Group spokesman Howard Huws told The Telegraph: “We’re facing the perfect storm. We've got rocketing house prices that are turning Welsh-speaking communities into ghost towns because of people being priced out.
Slate has been quarried in the hill of Gwynedd for almost 2,000 years. Production boomed in the 19th century, and eventually the region serviced the growing demand for roofing created by the Industrial Revolution. Liverpool lost its status due to the development of its historic waterfront.
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