news and information.

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10:30am - 4:00pm

Tribes – International Textile Exhibition continues until Monday 1st April

The International Textile Exhibition is back with new work from around the world. Tribes is the inspiration for the work entered into the competition from internationally renowned textiles artists. There is a stunning array of figurative and abstract work reflecting elements such as culture, values, goals, and family. This exhibition features the 30 finalists from all over the world working in many different styles and creative techniques.

View details >
Dales Countryside Museum logo

Cry of the Curlew continues until Wednesday 10th April

Celebration of the Curlew and the Upper Dales alndscapes to which they have returned to breed every since since time immemorial

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SedberghSchool Student Exhibition continues until Wednesday 27th March

Art students from Sedbergh School display a range of work including photography, textiles, ceramics, drawing and painting.

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12:00pm - 1:00pm

Lent Lunches Start continues until Wednesday 27th March

Two choices of soup, a roll, and a piece of fruit – every Wednesday until 27th March

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Friday 1st March 2024 3:00pm

World Day of Prayer

Saturday 2nd March

White Hart Social Club, Sedbergh
Saturday 2nd March 2024 7:30pm

Pink Live

DJ  Dave Whicker

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Sunday 3rd March

Sunday 3rd March 2024 10:00am - 4:00pm

Exploring Water through Tapestry Weaving

Anna Wetherell

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Sunday 3rd March 2024 11:00am - 2:00pm

Meet the Makers – Jo Gasrlick and Lynn Ward

Meet artists Jo Garlick and Lynn Ward see their exhibition ‘Water’. Find out what inspired them and the techniques that they used in their exhibition.

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Monday 4th March

Monday 4th March 2024 - Friday 8th March 2024

Joss Lane closed for 5 days starts and continues until Friday 8th March

From Main St to Bainbridge Road.   Access to Car Park will be maintained

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Tuesday 5th March

Tuesday 5th March 2024 - Thursday 7th March 2024 6:00pm

Road Closure – A684 Black Horse to Station Road (night)

Fibrus Network Ltd – 6 pm to 6 am each night

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Wednesday 6th March

Tuesday 5th March 2024 - Thursday 7th March 2024 6:00pm

Road Closure – A684 Black Horse to Station Road (night)

Fibrus Network Ltd – 6 pm to 6 am each night

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Wednesday 6th March 2024 7:30pm

History Society: Lime Kilns

Lime Kilns:  All You Need to Know and More

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Thursday 7th March

Thursday 7th March 2024 2:00pm - 3:30pm

Gladstone House – Community Afternoon Tea

All welcome for a brew, catch up and cake

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Tuesday 5th March 2024 - Thursday 7th March 2024 6:00pm

Road Closure – A684 Black Horse to Station Road (night)

Fibrus Network Ltd – 6 pm to 6 am each night

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Thursday 7th March 2024 7:30pm

Lookaround AGM

Friday 8th March

Friday 8th March 2024

The Ben Crosland Quintet

Ben Crosland returns to the School with his quintet to perform his latest album ‘Solway Stories’

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Joss Lane closed for 5 days ends on this day

From Main St to Bainbridge Road.   Access to Car Park will be maintained

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Saturday 9th March

Saturday 9th March 2024 9:00am - 3:00pm

Barbon Antiques Fair

Antiques, Vintage, Collectables, Glass, Jewellery, Ceramics, Decorative Items

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Sunday 10th March

Sunday 10th March 2024

Mothers’ Day

Sunday 10th March 2024 10:00am - 4:00pm

Mad March Hares Ceramic Workshop

Susie Wright.

