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Kids Club Info

Many families select their resort on the basis of its ability to offer a kids club to keep the children happy and entertained.

In theory this is a great idea - a facility which the children can dip in and out of whenever they choose and which offers an entertaining and structured mix of age-related activities and equipment can add real value to a holiday and ensure that both grown ups and children enjoy themselves.

In practice however, standards vary hugely. Some  kids clubs are little more than a small room with a tv and a few crayons and games,others have state of the art equipment, their own pools and a fully structured programme of educational and fun activities. Many of course are somewhere in between. Each kind of kids club has its place, but the level of expectation is crucial. If the kids club is essential to your holiday then finding out it has very few facilties on arrival can spoil the whole holiday.

With this in mind, babygoes2 has decided to embark upon a comprehensive research project to list the features if each of the most popular kids clubs that we feature. We’ll be looking at facilties, the programme of activities, staff ratios, size and condition of rooms, condition of equipment, hours, costs, any meal arrangements, and anything else we think you’d like to know.

This will enable our visitors to make an informed choice and to know exactly what kind of childrens facilities await in their chosen hotel or resort.

The research will be ongoing (it's a mammoth project!), but below you’ll find the information to date. If you've visited any of these kids clubs and would like to comment, or have visited a great kids club which isn't listed , please let us know!

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Mousses / Lefkas / Greece
Mousses Creche, Mousses, Lefkas, Greece

Open:
1st week in May to end October. 9am to 5.30 pm Monday to Friday
Ages : 6 months to 12 years
Booking: Recommend pre-booking especially for crèche and during school holidays. The crèche is also used by the other Simply Travel properties in Lefkas.
Cost: 5 full days for infants  (6months to 2 years) £190, 5 half days for infants £120.  5 full days (over 2) £160, 5 half days £100.
Facilities: Creche room for infants and toddlers and Club room for older children.  Sleeping room with proper cots (from Mothercare). Outside grassed play area with shade from trees. Shaded,hard floor play area and sand pit. Big, airconditioned inside play space. All new toys and equipment.  The crèche is in an area which is totally secure so no-one can wonder off!
Crèche and Club:
 Monday to Friday , 9am to 5.30pm. Childcare ratio one nanny to 3 infants. One nanny to 4, 3 to 4 year olds. One nanny to 6 for older children.
Things They Do:  Painting, drawing, making mobiles, playing loads of toys, bikes, nature walks around houses, go and visit the peacocks and geese (on site) nature trails to the beach.  Lots of stuff on marine creatures.  Pebble painting, wet play (not in the pool).
Staff: Professionally UK trained. Nannies are also available for evening babysitting.  Very comprehensive form must be completed before leaving child in the crèche giving permission for applying sun cream, dietary needs, favourite toys, pet names for things.
Do they give them anything (eg UV suits, hats etc): Lovely little pack pack with UV protection sun hats and suits.
Meals: Special menu for the children so they can choose the food they like. Fish fingers, burgers and chip can be ordered from the bar and delivered to the crèche otherwise parents can send them with a pack lunch – snacks and drinks are provided by crèche.
Can parents go off site? Yes
Any special kids menus or early meal times: Kids food can be ordered from the bar.  Meat balls and chips is a real favorite.
Policy of kids in restaurants: The bar at the pool does serve food and children are always welcome at any time.

