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Repairing and rebuilding Whaley Bridge dam 'will take years and cost millions'

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Repairing and rebuilding Whaley Bridge dam 'will take years and cost millions'

Repairing and rebuilding Whaley Bridge dam 'will take years and cost millions'

Work on the damaged dam in Whaley Bridge will take years and cost "millions", the project manager has said.

More than 1,500 people were evacuated from the Derbyshire town from August 1 due to fears that the dam wall at the Toddbrook Reservoir would collapse after heavy rain.


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