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Sunday 10th March 2024 10:30am

Mothering Sunday

Sunday 10th March 2024 4:00pm - 6:00pm

Messy Church

Hot meal, crafts, games, drama and music   Open to All

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Sunday 10th March 2024 7:00pm - 10:00pm

An Evening of Jazz and Swing

A popular evening of Jazz and Swing items performed by Sedbergh School pupils with the audience sitting round tables and enjoying wine and cheese in Powell Hall.   Black Tie   Drinks and light refreshments included in price

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Tuesday 12th March

Women's Institute logo
Tuesday 12th March 2024 2:00pm

Killington WI meeting

Tuesday 12th March 2024 7:30pm

Domino Drive

Wednesday 13th March

Wednesday 13th March 2024 9:30am - 11:30am

Coffee Morning – Christian Aid

Tea, coffee and cakes and a raffle

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Wednesday 13th March 2024 7:30pm

Sedbergh WI Annual Meeting

Thursday 14th March

Thursday 14th March 2024 - Friday 15th March 2024 10:00am - 4:00pm

Become a Weaver – Jan Beadle

£110 plus £5 on the day for materials

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Friday 15th March

Thursday 14th March 2024 - Friday 15th March 2024 10:00am - 4:00pm

Become a Weaver – Jan Beadle

£110 plus £5 on the day for materials

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Saturday 16th March

Saturday 16th March 2024

Apron Workshop

Jeanette Hanna

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Saturday 16th March 2024 7:30pm

Spring Fling Ceilidh

Caller Martyn Harvey and Dan Mason

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Monday 18th March

Tuesday 19th March

Tuesday 19th March 2024 2:30pm

WILSON RUN

Sedbergh School’s famous ten mile run over the fells. Pupils have to be 16, pass a medical and complete the Qualifier run within a certain time limit. Usually around 180 boys and girls take part in the run, some competing for the honour of the first few home, but many just to say they completed it. Winning the Ten Mile is the peak of any pupil’s career.

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Wednesday 20th March

Wednesday 20th March 2024

History Society: Echoes Across the Borderlines

Christine Craghill’s talk will demonstrate how the onset of war, set against the Anglo-Scottish border had brought about many changes.   She mentions the legacy of ‘the reverberations of rustlers, kidnappers, blackmailers, counterfeiters and murderers who had operated on both sides of the border

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Thursday 21st March

Friday 22nd March

Sunday 24th March

Sunday 24th March 2024

Palm Sunday – Dent

The Liturgy of Palm Sunday

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Sunday 24th March 2024 9:30am - 5:30pm

Tuning into Quietude

A day combining gentle somatic yoga with vocal toning

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Sunday 24th March 2024 10:30am

Easter Sunday – Dent

Sunday 24th March 2024 6:00pm

PALM SUNDAY

Monday 25th March

Monday 25th March 2024

New Bus Service begins : Kendal-Sedbergh-Penrith

Timetable will be on Westmorland & Furness website soon

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Wednesday 27th March

12:00pm - 1:00pm

Lent Lunches Start ends on this day

Two choices of soup, a roll, and a piece of fruit – every Wednesday until 27th March

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SedberghSchool Student Exhibition ends on this day

Art students from Sedbergh School display a range of work including photography, textiles, ceramics, drawing and painting.

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Thursday 28th March

Thursday 28th March 2024 7:00pm

Maundy Thursday

Liturgy of Maundy Thursday

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Sunday 31st March

10:30am - 4:00pm

Water – Jo Garlick and Lynn Ward ends on this day

Water is an exhibition exploring two different Artists’ observations and interpretations of the theme of water. Rivers, ponds, waterfalls, clouds, puddles, and the wildlife within North Yorkshire’s waterways inspire both Jo Garlick and Lynn Ward. Their unique styles complement each other to bring an interesting exhibition of the natural world.

View details >
10:30am - 4:00pm

Called to Water – Nancy Gray ends on this day

I have always been called to water, having grown up near lakes and rivers and holidays by the sea. Drawn to its mysterious depths, transparent and yet visible, reflecting light and catching colours. Intrigued by cold water’s healing properties and the wonderful feeling of being submerged in an icy blanket.

View details >
10:30am - 4:00pm

Shifting Borders – South West Scotland Printmakers ends on this day

South West Scotland Printmakers is a cooperative of printmakers and supporters from Southwest Scotland and surrounding areas.  Their aim is to create both physical and virtual spaces where often rurally isolated printmakers can talk about printmaking, exchanging knowledge, skills, news and information.