Sunsail Clubs Children's Clubs

Minnows, Snappers, Sea Urchins, Gybers, Beach Team
Open: All year round except Leda in Greece when Gybers and Beach Team are available in the summer and half term holidays only.
Ages:  4 months – 16 years.
Times: 09.30 – 17.00 (Sunsail Clubs Kids’ Clubs are entirely flexible. Children can be taken in and out as long as they are checked in and out with a supervisor).
Booking: Pre-booking recommended.
Minnows: 4 months – 2 years  £195 per week.
One NNEB/CACHE or equivalently qualified nanny for every three children. Each child receives continuity of care by having the same member of staff throughout their holiday. The Minnows crèche has all the equipment needed for your child’s daytime requirements including cots for day naps and both indoor and shaded outdoor play areas for their enjoyment. FREE cots, potties, baby baths and baby mats for guest’s rooms. All rooms also have kettles and fridges for preparing and storing baby products. The Minnows Club room is open 24 hours a day with a fridge, microwave, sink and sterilising equipment for use. Parents should bring their own feeding equipment, bottles, baby food, nappies and aqua nappies which are essential for swimming pool hygiene (these may be purchased in the Club mini market) and weaning food for children less than a year old.
Snappers: 2 – 4 years FREE.
Under the close supervision of qualified nannies (ratio of one nanny to four children), toddlers enjoy specially designated indoor and shaded outdoor play areas, sandpits and children’s pools. Activities include swimming, sand play, painting, story time, games, singing, face painting, treasure hunts and ice-cream treats in the afternoons. There are also plenty of stimulating toys for the children to enjoy. In the evenings parents can make use of the baby listening service or the supervised video club which provides the perfect venue for children to unwind at the end of the day.
Sea Urchins: 5 – 7 years FREE.
Treasure hunts, drawing and painting, fancy dress, quiz competitions, decoration–making and supervised swimming, all fully supervised by trained activity assistants (ratio of one activity assistant to 6 children). Sea Urchins also get a chance to try out sailing, windsurfing and other watersports using Sunsail Clubs special kid’s rigs. They also play short tennis with training from resident tennis coaches. As well as the supervised video club in the evenings, Sea Urchins enjoy a supervised junior disco once a week.
Gybers: 8 – 12 years FREE.
A special team of trained activity leaders provide all-day supervision including dinghy sailing, windsurfing, canoeing and swimming. On shore activities include tennis with the resident tennis coaches, competitions, team games and day trips and once a week there is a supervised junior disco for Gybers. For a more formal RYA stage 1-3 sailing course, children can be collected and returned to Gybers Club every day by their sailing instructor.
Whenever there are large numbers of Gybers, usually during school holidays, the Gybers are separated into Junior (8-10 yrs) and Senior (11-12 yrs) groups for the week.
Beach Team: 13 – 16 years FREE.
Teenagers can enjoy the fun and freedom of being with people their own age and take part in some amazing activities. Each week kicks off with a welcome party to break the ice and after that the children can choose how much or how little they do. From informal instruction on the water with qualified instructors to beach games, tennis matches and volleyball, there is something active and exciting for them to enjoy everyday. Places on RYA courses should be prebooked before departure. Dinghy sailing, windsurfing or yachting are all on offer.  Alternatively children can simply choose to spend time chilling out by the pool in the sun before attending an evening beach party and BBQ. Sunsail Clubs chill out zones are perfect for relaxing in before and after dinner with huge cushions and an ice cold drink provided!
Meals: Lunches are included for children under 13 years when the relevant Kids’ Clubs are operating. High tea is provided every day for children under 8 years and for Gybers who do not join their parents for dinner.
Extras: A new ‘Babewatch’ programme on the beach allows parents to have a bit of time to themselves whilst a team of ladies look after the little ones. Complimentary and up to 30 minutes a day. Parents are advised to bring their own suncream for the children.

Porto Sani / Haldiki / Greece

Melissa’s Mini Club, Teen Club

Open: Melissa’s April – October, Teen Club July and August.
Ages:  4 – 16 years.
Times: 10.00 – 22.00.
Booking: Pre-booking recommended. Babysitting can be prebooked at EUR10 per hour.
Facilities / Activities: Group games, Name games, Fairy tale hours, Arts and crafts,  Face painting, T-shirt painting, Pantomime, Rehearsals for kids show, Mini Disco, Making cookies,  Birthday parties, “Indian” and “Pirate” parties. Pool games, Table tennis, Olympic games, Banana boat, Water ball, Volleyball,  Gymnastics, Kids aerobics, Shell collecting, Treasure hunt, Sand castle day,  Fishing, Excursions, picnics, Birthday parties. Children’s pools.
Staff: Highly trained, English and German speaking team.
Meals: Extensive buffets for children plus children’s menus.
Extras: 24 hour medical care is provided throughout the resort. The ‘Babe Watch’ on the beach programme allows parents to have a bit of tiem to themselves whilst a team of ladies look after the little ones, complimentary and up to 30 minutes a day.

