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Luxury Self Catering Barn Conversion, Helford, Cornwall

Avallen Barn

In quiet countryside by Frenchman's Creek and near Helford village

Sleeps 8 in 4 bedrooms (+ 2 cots) Friday arrival Up to two well behaved dogs welcome
The Retreat

A large award-winning contemporary barn conversion set in an ancient Cornish farmstead. The retreat sleeps eight in comfort and has a spacious living area with well-equipped kitchen, a generous dining table and lots of comfy seating — plus exclusive use of a large garden. You’ll be close to Frenchman’s Creek and numerous beaches.

If you are looking for larger-sized holiday cottage on the Helford with a wow-factor, in an unspoilt location near the coast, and with plenty to do on the doorstep, then Avallen Barn is for you. This is a very special barn in a very special place, with its own large garden opening out to an orchard and wildflower meadows, and a footpath leading in one direction to Helford village, and in the other… to Frenchman’s Creek! Avallen is the largest of a small group of adjoining barns at Kestle Barton, an ancient Cornish farmstead situated above the spectacular Helford River. All of the buildings have been lovingly restored or imaginatively converted to the highest sustainability standards — one is a small, high-quality art gallery.

As soon as you arrive, two things will strike you about Avallen Barn. The first is the extraordinary amount of care that has been taken in the restoration. All of the original doors and windows have been cleverly incorporated into the new layout and all of the old hand-cut roofing tiles have been re-used and beautifully re-laid. Secondly, whilst Avallen is historic, it is also stunningly modern, with glass and steel architectural features and abundant technology to cook and entertain with. That ancient and modern can live together so happily is testament to the vision and commitment of the owner, and the skill of the award-winning conservation architect who created this holiday haven.

Beams in bedroom at Avallen Barn luxury holiday cottage near Helford

Inside Avallen

Passing through the original two-inch-thick barn door, and past the hallway with its contemporary staircase (and handy storage), you will step into the heart of Avallen — a very large open-plan living, dining and kitchen space, flooded with light and opening onto the large garden through French doors. Here, the enthusiastic cook can indulge culinary passion, taking advantage of the thoughtfully equipped kitchen with its array of appliances and utensils (most of which are cleverly hidden which gives the space a clean and uncluttered look). Beyond the welcoming pine dining table, those less-inclined to chop and simmer can wallow in yards of sofa, enjoying the wood-burner, indulging in the games console, or…. simply enjoying the solitude.

On the lime-rendered walls you will find striking contemporary paintings, and all fixtures and fittings are of the highest standard. Beyond the living area you will find bedroom one. This is the glamour bedroom, with sofa and writing desk, hotel-style zip-and-link super-king sized bed and its to-die-for en-suite bathroom — with walk-in shower and cavernous double-ended bath.

You will find two more bedrooms on the ground floor — another double with delightful views into the secluded garden, again with luxurious zip-and-link beds, and a cosy twin room. Also on the ground floor is the light and bright family bathroom. On the first floor a hang-out space invites play and interaction, with sofas, a football table, books and games. Beyond that is bedroom two — more like a mini-apartment than a bedroom, this loft-style space comes with the same generous king-sized zip-and-link beds as found elsewhere, but also boasts its own wood-burner, Juliette balcony, designer sofa and TV.

All rooms at Avallen have individually controlled underfloor heating, fuelled by carbon-neutral wood-chips, grown in local woodlands.

Living area inside Avallen Barn conversion luxury holiday accommodation near Helford

Kestle Barton

Avallen Barn is a part of the ancient farmstead of Kestle Barton, the whole of which has been lovingly restored. Here you will also find the Kestle Barton galley, with its changing displays, art workshops and beautiful sculpture garden. As well as the Avallen Barn, there are two other barns sleeping six and two, and the original Kestle Barton Farmhouse sleeping eight — making this a great place to book separate accommodation with friends and family. You’ll find the Kestle Barton Farmhouse and the barns Howthere and Mowhay on our website too…

The superb architectural quality or Kestle Barton has been acknowledged with several awards including the Conservation Category in the RIBA South West Town and Country Design Awards 2011, and the Green Apple Award 2011 for The Built Environment and Architectural Heritage.