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Sunday 31st March 2024 10:30am

EASTER SUNDAY

Sunday 31st March 2024 10:30am

EASTER SUNDAY

Monday 1st April

Dales Countryside Museum logo

Cry of the Curlew continues until Wednesday 10th April

Celebration of the Curlew and the Upper Dales alndscapes to which they have returned to breed every since since time immemorial

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10:30am - 4:00pm

Tribes – International Textile Exhibition ends on this day

The International Textile Exhibition is back with new work from around the world. Tribes is the inspiration for the work entered into the competition from internationally renowned textiles artists. There is a stunning array of figurative and abstract work reflecting elements such as culture, values, goals, and family. This exhibition features the 30 finalists from all over the world working in many different styles and creative techniques.

View details >

Tuesday 2nd April

Tuesday 2nd April 2024 - Friday 5th April 2024 10:00am - 4:00pm

Bendrigg Trust – Free activity days starts and continues until Friday 5th April

Every young person attending will receive a hot lunch.
An exact programme of activities will be shared with you before the day however activities could include cycling, archery, orienteering, zip wire, climbing, sensory swing and more.
All of the activities are adapted so that everyone who wants to take part can do so!
Places are available for young people who: receive Free School Meals and are aged 8 – 16 years old (or up to 18 years old with a disability) and live in the Westmorland and Furness area (or wider Cumbria).
Young people must attend with an adult/carer.
To check your eligibility, please email HAF@westmorlandandfurness.gov.uk
To book, call us direct on 01539 723766 or email bookings@bendrigg.org.uk
#AccessibleActivities #EasterHolidays #SchoolHolidays

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Wednesday 3rd April

Wednesday 3rd April 2024 - Sunday 7th July 2024 10:30am - 4:00pm

The Space We Fill – NOLITEX starts and continues until Sunday 7th July

What is a space?

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Wednesday 3rd April 2024 - Sunday 7th July 2024 10:30am - 4:00pm

Ghyll, Gryke and Glyph – Ann Evans and Gina Tawn starts and continues until Sunday 7th July

Inspired by the wild and beautiful Northern Fells and a shared history of drawing from life, local artists Gina Tawn and Ann Evans collaborate to make a new collection of work.

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Wednesday 3rd April 2024 - Sunday 7th July 2024 10:30am - 4:00pm

Step by Step – Kay Leech and Gillian Cooper starts and continues until Sunday 7th July

As Kay lives in Cumbria and Gillian lives in the Trossachs, textiles and walking are intertwined within their lives. The steady rhythm of walking is echoed by the rhythm of stitch. The building up of layers with material and stitch and the repetitive process of stitch resonates with the layers of footpaths crisscrossing the landscape which have developed over hundreds of years through the repetitive process of walking. Footsteps overwriting those who have walked the same paths before. Small steps on a walk, small pieces of fabric, all joining together to make a coherent whole.

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Thursday 4th April

Thursday 4th April 2024 10:00am - 4:00pm

Sun Lit Dales Acrylic Workshop

Join Stuart Gray for the day as he takes you on a step-by-step process to produce your own acrylic painting of Sun Lit Dales. Stuart will provide all the materials and frame your work ready for you to take…

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Friday 5th April

10:00am - 4:00pm

Bendrigg Trust – Free activity days ends on this day

Every young person attending will receive a hot lunch.
An exact programme of activities will be shared with you before the day however activities could include cycling, archery, orienteering, zip wire, climbing, sensory swing and more.
All of the activities are adapted so that everyone who wants to take part can do so!
Places are available for young people who: receive Free School Meals and are aged 8 – 16 years old (or up to 18 years old with a disability) and live in the Westmorland and Furness area (or wider Cumbria).
Young people must attend with an adult/carer.
To check your eligibility, please email HAF@westmorlandandfurness.gov.uk
To book, call us direct on 01539 723766 or email bookings@bendrigg.org.uk
#AccessibleActivities #EasterHolidays #SchoolHolidays

