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Whalley Hydro project's giant Archimedes screw fitted

3 September 2014 Last updated at 02:58 BST

A giant Archimedes screw has been lowered into place as part of a Lancashire community project to generate power.

Whalley Community Hydro Limited is building an electricity-generating water mill at Whalley Weir on the River Calder.

The group behind the scheme said the turbine would generate about £90,000 of electricity a year when completed.

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