Porto Elounda / Crete

Kivotos Kids Club
Open: April - November
Ages: 6 months – 8 years
Times: 10.00 – 18.00 six days a week. Closed on Sundays. Babysitting service can be arranged through the hotel with 24 hours notice.
Booking: On arrival although recommend pre-booking in peak periods.
Cost: 2 year olds are charged per child per hour. 3 to 12 years old are free of charge.
Facilities / Activities: Designed around the theme of an animal park, KIVOTOS is in fact an ark where children play happily in harmony with nature. A rainbow leads the children to their playground where all the games have been designed especially for KIVOTOS and its special character. A bridge separates the section for the younger ones, 6 month - to 3½ year-olds, from the other section where the 4 - 8 year-olds play their own games.
Playgrounds are both indoors and outdoors and especially designed to protect children from over-exposure to the sun. A vegetable garden is where children enjoy themselves while learning how to grow tomatoes and other Greek vegetables. The children will be given the chance to plant some typical Greek trees like olive and carob trees and lemon, orange, and fig trees. There are two shallow pools attached to KIVOTOS, properly supervised at all times and equipped with the most up-to-date water ionization and purification devices.
There is space for resting, and a dining room and children's toilets and showers, as well as a miniature replica of an ancient Greek amphitheatre.
The philosophy guiding this program is that the children learn something about the Greek way of life and Greek history and culture, while having fun with other children from a multi-ethnic background.
Activities include: play acting and circus acting; construction of a doll or a mask; simple Greek kitchen; mini Olympic games in the water or on the track; ceramics, batik, drawing and collage with natural media; treasure hunt; garden
Staff: 1 staff member per 12 children.
Meals: Juices, Fruit & Biscuits at 11:00. Lunch is optional at a cost. The menu changes daily and is announced on a whiteboard at the Club. A member of staff always looks after the children during meals. Afternoon Tea is included in the full-day programme.
Snacks and drinks: Snacks and drinks are provided by the club.
Can parents go off site?: Parents may leave the resort while children are at the Cubs Club.
Policy of children in restaurants: Children are admitted in every restaurant.
Extras: All children to wear hats and sun cream for all outdoor activities. These are not provided by the club but can be bought at the hotel?s shops.

Forte Village / Sardinia

Mini Club
Open: All year
Ages: 0 – 11 years.
Times: 9:00 am to 1:00 pm and 2:00 pm to 6:00 pm, seven days a week. Babysitting: 24 hours notice is required and a maximum of two children, of any age, for each babysitter at an additional fee.
Booking: On arrival although recommend pre-booking in peak periods.
Cost: 0 - 3 year olds are accepted in the Miniclub but they pay an extra fee because they are put into much smaller groups as they require extra attention. 3 – 12 year olds are free of charge.
Facilities / Activities: Miniclub area by the ocean with two shallow swimming pools, slides and where the games and activities are organised. A mini train that takes the children around. Adventure play area, zoo area, beach games, soccer, basketball, volleyball, bicycles for hire, tenpin bowling, tennis and tennis lessons, soccer (children's soccer school), swimming lessons, horse riding, putting green, go-karts, cross buggy, trampoline, snorkelling courses. A modern video games arcade is available at Lungamore sports area with 8 bowling alleys, go-karts, trampolines, outdoor ice-skating, video-games. Pushchairs are also available. Cartoons showed at the center Piazza Maria Luigia from 21.00-22.00. Once a week the miniclub organises a show with the youngsters that they do in front of the parents in the central piazza.
Staff: The ration staff/children remains quite low. There are about 10-15 people taking care of the children.
Meals: A special children's restaurant called Ristorante dei Bambini is open from 12.00 -13.00 for lunch and from 18.00-19.00 for dinner. The children's menu is also available through room service. Highchairs are available.
Snacks and drinks: Children may bring any types of food that can be warmed up. Snack and drinks are provided by the mini club.
Can parents go off site?: Parents may leave the resort while children are at the Miniclub.
Policy of children in restaurants: Children are admitted in every restaurant.
Extras: All children to wear hats and sun cream for all outdoor activities. These are not provided by the mini club.