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Sunday 7th April

Sunday 7th April 2024 10:00am - 4:00pm

Summer Colour in Woven Tapestry – Anna Wetherell

Come and celebrate the colours of Summer, creating a small woven tapestry inspired by the surroundings of the Mill. We will take a short stroll down to the bridge (weather permitting), looking at the colours, textures, and…

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Wednesday 10th April

Dales Countryside Museum logo

Cry of the Curlew ends on this day

Celebration of the Curlew and the Upper Dales alndscapes to which they have returned to breed every since since time immemorial

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Wednesday 10th April 2024 7:30pm

Gertrude Lawrence

The 1930s star tells her own story in her own word .   A theatrical cabaret performed by actor and singer Lucy Stevens with pianist Elizabeth Marcus

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Thursday 11th April

Thursday 11th April 2024 10:00am - 4:00pm

Honeycomb Weaving Workshop – Jan Beadle

Honeycomb weaving creates a cell like structure which resemble the bee’s honeycomb. Creates a lovely soft furnishing fabric. Suitable for beginners and more experienced wanting to develop their skills. Looms will be set up and ready to go on the day.

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Saturday 13th April

Saturday 13th April 2024 9:00am - 3:00pm

Barbpon Antiques Fair

Antiques, Vintage, Collectables, Glass, Jewellery, Ceramics, Decorative Items

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Saturday 13th April 2024 3:00pm

Sedbergh Charity Darts Competition

limited to 32 entries – register asap on White Hart website

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Sunday 14th April

Sunday 14th April 2024 7:00pm

Sedbergh School term begins

Monday 15th April

Saturday 20th April

Saturday 20th April 2024 10:00am - 1:00pm

Sam’s Pottery Workshop

Make your own Garden birds

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Saturday 20th April 2024 1:00pm - 4:00pm

SEDBERGH SPRING SHOW

Crafts, handmade toys, flowers and plants, garments, home produce, art and photography and special children’s sections. Homemade refreshments and musical entertainment.

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Saturday 27th April

Saturday 27th April 2024 7:30pm

Dentdale Choir Concert

Sunday 28th April

Sunday 28th April 2024 10:00am - 4:00pm

A Sense of Place in Tapestry – Anna Wetherell

Farfield Mill and its surroundings are a unique environment, which we will explore by taking a short stroll down to the bridge (weather permitting), looking at colour, pattern, and landscape. We will then return to the…

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Wednesday 1st May

10:30am - 4:00pm

Ghyll, Gryke and Glyph – Ann Evans and Gina Tawn continues until Sunday 7th July

Inspired by the wild and beautiful Northern Fells and a shared history of drawing from life, local artists Gina Tawn and Ann Evans collaborate to make a new collection of work.

View details >
10:30am - 4:00pm

Step by Step – Kay Leech and Gillian Cooper continues until Sunday 7th July

As Kay lives in Cumbria and Gillian lives in the Trossachs, textiles and walking are intertwined within their lives. The steady rhythm of walking is echoed by the rhythm of stitch. The building up of layers with material and stitch and the repetitive process of stitch resonates with the layers of footpaths crisscrossing the landscape which have developed over hundreds of years through the repetitive process of walking. Footsteps overwriting those who have walked the same paths before. Small steps on a walk, small pieces of fabric, all joining together to make a coherent whole.

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Thursday 2nd May

Thursday 2nd May 2024 10:00am - 4:00pm

Colour, Texture & Pattern Weaving – Anna Wetherell

Come and enjoy a day of weaving on a 4-shaft table loom. Whether you’re a beginner or already a weaver this will be a lovely opportunity to experiment with colour and texture. I’ll even take the mystery out of…

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Sunday 5th May

Saturday 11th May

Saturday 11th May 2024 9:00am - 3:00pm

Barbon Antiques Fair

Antiques, Vintage, Collectables, Glass, Jewellery, Ceramics, Decorative Items

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Wednesday 15th May

Wednesday 15th May 2024 - Thursday 16th May 2024

Bugsy Malone

Thursday 16th May

Wednesday 15th May 2024 - Thursday 16th May 2024

Bugsy Malone

Saturday 18th May

Saturday 18th May 2024 7:00pm

80s Party

Raising Funds for St John’s Hospice

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Sunday 19th May

Sunday 19th May 2024 10:30am

Pentecost Sunday – service and barbeque

Joint Service with Holy Communion – activities for children

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Sunday 19th May 2024 1:00pm - 4:00pm