The setting of Kestle Barton is enchanting. After passing through picturesque hamlets, and along typically winding and wooded Cornish lanes you will arrive at the farmstead. Turning in through the gate, you will pass the discreet art gallery (more about that later) and come to a halt in the old farm yard — there are spaces for four cars in front of your barn. Avallen forms one ‘wing’ of the rambling barns (there are two other smaller barn here that also have seasonal guests).

You can access the large rear garden around the side of Avallen, or through the property. The garden itself is laid to lawn, and you will find chunky garden dining furniture and a barbecue for al-fresco cooking and dining. Beyond your private space is a small kitchen-garden managed by the adjoining art gallery, and beyond that (over a small stile) is the art gallery’s own garden which is both beautiful and imaginative, and often contains sculptures. You can also access the meadows and orchard from here, which you can roam freely (both are shared by other guest and gallery visitors).

Many of the artists showcase by Kestle Barton gallery have international reputations, and exhibitions change regularly throughout the summer. Have a look at their website…

Things we love…

Well where to start? The award winning architecture, following conservation and sustainability principles, using natural materials and the eco-friendly heating system fuelled by locally-sourced woodchip. The captivating location… the art gallery… or the farm itself which continues its ancient role with beef cattle, orchards and a new walnut nuttery, but now managed in a benign, organic system to allows the rich and varied wildlife to thrive.

The surrounding area is one of west Cornwall’s most tucked-away secrets. Sheltered and wooded with ancient pathways meandering down to secret creeks. The farmstead is situated equally between du Maurier’s Frenchman’s Creek and the tiny village of Helford with its unforgettably ancient pub. Superb sailing waters, wooded valleys and creeks, impossibly charming fishing villages, stunning National Trust cliff-tops, pristine beaches and sweeping heathland are all to be found within a fifteen minute drive.

Alastair Sawday has visited and inspected Avallen Barn and he loves it too!

So well adapted to large family groups
The week went so quickly — we did all the usual local trips. Kynance Cove was spectacular and the cafe there is excellent. The Barn is so well adapted to large family groups. Loved the table football.
Kathy, Peter, Theo, Cliff & Francesca — November 2022

Retreat Features

  • Large garden with furniture and barbecue
  • Free WiFi
  • Direct access to countryside footpaths
  • Two cosy woodburners plus underfloor heating
  • Next door to Kestle Barton Art Gallery
  • A short walk from the peaceful Helford Village and river
Principal bedroom: super king bed (can be made into twin upon request) en suite
Bedroom two: super king bed (can be made into twin upon request)
Bedroom three: super king bed (can be made into twin upon request)
Bedroom four: twin beds
All bed linen and bath towels provided
Large well equipped kitchen
Fridge freezer
Additional fridge
Induction hob and oven
Dining area seating 8
Comfy sofas and chairs
Two big TVs and DVD player
Games area with football table
Books and rainy-day games
En suite bathroom with bath and shower
Family bathroom with bath and shower
Bathroom towels provided
Large, secure lawned garden (not ‘dog secure’)
Garden furniture
Shared meadows and orchard
Art gallery next door
Footpath to Frenchman’s Creek
Footpath to Helford Village
Private parking for 3 cars
Travel cot (no linen) and high chair on request
Up to two well behaved dogs welcome
Washing machine
Essential cleaning items
Underfloor heating throughout
Two wood burners
Friday standard changeover
Check in after 5pm
Check out before 10am
Internal steps with handrail
Stairs to second floor
Access to bedroom on ground floor
Access to bedroom via stairs
Please contact us for more accessibility information


To the west of Falmouth forming one side of the Lizard Peninsula, the Helford River is one of Cornwall’s most beautiful and dramatic areas. Here you will find scenic wooded creeks, typical Cornish villages, award winning sub-tropical gardens and access to some of the quieter beaches of Cornwall. The river has a rich history and has long been one of the most important in Cornwall. A few fishing boats still head out to sea from here and it’s a haven for leisure boating and yachts – as well as for wildlife. There are mussel and oyster beds here too, and rich farm land, giving the area a great reputation for food and drink.

Travel times

  • Avallen Barn is about 17 miles from the nearest mainline station at Camborne. Regular and convenient services run from all over the UK.
  • A short stroll from Frenchman’s Creek, Avallen Barn is situated near the picturesque village of Helford, just 25 minutes away from the market town of Helston. Driving time from London is five and a half hours in normal traffic while Exeter is around two and a half hours away. We’ll send you detailed route information before your departure.