Pine Cliffs at The Sheraton / Algarve / Portugal

Porto Pirata Club
Open: April until October, Easter Holidays and Christmas Holidays.
Ages:  6 months – 12 years.
Times: 09.30 – 17.30.
Booking: On arrival although recommend pre-booking in peak periods.
Cost: 6 months – 2 years:  EUR90 full day, EUR56 half day with lunch, EUR43 half day without lunch, EUR21.50 per hour. 2 years plus: EUR30 full day, EUR22.50 half day with lunch, EUR15 half day without lunch. Babysitting EUR 21.50 per hour. Prices may vary slightly depending on season.
Facilities / Activities: Fully enclosed area of 7.000 sq.m. Two purpose-built wooden ships, swimming pool, second separate pool for remote control boats, playground, bouncy castle, bicycle track, basket and volleyball pitch. Porto Pirata is the most complete facility of its kind in Portugal and has recently been enlarged with an 18-hole Mini-Golf facility. The Porto Pirata team puts together a daily entertainment program. eg/  Peter Pan Program
For children from 3 to 6 years old
Monday - Mini Olympic Games & Fun Tots Tennis
Tuesday - Face Painting & Handicraft
Wednesday - Pirates Day
Thursday - Games with Music & Painting Cups
Friday - Varied Games & Sandcastle Competition
Saturday - Traditional Games & Ball Games
Sunday - Bike Race & Treasure Hunt
Staff: Mostly English speaking and very well qualified. Excellent at checking sun cream is on, hats etc etc.
Meals: Lunch at the Porto Pirata’s EUR12.50 per child.

Vila Vita Parc / Algarve / Portugal

Natalie’s Creche, Annabella’s Kids Park, Vila Vita Teen Club
Open: All year round. Teen Club Easter Holidays and July / August.
Ages:  Natalie’s Crèche (6 months – 3 years), Annabella’s Kids Park (4 – 12 years), Vila Vita Teen Club (13 years plus).
Booking: Recommend pre-booking especially crèche.
Cost: Natalie’s Crèche: EUR50 per day. Other clubs free. Babysitting: EUR12 per hour.
Facilities: Natalie’s Crèche: 10.00 – 18.00 5 days a week, 7 days in peak season. Maximum Capacity 16 children at any one time. Playroom with a mattress floor, cushions, toys and activities, such as finger painting, t-shirt painting and baking cookies. Nappy changing service and an adjoining room with baby cots for naps.
Annabella’s Kids Park: 10.00 – 21.30. Pool and beach games, land Olympics, mini golf and tennis, T-shirt painting, making monster cookies, face painting and magic shows. Outings can include excursions to Zoomarine to see the spectacular dolphin, seal and parrot shows and to learn about marine animals. Or to Krazy World to see the fantastic crocodile and snake shows. The evening meal is served early to allow plenty of time for the evening programme and activities. Ghost parties, pyjama parties, discos, bingo nights, magic shows.
Vila Vita Teen Club: 10.00 onwards: Sports and leisure pursuits: soccer, volleyball, tennis coaching, mini-golf, 10 pin bowling, darts and table tennis, basketball, water-volleyball, pitch & putt tournament, watersports and horseriding. Plus jeep safaris and mountain bike tours. Boat trips to explore the wonderful caves along the coastline are also available as well as excursions to the waterslide parks. Beach afternoons with a considerable choice of water-sport activities: Windsurfing, canoes, pedal boats etc., as well as beach volley-ball. Evening entertainment includes: pizza & cinema, 10 pin bowling, discovery of the nightlife of the nearby village of Armação de Pêra and a karaoke night.
Staff: Professionally trained and multi-lingual. In the crèche the staff ratio is 1 employee for 4 children. In the Kids Parc it is one to 5 when they go outside to the fun parcs and about one to 8 when inside the hotel grounds.
Do they give them anything (eg UV suits, hats etc)?: Sunhats provided. Parents must supply suncream.
Meals: Special menu for the children so they can choose the food they like. Parents can bring snacks or fruit from the restaurants. Microwave available to warm up milk or any other kind of baby food.
Can parents go off site?: Yes as long as they leave a contact mobile number.
Any special kids menus or early meal times?: The Adega restaurant is open from 12:30 all day so children can have an early dinner there. The Bela Vita and the Whale Restaurants open at 18:00 so children can dine there too.
Policy of children in restaurants: The Aladin is available for children from 6 years onwards. The Ocean restaurant is open for adults only. Children can go to the Atlantico Restaurant for dinner but for breakfast it is open only for adults.