Sedbergh School Sports Day

Saturday 25th May

Saturday 25th May 2024 - Monday 27th May 2024

Kendal Walking Festival

KWF 2024 will be our 7th Walking Festival and whilst some of our original organisers have handed over the reins, we are pleased to be partnering with Wellbeing Westmorland CIC to deliver a great programme of walks.

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Saturday 25th May 2024 9:30am - 3:00pm

SEDBERGH MAY ARTISAN MARKET

Our Artisan Markets are a popular feature of the Sedbergh Calendar featuring a wide range of stalls including craft, artists and food stalls

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Saturday 25th May 2024 10:00am - 4:00pm

Stone in Tapestry Weaving – Anna Wetherell

Stone surrounds us at Farfield Mill, in the walls and forming the bed of the river but also in the wider landscape. We will create a small woven tapestry inspired by the surroundings of the Mill, after taking a short stroll…

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Sunday 26th May

Saturday 25th May 2024 - Monday 27th May 2024

Kendal Walking Festival

KWF 2024 will be our 7th Walking Festival and whilst some of our original organisers have handed over the reins, we are pleased to be partnering with Wellbeing Westmorland CIC to deliver a great programme of walks.

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Monday 27th May

Saturday 25th May 2024 - Monday 27th May 2024

Kendal Walking Festival

KWF 2024 will be our 7th Walking Festival and whilst some of our original organisers have handed over the reins, we are pleased to be partnering with Wellbeing Westmorland CIC to deliver a great programme of walks.

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Monday 27th May 2024 10:00am

Annual Sale – Cowgill

Saturday 1st June

10:30am - 4:00pm

Ghyll, Gryke and Glyph – Ann Evans and Gina Tawn continues until Sunday 7th July

Inspired by the wild and beautiful Northern Fells and a shared history of drawing from life, local artists Gina Tawn and Ann Evans collaborate to make a new collection of work.

View details >
10:30am - 4:00pm

Step by Step – Kay Leech and Gillian Cooper continues until Sunday 7th July

As Kay lives in Cumbria and Gillian lives in the Trossachs, textiles and walking are intertwined within their lives. The steady rhythm of walking is echoed by the rhythm of stitch. The building up of layers with material and stitch and the repetitive process of stitch resonates with the layers of footpaths crisscrossing the landscape which have developed over hundreds of years through the repetitive process of walking. Footsteps overwriting those who have walked the same paths before. Small steps on a walk, small pieces of fabric, all joining together to make a coherent whole.

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Saturday 1st June 2024 - Sunday 2nd June 2024 10:00am

COUNTRY FEST

A fun filled Family Day out

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Sunday 2nd June

Saturday 1st June 2024 - Sunday 2nd June 2024 10:00am

COUNTRY FEST

A fun filled Family Day out

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Saturday 8th June

Saturday 8th June 2024 9:00am - 3:00pm

Barbon Antiques Fair

Antiques, Vintage, Collectables, Glass, Jewellery, Ceramics, Decorative Items

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Sunday 16th June

Music Festival Logo
Sunday 16th June 2024 2:00pm

Come and Sing

Come and sing in our lovely St Andrew’s Church, the home of Sedbergh Music Festival. Start the celebrations in style!

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Monday 17th June

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Monday 17th June 2024 1:00pm

Sedberegh Songsters

Tuesday 18th June

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Tuesday 18th June 2024 1:00pm

Sedbergh School Musicians

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Tuesday 18th June 2024 7:30pm

Julian Cann String Quintet

Julian Cann has lived in Sedbergh for 25 years and is an experienced violinist in a wide variety of fields.

