This image gallery from the Richard Burton Archives, Swansea University is part of a series of posts on Environmental History for History Day 2021. It focuses on the impact of the copper industry on Swansea and its environs, and the Lower Swansea Valley Project, which aimed to re-nature and regenerate the area.
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