Almyra / Paphos / Cyprus

Smiling Dolphin Kids Club
Open: April – October and Christmas / New Year.
Ages:  4 – 12 years.
Times: 09.30 – 18.30.
Booking: On arrival although recommend pre-booking in peak periods.
Cost: Free. Babysitting CY£4 per hour.
Facilities / Activities: Kids Club - play room, children's swimming pool, children's outdoor playground, table tennis and tennis (coaching available on request).  Nature trails, stone collecting, hat making, painting and drawing sessions.
Staff: One kids club animator for 20 children.
Meals: Lunch is provided and charged to parent’s rooms. Drinking water always available.
Snacks and drinks: Food from outside the hotel is strictly forbidden for Health & Safety reasons unless the hotel is informed prior to arrival of any special requirements.
Can parents go off site?: Parents must be on the premises while children are participating in children’s activities. If they wish to leave the premises, the animator must be informed.
Any special kids menus or early meal times?: Early meals are provided for children.
Policy of children in restaurants: Children are allowed in all the hotel’s restaurants.
Extras: All children to wear hats and sun cream for all outdoor activities. Hats are provided.

Arabella Sheraton / Mallorca

Arabella Kid’s Club
Open: All year round.
Ages: 3 – 8 years old. Children must be out of diapers.
Powder Byrne:  Offers its own crèche at the Arabella as follows;
Beginning of July to the end of August and 2 weeks mid October for half term holidays.
Caters for children from 6 months – 14 years.
PB Creche (6 months - 3 years) 09.30 – 16.00 Six days a week.
Every crèche is well equipped with toys for indoor play and outdoor activities and is managed and operated by our own qualified Nursery Nurses. Numbers are restricted with a staff to child ratio of 1:3. Places are taken on a first-come, first-served basis so we highly recommend booking early, especially for school holiday times. pb staff operate two programmes each week to keep the children stimulated and entertained. One programme is designed specifically for the babies who are not walking yet and the second is a more active programme for the toddlers. Activities vary according to the resort, but toddlers will typically participate in, for example, finger painting, cutting and sticking, water play, ball games, singalongs, treasure hunts and beach games.
Price: £225 per child per week during school holidays There is no charge for pb outside of school holidays.
Lunch is provided by the hotel and supervised by our crèche staff. The cost of lunch is charged to your extras bill. In most resorts, toddlers are welcome to join the supervised Scallywags supper between 6 and 7pm if accompanied by a parent. Supper takes place at a specific restaurant and the cost is charged to your extras bill, unless you are staying on a half board basis.
PB Scallywags (4 - 9 years) 09.30 – 16.00 Six days a week.
Scallywags combines outdoor sports with quieter indoor activities. Children can enjoy a balance of creative art projects, song and dance, junior sports and swimming. There is a supervised supper between 6pm and 7pm. Twice a week the Scallywags will be entertained from 19.00 until 12.30. One evening will be a simple opportunity to relax and watch a video; the format of the second evening will vary from resort to resort. There is no charge for Scallywags.
PB The Zone (9 - 14 years) 09.30 – 16.00 Six days a week.
The Zone is an excellent way of introducing older children to exciting sports, cool activities and new friends and has proved to be hugely popular with the children since it began six years ago. The emphasis is on trying a broad range as well as giving children the opportunity to develop their skills in 2 or 3 particular sports. Both wet and dry pursuits are combined and activities include sailing, windsurfing, snorkelling, scuba diving, water skiing, fishing, golf, tennis and football. All activities are led by Powder Byrne staff and, where required, use local professional instructors. Each week includes excursions to attractions outside the resort, for example to the local waterslide park. Trips off-site are supervised by members of The Zone team and are included in the price. The cost of lunch is charged locally. If the children eat at the hotel or are provided with a packed lunch, the cost is added to your extras bill. If eating at a local restaurant, pocket money will be required and The Zone team will advise parents in advance. A small amount of pocket money is also required for buying drinks when off-site for the day. The Zone children are welcome to join Scallywags supervised dinners between 6 and 7pm 6 nights a week. Dinner is eaten at a specific restaurant and the cost is charged to your extras bill, unless you are staying on a half board basis. 2 nights a week The Zone will run from 7 to 10pm. Activities include beach games, table football, evening markets, a disco, a quiz or a barbecue. Cost £180 per child per 6 day week (excluding meals).
Babysitting can also be arranged through Powder Byrne during the above mentioned months. Powder Byrne staff will also assist families with shopping trips to collect extra supplies of nappies, baby food and other essentials.
Booking: On arrival although recommend pre-booking in peak periods.
Cost: Babysitting available for weekends, evenings or for children under three from EUR15 per hour.
Facilities / Activities: Children’s swimming pool and children’s playground. Building sandcastles, treasure hunts, swimming, painting and ball games.
Meals: Special children’s menu at lunchtime.
Any special kids menus or early meal times?: Special menus and early sittings are available at the Seagrape Terrace.
Policy of kids in restaurants: Amphora buffet restaurant serving breakfast and a Mediterranean menu for dinner. This is also where the children's clubs have lunch and supper. Children under 12 years are not allowed in the Helios restaurant.
Extras: Parents are advised to bring their own suncream for the children.