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Wednesday 19th June

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Wednesday 19th June 2024 1:00pm

Nick Hurndall Smith

Tenor Nicholas Hurndall Smith returns to the Sedbergh Festival with a recital of German and English song accompanied by pianist Jen Hartley.

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Thursday 20th June

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Thursday 20th June 2024 1:00pm

Four Hands One piano

Jen Hartley and Peter Noke piano duo

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Thursday 20th June 2024 7:30pm

Sedbergh Orchestra

A lively programme from Sedbergh’s local orchestra

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Friday 21st June

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Friday 21st June 2024 1:00pm

John Robinson

Organ recital

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Friday 21st June 2024 7:30pm

Sedbergh Town Band

The Sedbergh Town Band present a selection of music

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Saturday 22nd June

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Saturday 22nd June 2024 7:30pm

Cottontown Chorus

The Cottontown Chorus, a highly acclaimed male a cappella group, is based in Bolton, Lancashire, UK. They are renowned for their passionate and high-quality performances that resonate deeply with their audiences.

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Sunday 23rd June

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Sunday 23rd June 2024 12:00pm

Amabile Girls’ Choir

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Sunday 23rd June 2024 7:30pm

Claire Cope Quintet

The Claire Cope Quintet, a newly established contemporary jazz ensemble, present the music of British composer and pianist Claire inspired by artists such as Brad Mehldau, Babelfish and Kenny Wheeler.

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Monday 24th June

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Monday 24th June 2024 7:30pm

The Chequered Acafellas

This popular group, formerly Grievous Bodily Harmony, return to the Festival after a very well received first appearance in 2022 to entertain, amuse and stir emotions.

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Tuesday 25th June

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Tuesday 25th June 2024 1:00pm

Chetham’s School of Music

Every recital they bring us is a revelation, and helps to map where classical music will be in the next generation.

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Tuesday 25th June 2024 7:30pm

Jess Gillam and Royal Northern Sinfonia

The talented hands of Jess Gillam and the string players of Royal Northern Sinfonia present the saxophone in a new light.

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Wednesday 26th June

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Wednesday 26th June 2024 1:00pm

Style 85

Harp Duo AnnaKate & Gwen

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Wednesday 26th June 2024 7:30pm

Fakir Trio

Fakir Trio appear in their first tour outside the EU

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Thursday 27th June

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Thursday 27th June 2024 7:30pm

BBC Singers

The BBC Singers has held a unique place at the heart of the UK’s choral scene for almost 100 years and has collaborated with many of the world’s leading composers, conductors and soloists.

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Saturday 29th June

Saturday 29th June 2024 9:30am - 3:00pm

SEDBERGH JUNE ARTISAN MARKET

Our Artisan Markets are a popular feature of the Sedbergh Calendar featuring a wide range of stalls including craft, artists and food sellers

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Saturday 29th June 2024 7:30pm

Beyond Madness – North-east Nutty Boys

The Uk’s tribute to madness and ska

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Saturday 29th June 2024 10:00pm - 1:00am

Sedbergh School Leavers’ Ball and Fireworks

Monday 1st July

10:30am - 4:00pm

Ghyll, Gryke and Glyph – Ann Evans and Gina Tawn continues until Sunday 7th July

Inspired by the wild and beautiful Northern Fells and a shared history of drawing from life, local artists Gina Tawn and Ann Evans collaborate to make a new collection of work.

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10:30am - 4:00pm

Step by Step – Kay Leech and Gillian Cooper continues until Sunday 7th July

As Kay lives in Cumbria and Gillian lives in the Trossachs, textiles and walking are intertwined within their lives. The steady rhythm of walking is echoed by the rhythm of stitch. The building up of layers with material and stitch and the repetitive process of stitch resonates with the layers of footpaths crisscrossing the landscape which have developed over hundreds of years through the repetitive process of walking. Footsteps overwriting those who have walked the same paths before. Small steps on a walk, small pieces of fabric, all joining together to make a coherent whole.

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Sunday 7th July

10:30am - 4:00pm

Ghyll, Gryke and Glyph – Ann Evans and Gina Tawn ends on this day

Inspired by the wild and beautiful Northern Fells and a shared history of drawing from life, local artists Gina Tawn and Ann Evans collaborate to make a new collection of work.

