A local guide to move in Turnham Green

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Wikipedia gives us the quick following overview of the area: “ Turnham Green is a public park on Chiswick High Road, Chiswick, London, and the neighbourhood and conservation area around it; historically, it was one of the four medieval villages in the Chiswick area, the others being Old Chiswick, Little Sutton, and Strand-on-the-Green. Christ Church, a neo-Gothic building designed by George Gilbert Scott and built in 1843, stands on the eastern half of the green. A war memorial stands on the eastern corner. On the south side is the old Chiswick Town Hall. “

The facilities you might need in Turnham Green

We have compiled for you a list of the different places you might want to check in Turnham Green name before moving in the neighbourhood.

What schools are in the area of Turnham Green?

Having a nearby school is a plus when moving. Below are schools located by Turnham Green. This table is especially important to pay attention to if you are trying to find a place for your child to learn in the next few years.

School Name Address Average Rating Number of ratings
Chiswick Nursery and Pre-School Academy 4 Marlborough Road, Chiswick, London 3.8 21
GL Education Group Vantage West, Great West Road, London N/A N/A
Kumon Maths & English Chiswick Town Hall, Heathfield Terrace, London 5 7
First Class Learning – Chiswick 1a, 3a Sutton Court Road, Chiswick, London 4.8 12
Lawrence Kormornick Barley Mow Centre, 10 Barley Mow Passage, London N/A N/A
Banana Moon Day Nursery 2 Bollo Lane, London 4.5 8
Dynamic piano lessons 2 Duke’s Avenue, London 5 11
ER 566 Chiswick High Road, London N/A N/A
The Chiswick Kindergarten 15 Fraser Street, London N/A N/A
Heathfield House School Infantry 26 Oxford Road North, London N/A N/A
Belmont Primary School 1 Belmont Road, London 4.9 12
Elmwood Montessori School, Preschool and Forest School, Chiswick St Michael’s Centere, Elmwood Road, London 5 2
St Mary’s R C Primary School Duke Road, London 4.5 4
Bright Horizons Chiswick Park Day Nursery and Preschool Evershed Walk, London 4.3 4
Orchard House School 16 Newton Grove, Chiswick, London 5 2
Our Lady Queen of Peace Day Nursery 10 Chiswick Lane, London 4 4
Heathfield House School Turnham Green Church Hall, Heathfield Gardens, London 4.4 8
Buttercups Nursery – Chiswick 38 Grange Road, London N/A N/A
Maggie & Rose Chiswick Family Members Club 1 Essex Place Square, London 3.8 68
The William Hogarth School Duke Road, Chiswick, London 4 8

Are there many post offices in the region of Turnham Green?

Nearby post offices make sending and getting packages a breeze. Post office branches in Turnham Green provide services like money orders and postal insurance alongside mail services. You can take a look for yourself to see where they are located below.

Post Office Name Address Average Rating Number of ratings
Chiswick Post Office 1 Heathfield Terrace, London 2.3 360
SKY Express Limited 86 Barley Mow Passage, London 0 0
Postbox 278A Chiswick High Road, Chiswick, London 0 0
Postbox 35 Bollo Lane, London 0 0
Post Box 67 Duke Road, Chiswick, London 0 0

How many hospitals, pharmacies and doctors are there in Turnham Green?

Turnham Green has 10 medical institutions. These include hospitals, doctors offices, pharmacies and other stores providing medical attention. Here are the details the nearby medical institutions (1000 radius of the area).

Medical institution Name Address Average Rating Number of ratings
Holly Road Medical Centre Medical Centre, 2A Holly Road, London 3 54
Chiswick Chinese Medicine Clinic 2a Acton Lane, Chiswick 4.8 18
Dr Sarah Davies Bond House, 347 – 353 Chiswick High Road, London 5 9
Dr Martin Gray Chiswick Medical Centre, 347-353 Chiswick High Road, London N/A N/A
Panacea Health Bond House, 347-353 Chiswick High Road, Chiswick, London 5 1
The West London Clinic Bond House, 347-353 Chiswick High Road, Chiswick, London 5 12
Chiswick Medical Centre, part of HCA Healthcare UK Bond House, 347-353 Chiswick High Road, Chiswick, London 3.7 63
Chiswick Menopause Clinic Bond House, HCA Chiswick Outpatients, 347-353 Chiswick High Road, London 5 9
London prp hair clinic 154 Chiswick High Road, Chiswick, London N/A N/A
Menopause Care – Chiswick 140 Chiswick High Road, London N/A N/A

In Turnham Green, what tube and train stations are nearby?