Caribbean

Sandy Lane / Barbados

The Tree House Club
Open : All year round.
Ages: 3 – 12 years old. Children must be out of diapers. Children under 3 may visit the Centre with a babysitter / nanny.
Times: 10.00 – 20.00.
Booking: On arrival although recommend pre-booking in peak periods.
Cost: Tree House Club is free. Babysitters / Nannies B’dos$30 per hour to be booked 24 hours in advance.
Facilities / Activities: Toddler corner for ages 0 – 3. Fully equipped indoor playspace, Den Teen Centre, Tree House dining, Toys, outdoor games, sand toys, board games, puzzles and more are available at the Centre, on the beach or on the Lawn. The Treehouse Club has an area called the Den, which is designated for teenagers. The Den is equipped with pool tables, football table, computers, playstation 2 consoles and games and a jukebox. Although, it is for teenagers, some of the children over 8 years are allowed to play down there under the supervision of a Treehouse Attendant. When there are lots of children in the hotel, cocktail parties are hosted for the older children from 6.30pm until 8pm.
Staff: A ratio of 6 children per Attendant for land activities and 4 children per Attendant for water activities.
Meals: Lunch and dinner are provided (ordered from the kitchen) and it is charged to the guest’s room. A light snack such as popcorn is also given during movie time and there are 2 water fountains. If a child needs a drink other than water, it can be ordered from the pool bar for them. Lunch is served at 12.30pm at the club. Parents can also bring along any food or drinks for their children as extras.
Can parents go off site?: Once children are signed into the club, they are the responsibility of the club. Parents can leave the hotel knowing that their children are well taken care of.
Any special kids menus or early meal times?: Meals can be ordered from room service at any time of day and from the Spa kitchen until 4pm.  Breakfast is served until 11am.

Policy of kids in restaurants: Children are allowed in all the hotel’s restaurants.
Extras: Parents are advised to bring their own suncream for the children (although the Club does have a big supply).

Half Moon Club / Jamaica

Children’s Centre

Open: All year round.
Ages: 3 – 10 years old. Children must be out of diapers. Children under 3 may visit the Centre with a babysitter / nanny.
Booking: On arrival although recommend pre-booking in peak periods.
Cost: Children’s Centre is free. Personal babysitters and nannies may be arranged with 24 hours notice at a cost of US$14 for the first three hours and US$4 per each hour following. Children still in diapers may visit the children’s centre if accompanied by a nanny.
Facilities / Activities: Game rooms with toys, videos, video games and a shaded playground with swings, slides, roundabout, and kiddies` pool. A variety of supervised crafts, activities and adventures including nature walks, treasure hunts, tug-o-war, water games, Jamaican story times, costume shows and reggae dance classes are offered throughout the week. Children’s bicycles may also be rented for enjoying the landscaped cycling trails. Every Sunday, children may participate in the popular Plant-a-Tree program, part of the resort’s environmental awareness program. There is also plenty to do for the older children including tennis clinics, volleyball, teen tennis, golf, squash, horseback riding and water sports galore. The games room has a pool table, miniature tennis table and a ping pong ball machine.
Any special kids menus or early meal times?: Special menus and early sittings are available at the Seagrape Terrace.
Policy of kids in restaurants: Children are welcome in each of the resort’s restaurants.
Extras: Parents are advised to bring their own suncream for the children.

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