Things we love

  • A scenic walk to Daphne du Maurier's much loved Frenchman's Creek
  • Just a ten minute woodland stroll to the fabulous food, drink and atmosphere of The Shipwrights Arms
  • Plenty of outdoor space - from the garden to the footpaths on your doorstep
  • Excellent watersports on offer on the sheltered waters of the Helford River

The helford river guide

Aerial view of the Helford River close to dog friendly holiday cottage called Little Wood On The Helford

Helford Village

The picturesque Helford Village with its riverside cottages, thatched roofs and stunning views is a true countryside village, with a village shop, cafe, and a great pub… be sure to take the time to visit all three. The village shop is brilliantly stocked with fresh bread, homemade cakes and local farm produce as well as all the basics, whilst the Holy Mackerel Cafe, housed in an old church, serves delightful food and show-stopping hot chocolates, complete with toasted marshmallows. Spend an evening at The Shipwrights Arms in Helford, sit out on the waterside decking as night falls and sample Cornish spirits, local ales and an excellent choice of wines too.

Helford Village may be small but what it lacks in size it certainly makes up for in quality. In addition to the local eateries, Helford Village has a certain charm that can only be found in small, rural villages. Sit on the quayside with a crabbing line, watch the sailing club race on the river or explore the river and nearby creeks on foot. On a sunny day, the river’s waters are crystal-clear but equally captivating on a grey, dull day.

On the water

The sheltered waters of the Helford River are a haven for those seeking watersports from our holiday cottages — and when the wind picks up, they’re also a favourite with those who are after a little more adrenaline, particularly sailing. There are several sailing clubs in the area, with Helford River Sailing Club in the heart of the village offering holiday membership if you really want to get in on the action.

From sailing boats to kayaks, whether you want an afternoon of fishing, exploring or paddling, the guys at Sailaway St Anthony can sort it out for you and can drop kayaks, motorboats and canoes for you in Helford Village. If you’re after a spot of fishing, you can expect pollack, wrasse, ray or even gilthead bream, and there’s plenty of shore fishing that’s accessible via the coastal footpath from Helford Village.

Creekside walks and garden exploring

The banks of the Helford River are delightfully sheltered, allowing flora and fauna to thrive along the coast paths. From woodland carpeted with bluebells and fields bursting with the yellow of daffodils in spring, to the scent of wildflowers in the heat of the summer sun, there’s always something colourful popping up through the soil in this area of Cornwall. It’s no surprise that these creeks provided inspiration to one of the country’s greatest novelists, Daphne du Maurier, whose popular novel, Frenchman’s Creek, takes its name from the creek just a short stroll from the village.

Of course, if you’re after something a little more rugged then head further around the Lizard Peninsula to the dramatic cliffs of Coverack, Cadgwith and Lizard Point. With grazing ponies on clifftops, crashing waves below and stunning views across the Atlantic, this part of the coastal footpath will blow the cobwebs away.



From the National Trust carpark at Bosveal, it’s a 5-minute walk down to this sand and shingle river beach flanked by huge pine trees and ancient oaks (the Helford is one of the very few places in the UK where ancient woodland meets the sea). It’s a favourite swimming and paddleboard spot with beautiful views across the river. There aren’t any facilities to speak of, but you can wander along to the tiny hamlet of Durgan next door for ice cream in the little hut — the beach here is at the bottom of the National Trust’s Glendurgan Gardens

Helford Passage

Helford Passage

On the northern banks of the Helford River, this sand and shingle river beach is a picturesque spot for a swim or paddle, with the ever-popular Ferryboat Inn just behind — grab a table on the terrace and watch the boats sail by. There’s a ferry crossing which operates between here and Helford Village on the opposite bank (April to October only) — this is where the South West Coast Path crosses the river on continue its course around the Lizard Peninsula.

Porth Saxon

Right on the South West Coast Path, this little sandy cove is a 10-minute walk down through fields and woodland from the church at Mawnan. It’s off-the-beaten-path location only adds to its appeal — it’s a beautiful, sheltered spot, a favourite place for ramblers and dog walkers. As the tide recedes, a stretch of sand is revealed and there’s a small stream and a boathouse set back from the shore.