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10:30am - 4:00pm

Step by Step – Kay Leech and Gillian Cooper ends on this day

As Kay lives in Cumbria and Gillian lives in the Trossachs, textiles and walking are intertwined within their lives. The steady rhythm of walking is echoed by the rhythm of stitch. The building up of layers with material and stitch and the repetitive process of stitch resonates with the layers of footpaths crisscrossing the landscape which have developed over hundreds of years through the repetitive process of walking. Footsteps overwriting those who have walked the same paths before. Small steps on a walk, small pieces of fabric, all joining together to make a coherent whole.

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Wednesday 10th July

Wednesday 10th July 2024 - Sunday 15th September 2024

Words: A Series of Journal Quilts starts and continues until Sunday 15th September

Contemporary Quilt Group  is a specialist group within the Quilters’ Guild. Its members are a diverse collection of quilters and textile artists, working at the cutting edge of our practice, creating innovative and dynamic art. Their mission is to continue to push the boundaries and be excited by the possibilities of new materials, new techniques, and new ideas.

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Wednesday 10th July 2024 - Sunday 15th September 2024 10:30am - 4:00pm

Words: A series of Journal Quilts – Contemporary Quilt Group starts and continues until Sunday 15th September

Contemporary Quilt Group is a specialist group within the Quilters’ Guild. Its members are a diverse collection of quilters and textile artists, working at the cutting edge of our practice, creating innovative and dynamic art. Their mission is to continue to push the boundaries and be excited by the possibilities of new materials, new techniques, and new ideas.

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Wednesday 10th July 2024 - Sunday 15th September 2024 10:30am - 4:00pm

A Process of Change – ArtyBird, Carnforth School of Art and Textiles starts and continues until Sunday 15th September

There is ever-present change in all our lives, presented in a new exhibition of fibre arts by students and staff of ArtyBird Carnforth.

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Saturday 13th July

Saturday 13th July 2024 9:00am - 3:00pm

Barbon Antiques Fair

Antiques, Vintage, Collectables, Glass, Jewellery, Ceramics, Decorative Items

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Saturday 20th July

Saturday 20th July 2024 10:00am - 4:00pm

ST ANDREWS SUMMER FAIR

Crafts.   Tea.   Coffee.  Stalls.   Children’s entertainment

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Sunday 21st July

Saturday 27th July

Saturday 27th July 2024 9:30am - 3:00pm

SEDBERGH JULY ARTISAN MARKET

Our Artisan Markets are a popular feature of the Sedbergh Calendar featuring a wide range of stalls including craft, artists and food stalls

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Thursday 1st August

Words: A Series of Journal Quilts continues until Sunday 15th September

Contemporary Quilt Group  is a specialist group within the Quilters’ Guild. Its members are a diverse collection of quilters and textile artists, working at the cutting edge of our practice, creating innovative and dynamic art. Their mission is to continue to push the boundaries and be excited by the possibilities of new materials, new techniques, and new ideas.

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10:30am - 4:00pm

Words: A series of Journal Quilts – Contemporary Quilt Group continues until Sunday 15th September

Contemporary Quilt Group is a specialist group within the Quilters’ Guild. Its members are a diverse collection of quilters and textile artists, working at the cutting edge of our practice, creating innovative and dynamic art. Their mission is to continue to push the boundaries and be excited by the possibilities of new materials, new techniques, and new ideas.

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10:30am - 4:00pm

A Process of Change – ArtyBird, Carnforth School of Art and Textiles continues until Sunday 15th September

There is ever-present change in all our lives, presented in a new exhibition of fibre arts by students and staff of ArtyBird Carnforth.

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Friday 9th August

Friday 9th August 2024 - Sunday 11th August 2024

Hells Fells Family Music Festival

A music festival celebrating of our armed forces & emergency services. All profits will be used to support those from the armed forces and emergency services who struggle in the years ahead.

