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A huge catapult is back in action after being repaired

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A huge catapult called a trebuchet is back in action after being repaired at Warwick Castle.

The massive missile launcher is the largest working one of its type in the world.

Cannonballs are set on fire and thrown across a field as part of a display of medieval warfare.

The main arm of the machine developed a big crack so it couldn't be used until it was fixed.

It cost £40,000 to it.