Bosahan Cove

There’s a string of pretty coves and idyllic swimming spots along the southern banks of the Helford, too. Park in Helford Village and take the South West Coast Path east and you’ll come across several pretty swimming spots within a half hour walk. A favourite is the secluded Bosahan Cove, a sand and shingle beach backed by tall pines and with wonderful rocks to clamber on. Even on a beautiful day, chances are you’ll have the whole cove to yourself.

Food & drink

Pubs and inns

The ultimate summer dining spot, the 300-year old Ferryboat Inn is right on the coastal path. Their ‘farm to table’ policy means everything is as fresh as can be, with things like mackerel tacos, seafood linguine, and an unbeatable fish and chips on the menu. Grab a table out front and watch boats sail lazily past. Over the water, The Shipwrights Arms in Helford village is a pub for all seasons. The daily changing menu features the likes of Kynance crab, lobster, monkfish and mackerel, hauled onto the pub’s own slipway outside. Check out the pizza evenings in summer. On the southern slopes of Constantine, the family-run Trengilly Wartha sits in six acres of beautiful gardens. The menu features plenty of fusion cooking as well as seafood dishes and all the pub classics. This is wonderful walking country so muddy boots and wet dogs are welcome.


Colourful, wholesome, feel-good vegetarian food, much of which comes from the extensive veg gardens, is served in the beautiful converted greenhouses at the dog friendly Potager Garden Cafe. Outside, paths wind amongst the sprawling kitchen gardens, there are hammocks amongst the trees, chickens roaming about and flower gardens to explore. At the head of the Helford you’ll find the lovely Boatyard Cafe in Gweek open daily serving light lunches, such as flatbreads, bagels and chunky sandwiches, as well as craft beer and wine, coffee and cake. The courtyard garden, right on the water, is a little suntrap. The stylish cedar-clad Slice of Cornwall has become a bit of a local favourite, popular for its brunch, waffles and amazing cakes — dishes are fresh and packed with flavour. It’s a happy little place, with lovely staff, local textiles and pottery for sale on the shelves, and a terrace when the weather’s fine.

Buying local on the Helford

The Helford area is made up of lots of little country and creekside villages, each one with a strong and fiercely independent community spirit. In the villages of Mawnan Smith, Constantine, Gweek and Mawgan, the village shops support local producers and you’ll find fresh fish and meat, local milk (many have refill stations), and fruit and veg from the surrounding farms.

Find out more about buying local produce with our handy Local Food Guide to the Helford 


Things to do
Aquilegia At Glendurgan

Explore sub-tropical gardens

Take the ferry across the river to Helford Passage and visit the sub-tropical gardens of Trebah Garden or Glendurgan Gardens, and stroll through the gardens that tumble down to the riverside for a little more exotic horticulture. Come for the carpets of bluebells and primroses in spring; in summer for the cool and tranquil woodland glades, and ice cream on the beach. At Glendurgan you’ll find a second hand bookshop, plants for sale and a 180-year old maze. Trebah is packed with wild and wonderful flora and fauna, including 100-year old rhododendrons, an award-winning cafe, and a playground for children.

Discover creeks by kayak

Soak up the Helford from the water with Koru Kayaking. Although they’re based in St Agnes, they run guided kayak and paddleboarding trips from a private beach near Mawnan Smith. The two-hour trips are a great introduction to the area: paddle past oyster farms and the ancient oak woodlands that line the Helford and down Frenchman’s Creek, made infamous by Daphne du Maurier’s novel of the same name. Fantastic wildlife (sometimes a seal might pop up to say hello), shipwrecks, hidden creeks, and the chance for a dip on sunny days.

The Cornish Seal Sanctuary

Located in the quiet creekside village of Gweek, the Cornish Seal Sanctuary is a great day out. It’s home to otters, sea lions, penguins and of course, seals, and is dedicated to educating people on the struggles of marine life and why conservation for these animals is so important. Visit the penguins at feeding time, become a keeper for a day and see seals on their way to recovery at the seal hospital. You’ll need a few hours to wander around the various pools, and there are nature trails, a team of brilliant, informative staff who hold interesting talks about the sanctuary and its inhabitants throughout the day, and a good cafe serving vegan food.