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Saturday 10th August

Friday 9th August 2024 - Sunday 11th August 2024

Hells Fells Family Music Festival

A music festival celebrating of our armed forces & emergency services. All profits will be used to support those from the armed forces and emergency services who struggle in the years ahead.

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Sunday 11th August

Friday 9th August 2024 - Sunday 11th August 2024

Hells Fells Family Music Festival

A music festival celebrating of our armed forces & emergency services. All profits will be used to support those from the armed forces and emergency services who struggle in the years ahead.

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Sunday 18th August

Saturday 24th August

Saturday 24th August 2024 9:30am - 3:00pm

SEDBERGH AUGUST ARTISAN MARKET

Our Artisan Markets are a popular feature of the Sedbergh Calendar featuring a wide range of stalls including craft, artists and food stalls

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Sunday 1st September

Words: A Series of Journal Quilts continues until Sunday 15th September

Contemporary Quilt Group  is a specialist group within the Quilters’ Guild. Its members are a diverse collection of quilters and textile artists, working at the cutting edge of our practice, creating innovative and dynamic art. Their mission is to continue to push the boundaries and be excited by the possibilities of new materials, new techniques, and new ideas.

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10:30am - 4:00pm

Words: A series of Journal Quilts – Contemporary Quilt Group continues until Sunday 15th September

Contemporary Quilt Group is a specialist group within the Quilters’ Guild. Its members are a diverse collection of quilters and textile artists, working at the cutting edge of our practice, creating innovative and dynamic art. Their mission is to continue to push the boundaries and be excited by the possibilities of new materials, new techniques, and new ideas.

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10:30am - 4:00pm

A Process of Change – ArtyBird, Carnforth School of Art and Textiles continues until Sunday 15th September

There is ever-present change in all our lives, presented in a new exhibition of fibre arts by students and staff of ArtyBird Carnforth.

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Wednesday 11th September

Wednesday 11th September 2024 - Thursday 12th September 2024

WESTMORLAND COUNTY SHOW 2024

Founded in 1799, the Westmorland County Show is one of the largest one-day agricultural shows in the country – and one of the oldest – renowned for its relaxed, convivial atmosphere and firm roots in rural tradition.

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Thursday 12th September

Wednesday 11th September 2024 - Thursday 12th September 2024

WESTMORLAND COUNTY SHOW 2024

Founded in 1799, the Westmorland County Show is one of the largest one-day agricultural shows in the country – and one of the oldest – renowned for its relaxed, convivial atmosphere and firm roots in rural tradition.

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Saturday 14th September

Saturday 14th September 2024

Barbon Antiques Fair

Antiques, Vintage, Collectables, Glass, Jewellery, Ceramics, Decorative Items

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Sunday 15th September

10:30am - 4:00pm

Words: A series of Journal Quilts – Contemporary Quilt Group ends on this day

Contemporary Quilt Group is a specialist group within the Quilters’ Guild. Its members are a diverse collection of quilters and textile artists, working at the cutting edge of our practice, creating innovative and dynamic art. Their mission is to continue to push the boundaries and be excited by the possibilities of new materials, new techniques, and new ideas.

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10:30am - 4:00pm

A Process of Change – ArtyBird, Carnforth School of Art and Textiles ends on this day

There is ever-present change in all our lives, presented in a new exhibition of fibre arts by students and staff of ArtyBird Carnforth.

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Words: A Series of Journal Quilts ends on this day

Contemporary Quilt Group  is a specialist group within the Quilters’ Guild. Its members are a diverse collection of quilters and textile artists, working at the cutting edge of our practice, creating innovative and dynamic art. Their mission is to continue to push the boundaries and be excited by the possibilities of new materials, new techniques, and new ideas.

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Saturday 21st September

Saturday 21st September 2024 9:30am - 3:00pm

SEDBERGH SEPTEMBER ARTISAN MARKET

Last in the year

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Saturday 12th October

Saturday 12th October 2024 9:00am - 3:00pm

Barbon Antiques Fair

Antiques, Vintage, Collectables, Glass, Jewellery, Ceramics, Decorative Items

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