Having to walk more than 10 to 15 min to reach public transportation is usually considered as a downside when considering a property to live in. To simplify this, we curated the list of train and tube station of Turnham Green to help you find what would be the best location for you to move in. There are 6 train or tube stations within the Turnham Green area. Here are the main ones

Train or tube station name Address Average Rating Number of ratings
Gunnersbury Overground Ltd, Chiswick High Road, London 3.4 86
Chiswick Park Station United Kingdom 3.8 26
South Acton United Kingdom 3.9 31
Turnham Green United Kingdom 4.4 5
Chiswick Park Bollo Lane, Chiswick, London 3.6 44
Turnham Green Chiswick, London 3.8 65

What kind of things are there to do in the city of Turnham Green?

Turnham Green is full of life and things to do. We suggest looking at Timeout for their weekly Turnham Green event listings to find local activities. Here’s a convenient link to see their upcoming happenings. Having a good grasp of what’s in Turnham Green and where helps get situated when moving. Our map compiles property price points and other details from this article to outline what’s available in Turnham Green.

Things we love about Turnham Green

Turnham Green has a distinct culture and atmosphere. At Cozee we looked at features that define the area’s vibe like food, nightlife, green space, and more. Whether you love to eat or you love to take part in the night life of a city, Turnham Green has something for your tastes. Explore spots below to get a feel for life here.

What are the range of supermarkets like?

Grocery shopping is something that people do all the time, so it would make sense to want to find out where the nearest shopping centres are in your area. In Turnham Green, Take a look at the major supermarkets nearby, so you know where to go grocery shopping if you are to make this place your home.

We weren’t able to find any supermarket in this area. If we were wrong, tell us in the comments the name and address of your local supermarket or grocery store. We’ll amend this page

Restaurants

Turnham Green has a range of different eateries. This is important for someone who is moving to an area who wants to be able to eat out and not cook every day. The below table gives you an overview of what options you have.

Restaurant Name Address Average Rating Number of ratings
Clayton Hotel Chiswick 626 Chiswick High Road, London 4.3 2168
La Trompette 3-7 Devonshire Road, London 4.3 741
Franco Manca Chiswick 144 Chiswick High Road, London 4.3 1584
Gourmet Burger Kitchen (GBK) 131 Chiswick High Road, London 4.3 677
The Crown & Anchor 374 Chiswick High Road, Greater, Chiswick, London 4.3 674
May’s Chinese Cuisine 17 Devonshire Road, London 4.3 148
The Catch of Chiswick: Fish N’ Chips 293 Chiswick High Road, London 4.3 85
Faanoos Restaurant 472 Chiswick High Road, London 4.3 520
The Duke of Sussex 75 South Parade, London 4.3 918
The George IV, Chiswick 185 Chiswick High Road, London 4.3 1671
Zizzi – Chiswick 235 Chiswick High Road, London 4.3 1074
The Swan 1, 119 Evershed Walk, Acton Lane, Chiswick, London 4.3 639
Le Vacherin 76-77 South Parade, London 4.3 532
Lara Restaurant Park Corner, 3-4 Bedford, Turnham Green Terrace, London 4.3 427
Honest Burgers Chiswick 148 Chiswick High Road, London 4.3 1006
Côte Chiswick 50-54 Turnham Green Terrace, Chiswick, London 4.3 960
Packhorse & Talbot 145 Chiswick High Road, London 4.3 928
Wild Bunch Juicery 402 Chiswick High Road, London 4.3 169
Crepeaffaire Chiswick 382 Chiswick High Road, London 4.3 384
Rhythm & Brews. 22 Walpole Gardens, London 4.3 543

Museums & Galleries in the region

The vitality of a community stems from its residents who live, work, and engage with one another. Exploring an area through art offers a fresh perspective. If you’re considering relocating to Turnham Green, we highly suggest exploring the local galleries, museums, and cultural establishments. They offer delightful weekend activities and contribute to the vibrant atmosphere of the region.