Guests Say
  • Beautiful

    We had a wonderful time. Beautiful barn and beautiful weather. Visited many lovely places, what a great area.

    Moira, Steve, Suzy & Lottie the dog — June 2023
  • Will recommend

    We loved our stay here, sitting in the garden, playing board games at night and exploring the local area. The barn had everything we needed for our stay. We hope to return again and will recommend to family and friends.

    The Moruzzi family — May 2023
  • We love it here

    We love it here, as does Fred the Westie! Porthleven, Kynance, Kennack, Poldhu, Marazion — all stunning. Good food at Trelowarren and Porthleven especially. See you next year.

    Martin & Michel — April 2023
  • So well adapted to large family groups

    The week went so quickly — we did all the usual local trips. Kynance Cove was spectacular and the cafe there is excellent. The Barn is so well adapted to large family groups. Loved the table football.

    Kathy, Peter, Theo, Cliff & Francesca — November 2022
  • Idyllic

    What fun we had here, it was an amazing week. Fun games on the table football and lovely walks. We all loved the sailing school that all the kids did. The house was in an idyllic spot.

    The Smallpeice & Mahon families — August 2022
  • Stuff of dreams!

    What a joy to come to Helford again with the family and stay in Avallen and Mowhay! The garden is of course my favourite thing and the woodland going down to the river is the stuff of dreams! Perfect place - thank you.

    The Makloufs — August 2022
  • The Marlow family — July 2022
  • Rintje, Saskia, Steve & Lucy — July 2022
  • Thoroughly enjoyed the accommodation

    We all thoroughly enjoyed the accommodation. The beds are comfortable and the kitchen is very well equipped. This was our second visit here and will doubtless return again. We all had a lovely time!

    Tim, Catrin, Peter, Sarah, Will & Alison — January 2022
  • A magical Christmas!

    A fabulous third (lucky us!) stay this year - May, August and now for a magical Christmas! All the best for a happy and healthy 2022.

    The Marlow family — Christmas 2021
  • Lovely accommodation

    Thank you so much for the lovely accommodation. We really enjoyed our time here and we saw many exciting things including: wildlife, serpentinite geology, pasties, seals and Frenchman's Creek.

    The Burnetts — November 2021
  • Quality of everything is superb

    We've had a wonderful week here with simply fabulous weather; the barn is so comfortable and welcoming, and the quality of everything is superb. So much to see - we've not had time to do all we wanted, but we did take the ferry to Helford Passage, went to the Seal Sanctuary, Geever Tin mine, the Maritime Museum and Penlee Gallery. We'll be sure to return.

    Sue, Helen, Hilary & David — October 2021
  • Relaxed atmosphere

    A wonderful spacious barn, just perfect for our needs, great for our dog too! Relaxed atmosphere and lovely walks. Great to wander down to Helford for a sundowner! We have visited lots of places. An action packed week and we have all loved it. Would book again without hesitation!

    Ali, Paul, David & Sue — September 2021
  • A delightful base

    What a delightful base to explore from - we've loved the barn which has felt like home for the last week and especially enjoyed the football table. Many fun evenings competing with our grown up children. We were treated to a seal sighting off Lizard Point and also visited the local seal centre in Gweek. Too many coves to mention...all with their own special charm and great for energetic days. Great week! Will be back.

    The Cothers – September 2021
  • A wonderful base

    This is the second year that we and are our extended family have spent our holiday here — and we have booked it for next year! The buildings are spacious, beautifully designed, comfortable and also practical. It is a wonderful base to walk in the surrounding woodland and also close to the sea.

    The Makloufs — August 2021
  • A lovely holiday making memories

    We have had a lovely holiday, enjoying glorious weather. The children enjoyed Church Cove and Dollar Cove, exploring rock pools, surfing, swimming and kayaking. The cottage has been a lovely base to explore areas of Cornwall we have visited previously and to seek out new beaches. A lovely holiday making memories with family, thank you.

    The Porters & Wests — July 2021
  • The recharge we all needed

    It was our dream to stay near the Helford river and Avallen and Kestle Barton certainly matched our hopes. There was comfort, peace and calm in the beautiful surroundings of the garden, the wildflower meadow and orchard — it has given us the recharge we all needed. Trebah, Glendurgan and the Lizard/Kynance Cove are all within very easy reach and are fabulous for walks and beauty. We also loved cooking in the kitchen — the best equipped we have experienced. Thank you.