Museum name Name Address Average Rating Number of ratings
Hogarth’s House Hogarth Lane, Great West Road, London 4.4 185
Playground Chiswick Common 34 Fishers Lane, Chiswick, London N/A N/A

What type of green space is there in Turnham Green?

One of London’s best features is the large array of public parks and green spaces. See if Turnham Green offers room to explore and maybe take your dog for a walk.

Park Name Address Average Rating Number of ratings
Jubilee Gardens Belvedere Road, London 4.5 1413
Elm Court 1 Pump Court, London 4.3 6
Middle Temple Gardens 3 Middle Temple Lane, Temple, London 4.7 82
Bernie Spain Gardens South Bank, London 4.4 488
Bloomsbury Square Garden 14 Bloomsbury Square, London 4.3 2017
The Phoenix Garden 21 Stacey Street, London 4.6 461
LGBT Chairs ️‍ Ground Floor, South East Wing, Bush House, 300 Strand, London 5 1
Victoria Embankment Gardens 4 Temple Place, Temple, London N/A N/A
Potnotch Jubilee Market, Tavistock Street, London 5 1
London Memorial Garden Savoy Place, London 3.8 4
Drury Lane Gardens 58 Drury Lane, London 3.9 16
Fountain Court Temple, London 4.6 8
Southbank boardwalk South Bank, Unnamed Road, London 4.8 13
Street Art Skaterpark 337-338 Belvedere Road, London N/A N/A
National Theatre garden terrace South Bank, National Theatre, London N/A N/A
The Diamond Jubilee Penny Maze Henrietta Street, London 5 1
Southbank (River Thames South) Walkpath. Unnamed Road, London 4.8 18
Victoria Embankment Gardens Villiers Street, London 4.6 2523
Diamond Jubilee Garden St Pauls Church, Bedford Street, London 4.4 12
BIG 7 7 Bell Yard, London N/A N/A

Are there any good pubs in Turnham Green?

As Londoners, we cherish our local pubs. Turnham Green has some great go-to spots. From smaller, more family run chains to larger pubs like WeatherSpoons, there is a pub for everyone in the area.

Pub name Name Address Description
Bollo 13 Bollo Lane Acton Green W4 5LR Corner pub hidden away behind Chiswick Park station. Built in 1885 as the Railway Tavern, it was renamed the Bollo House in 2000. Spacious, and now best described as a community-centred gastropub with a good ambience. Four ale handpumps often with local London ales. All-day Sunday roasts. Watch pub website for offers.
Duke of Sussex 75 South Parade Acton Green W4 5LF The Duke of Sussex is named after one of Queen Victoria’s uncles rather than Meghan’s husband. It dates from the 1840s and was originally owned by a Suffolk Brewer. By the 1890s it was owned by the Cannon Brewery of Clerkenwell and later by the Lion Brewery, For much of the 20th century it was a Taylor Walker house. Rebuilt in 1898 with a mock Tudor frontage, it has a central island counter with exposed floorboards, alcove seating and etched glass screens. Up to five (but usually three) rotating guest ales are available. mostly from London and the Home Counties. The rear room, the decorative ceiling of which is listed, is dedicated to diners and leads through to a large and welcoming garden with hidden corners. It is both a local and a gastro-pub. There is generally a pub quiz here on Sunday evenings. Next to the terminus of the 94 bus.
Swan 1 Evershed Walk, 119 Acton Lane Acton Green W4 5HH Street corner pub dating from 1871, which retains a local drinking character despite the addition of a well-regarded gastropub area into part of the original garden – still one of the best pub gardens in West London. The ever-present Timothy Taylors Landlord is joined by St Austell Tribute. The pub exterior regularly appeared in a 1980s sitcom, and familiar faces from current TV can often now be seen. From ‘Acton’s Pubs and Inns (1989) : “At the Acton Green end of Acton Lane, the lane takes a sharp right turn and then a left turn round an old field boundary. On the corner of this last turn stands the Swan. Acton Lane is an ancient way and there was a cluster of cottages here in early days. The pub is however first recorded in 1871 when the publican was James Brown who owned the house when it passed to the Phoenix Brewery, Latimer Road. The area around that part of Acton Lane was built up rapidly during that period. The pub passed to the Law Guarantee Trust and in 1909 to Charringtons. It survived the rebuilding in the area, was renovated and added to ; although the original house can still be seen. It still retains its original garden and some of the trees.” It is rumoured that the pub survived demolition in the 1970s as part of the building of the Beaconsfield Road Council Estate next door because the then Leader of the Council was a regular there.
Bell & Crown 11-13 Thames Road. (rear entrance 72 Strand-on-the-Green) Chiswick W4 3PF Deservedly popular riverside pub with a rear patio and conservatory overlooking the Thames. Interior panelling and lowish ceiling lends to a cosy and comfortable ambience. There is a real fire in the winter. Kitchen open 9am for Breakfast at Weekend.
Bulls Head 15 Strand On The Green Chiswick W4 3PQ Grade II listed historic 16th century riverside pub. The interior is a warren of drinking areas on various levels, with the lowest, the “Duck & Grouse” serving as a restaurant.
Chiswick Memorial Club Association Afton House, Bourne Place, Chiswick Chiswick W4 2EL Ex-servicemen’s club, located in a Grade II listed building. Afton House was built in 1800 but has been the home of the Chiswick Memorial Club since 1919. The freehold was given to the club by the owners of the Cherry Blossom Shoe Polish company, to be used by ex-servicemen. Now used also by many other local clubs and societies. The club has 4 full sized snooker tables.
Chiswick Pavilion 12 Riverside Drive Chiswick W4 2SP The bar of Chiswick Cricket Club is open to the public.
City Barge 27 Strand On The Green Chiswick W4 3PH Built in 1484 and originally called the Navigators Arms it later became the Bohemia Head and the City Navigation Barge, after the Lord Mayor’s barge which used to be moored nearby during the winter. The Beatles video for ‘Help’ was reputed to be filmed inside the City Barge. The pub had an extensive refurbishment in early 2014 and the interior is now light and bright and clean-looking, having the feel of a renovated country pub. The downstairs has now become a restaurant with locally-sourced seafood a speciality. The upstairs at street level is the bar, with a good selection of six rotating real ales and a cider; the ales include an own-label Argy Bargy and it is intended to change beers on a regular basis and also support craft breweries. Beers are served in old style pint pots which adds to the enjoyment! The Ale Manager is knowledgable and helpful, and can suggest good pairings of ales and food. Service and staff friendliness have received good reviews. Function room and WCs are on the uppermost level and there is a nice garden at the back of the pub, with outside tables on the river side. NB the towpath by the pub is subject to occasional but rapid tidal flooding so if trapped you may need to make your escape via the road entrance. NB. This is now a CARD ONLY payment pub.
Crown & Anchor 374 Chiswick High Road Chiswick W4 5TA First licensed by 1824 and enlarged in 1936, this used to be Young’s only outlet in Chiswick until sold on. Grade II listed, the superb external tiling still provides evidence of its former ownership. Taken over by M & B from Convivial at the end of October 2013 and refurbed in rustic style in March 2014, it now has a freshly cooked food offering and Sunday roasts. There is a mixture of wooden tables and seating and an open kitchen towards the back, with about a third of the available tables laid up for meal service. A selection from 12 Real ales on rotation daily. Quiz night Tuesday.
Fullers Brewery Shop Griffin Brewery, Chiswick Lane South Chiswick W4 2QB The Fuller’s brewery shop includes an experimental Pilot Brewery and a ‘Growler Bar’ where you you can buy bottled beer, cider, wine, spirits, gift packs, merchandise and much more. There is seating in the store so you can enjoy a brewery fresh pint/or fill-up a growler to take home. NB. Closed on Bank Holidays.
George & Devonshire 8 Burlington Lane Chiswick W4 2QE Large two-bar pub with an attractive Georgian red-brick frontage, only a few yards from the brewery. Called the George until 1823, when it was renamed to avoid confusion with the George IV in Chiswick High Road. One of the brewery’s oldest tied houses, having been bought in 1701, along with two cottages, for £70. Dick Turpin is said to have drunk here before his ride to York. This Grade II-listed pub just off the Hogarth roundabout, with its flyover on the A4, parades its rich local history within the Old Chiswick area on a board on the front. Relatively insulated from the traffic noise, it has recently (autumn 2015) been refurbished to a high standard.