    The Horsfalls — June 2021
  • Fantastic outdoor area

    Avallen is without doubt the most beautiful house we've ever stayed in. Clean, well-equipped and fantastic outdoor area. The kitchen especially was absolutely terrific and it was a pleasure to cook in. Hope to be back soon.

    The Helleur family — June 2021
  • Beautifully clean, quiet and spacious

    We've rented a fair few cottages around the country and this one is definitely in our top three! Thank you for letting us stay in such a beautifully clean, quiet and spacious barn.

    The Costard family — March 2019
  • Beautiful

    Our second holiday at Avallen. We have had beautiful weather, sunshine and a full moon. Owls and buzzards around the fields. We have been to all the usual places: Coverack, Cadgwith, Lizard, Kynance Cove and St Ives.

    The Jennings — February 2019
  • Forever Cornwall Avallen Oct 2016
    The Benbow Family — October 2016
  • Memorable

    Kestle Barton has been a wonderful location for our daughter's wedding - the ceremony in the orchard, followed by the reception in a marquee in the wild flower meadow. A really memorable day of celebration, blessed with sunny weather, delightful views, a stunning harvest moon and lots of joy and laughter. Thank you Kestle Barton, everyone has been extremely helpful and accommodating.

    Rob & Alison — September 2016
  • A perfect location

    Our family of six really enjoyed our stay at the barn and within this rural and creative setting of the gallery and garden. A wonderful way to spend time and invest in the arts locally. Ideally placed by the foot paths. All in all a perfect location. Plus we loved sitting in the garden and playing the table football!

    The Taylor family — August 2016
  • Magic

    A wonderful week with our fabulous family in the glorious Cornish sunshine. Loved the location, the garden, the pub, the ferry, the river, the food and the magic of the place.

    The Cochrane-Gough family — August 2016
  • Really big garden

    We loved staying here and come every year for Easter. Really big garden, so it's lovely for Easter egg hunts or just playing outside — we can't wait to come back! Thank you Kestle Barton!

    Ruby, Ruth, Simon, Danny, Gemma, Sonny & Lynne — April 2016
  • Really cosy and comfortable house

    Lovely spot for an Easter week — really cosy and comfortable house and great choice of places to explore. Really recommend the Shipwrights and the Ship Inn pubs.

    Jane, Pete, Baxter, Jane & Lol — April 2016
  • It had it all!

    Wow, what can I say? Amazing Avallen Barn - just stunning and so very comfortable...don't want to leave. Table football battles, boules outside, wii challenger - it had it all! And for me? Well, what I want for my birthday is a house like this! Planning another visit already.

    The Marlow family — March 2016
  • A perfect retreat!
    Kelly, Ray, Jude, Helen, Jo & Nick — November 2015
  • Definitely five stars!
    Avallen Testimonial
    The Tutton family — December 2015
  • Great memories

    Sitting here on our last night and looking back on a wonderful few days... we have been to Land's End, Helford, the Lizard and St Ives – all have been lovely. The house has been fantastic, lots of space but cosy. Superb kitchen – we've baked cakes, cooked fantastic meals and played board games. It's been a fantastic half-term with our parents and children, 85-13! Frenchman's Creek is a great walk and the Shipwright's Arms was lovely. We've all fallen in love with here – the scenery, the lovely furniture, the fireplaces and the comfy beds. Thank you for some great memories.

    Clare, Guy, Vince, Andrea, Ben, Gini & Libby — October 2013
  • Fantastic!

    What a fantastic conversion! Love the oak floors, en suite shower, huge French doors and wood burning stoves. Garden outside the art gallery beautifully done. Love the swathers of verbena.

    Sharon & family — August 2013
  • Amazing

    This place is amazing. We were nine – ranging in age from grandfather to grandson with lots in between. It's a wonderful base from which to explore great scenery and go swimming in the sea. We also sailed and ate lots of nice local food. The cooker is also real fun to play with!

    The Findley family — August 2013
  • Felt so welcome

    Really beautiful place. Amazing house - so spacious and comfortable. Lovely gardens too. Great family time – we felt so welcome with the flowers, bread and wine. Thank you.

    Alain, Carine, Thibault, Adrian & Jodie — August 2013
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