George IV 185 Chiswick High Road Chiswick W4 2DR There has been a pub here in the heart of Chiswick since 1777 and the present inter-war pub had a substantial makeover in 2014. But it is still reputed to have its own ghost, George! It has a large mainly open-plan bar with a mixture of seating including comfortable sofas, and a mezzanine bar area. There are twelve real ale pumps serving Fuller’s beers plus one or two guests, and a good variety of craft beer and lager taps. The large Boston Room at the back hosts the Headliners Comedy Club (admission charge) and is also available for private hire for parties and conferences; it is furnished in art deco style with its own bar.
Gunnersbury 590 Chiswick High Road Chiswick W4 5RP Once a bikers’ pub with rock’n’roll bands playing, it then became the John Bull and in its most recent makeover, the Gunnersbury. It’s bang opposite Gunnersbury tube/overground station. Modern decor and light-wood furniture. Breakfast is served and the last food service orders are 9.30 pm. Stone-baked pizzas a speciality. Some occasional live music. Normally two or more local ales are on and it is the pub’s intention to expand the range.
Lamb 9 Barley Mow Passage Chiswick W4 4PH Originally established in the 19th century The Lamb Brewery has played a major role in Chiswick’s rich brewery heritage. Sold by Convivial to M & B at the end of October 2013 when the microbrewery ceased operations, and now sister pub to the Crown and Anchor across the road. Decorated in rustic style; Sunday roasts available. Real ales plus craft beers; see pub website for special offers.
Old Pack Horse 434 Chiswick High Road Chiswick W4 5TF There has been a pub on this site for a long time, and “Ye Pack Hors in Turnam Greene” was mentioned on a trader’s token of 1669 used in lieu of money. It was called the Lower Packhorse until 1812 (cf. Packhorse & Talbot a few hundred yards east). This is now a Grade II-listed corner pub last rebuilt around 1910 by the great pub architect Nowell Parr. Refurbished recently, it has a beautiful frontage often featured in local photographs, and a view across Turnham Green. With ornate woodwork and glasswork including some stained glass panels, it is one of London’s Real Heritage Pubs. Five drinking areas include a snug, and a Thai restaurant towards the back which can also provide takeaway. Note the tiny inglenook snug bar with its leather banquettes. An illuminated bar sign refers to the long-gone Chiswick Empire, and walls display theatre memorabilia and Victorian bottles. The current manager hopes to expand to a fifth ale pump, and as well as the draught beers there is an increasingly adventurous range of keg beers. Bottled beers go up to a Belgian Chimay at 9% ABV! On Friday nights (late opening) there is a DJ from 9pm.
Packhorse & Talbot 145 Chiswick High Road Chiswick W4 2DT Large, plush, well-lit and comfortable lounge bar refurbished in 2002. The rear patio beer garden makes it good for warm weather drinking. Named the Upper Packhorse until 1812; the present premises were rebuilt by Watneys in 1935. Note the unusual hollow pub sign. The name is believed to derive from the talbot, one of only two dogs used in heraldry (along with the the greyhound) as a companion to and guardian of the packhorse driver. Following a demolition notice posted by the landlord in summer 2014 Hounslow Council has now designated the surrounding area as the Chiswick High Road conservation area.
Pilot 56 Wellesley Road Chiswick W4 4BZ Neighbourhood pub with pleasant, decked, partly-covered beer garden/patio and garden. A 2016 refurbishment has introduced post-modern decor, with exposed brickwork, tiling and plenty of wood in the light and airy bar and eating area. Gins are a speciality – note the home-made infusions in glass flasks behind the bar (rhubarb & custard, anyone?). Handy for Chiswick Business Park and the Russian Orthodox Church. The separate function room is a converted stable, said to have been used by horses pulling freight barges along the Thames nearby.
Queen’s Head 12 Sutton Lane North Chiswick W4 4LD Very close to the traffic of the A4 but tucked in a side street behind the Porsche garage, the building is in “Brewers Tudor” style designed by the great pub architect Nowell Parr. Three distinct floor areas, including a bar and dining room. Now reopening with a new owner and will be run as a ‘gastropub’. The independent, family-run pub restaurant provides a comprehensive menu including steaks, grilled meats, fish and Sunday roasts.
Roebuck 122 Chiswick High Road Chiswick W4 1PU The pub has a fairly large footprint with a garden/patio area at back, and was once known for its bowling green and extensive stabling. The rear area is laid for dining but there is normally plenty of room at the front for drinkers. Real ale on at least two handpumps including often London-local ones, plus a good selection of craft beers and lagers. A quality food offering but also including a cheap lunch deal. The Sunday menu includes roasts.
Steam Packet 85 Strand on the Green Chiswick W4 3PU After previous incarnations the premises has now reverted back to its original 1870s name ‘Steam Packet’. It reopened in July 2020 as part of the Brunning & Price restaurant group. The bar features a unique brass hand rail with mermaids fixings. There is a more private and cosy area towards the back of the pub, with an additional upstairs dining/drinking area and balcony over-looking the river. Directly opposite the pub and situated by the river wall are some tables and seats. The Thames walk foot path is close by and is a short walk from Kew Bridge Station and bus stops. NB. Due to the physical limitations of the building prams are not allowed inside at any time. Also, Strand on the Green is within a ULEZ.
Tabard 2 Bath Road Chiswick W4 1LW A pub that dates back to 1880 and was built as part of the Bedford Park estate, the first London garden suburb. It was welcomed in 1880 by the local journal, the Bedford Park Gazette, which expressed the hope that it would stop the sale of alcoholic liquors through other channels to the estate workmen building the new houses. The pub is Grade II*-listed and has now been registered with Hounslow Council as an Asset of Community Value, Hounslow ACV 001 and renewed 014. Notable interior features include tiling by William de Morgan and Walter Crane, and Arts & Crafts mirrors and pictures. The swing sign is based on the original painted by TM Rooke in 1880 and, amazingly, during refurbishment in 2016, the long-lost original sign was found again; it is hoped it can be conserved in due course. There are four distinct drinking areas (two bars, a dining area and a ‘snug’), and ten hand pumps serve a cider (usually Westons Old Rosie) and regularly changing guest ales, sourced both nationally and locally. (If it is a hot spell the number of ciders may temporarily increase.) There is also a good range of unusual bottled beers, and keg craft beers such as Beavertown and Camden. Two-pint takeaway cartons are available. A comprehensive selection of board games are available. Evening live music on Sat. and a Wed. quiz are usually in the dining area. There is an article on chiswickw4.com about the relaunch of the upstairs theatre later in 2022.

Gyms in Turnham Green

As remote work becomes more prevalent, there’s a corresponding rise in gym attendance to maintain fitness. With options like David Lloyd, TheGym, and others, Turnham Green could be instrumental in helping you stay in shape – a valuable amenity in close proximity.

Gym Name Address Average Rating Number of ratings
Virgin Active Unit 3, 566 Chiswick High Road, London 4.3 385
BYC hot yoga First Floor, The Studio, Essex Place, London 4.3 61
West 4 Gym Sutton Lane Gymnasium, Sutton Lane North, London 4.3 77
Ten Health & Fitness Chiswick Barley Mow Centre, Barley Mow Passage, Chiswick, London 4.3 67
Banking on fitness Personal Training 166 Watchfield Court, Sutton Court Road, London 4.3 N/A
Oona Series 277, 279 Chiswick High Road, London 4.3 200
CYKL HAUS BOUTIQUE (Gym,Spinning Classes,Personal Trainer,Chiswick London) 1A Devonshire Road, London 4.3 59
YogalifeON Duke Road, Hogarth Community and Youth Centre, London 4.3 1
Barrecore Chiswick Rear Offices, 12 Turnham Green Terrace, Chiswick, London 4.3 8
Kim Saha Physiotherapy and Pilates 22 Whitehall Gardens, Chiswick, London 4.3 2
Tru Dru Yoga The Avenue, Chiswick, London 4.3 1
The Running Lab The Lightbox, Power Road, London 4.3 28
advantage fitness 129 Power Road, Chiswick, London 4.3 N/A
Yogaplusexercise Bath Road, London 4.3 N/A
London Kickboxing 14 Bath Road, London 4.3 35
Sweaty Betty 62 Turnham Green Terrace, London 4.3 11
Revival Spa Chiswick High Road, Chiswick, London 4.3 1
Metabolic Fitness Chiswick 1a Devonshire Road, Chiswick High Road, London 4.3 12
Studio 17 140 Chiswick High Road, London 4.3 22
Yoga 8 Essex Place, London 4.3 N/A

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