Amlwch, Anglesey, N. Wales
Amlwch is a small town on the northern tip of Anglesey with an ageing population of just 1,400 people. It was once home to the largest copper mine in the world and its port was a centre of commercial fishing.
Industry has steadily declined since the 1970s, and the town has found it difficult to attract new employers. This has led to the many young residents moving away and local people having to travel for work.
Local regeneration and attempts to develop Amlwch as a heritage area to attract tourists have had limited impact, and the economic future of this town is uncertain.
A series of photo-narratives based on the short films mixing resident commentary with photographs and video stills to explore residents feelings about their community along with key social and economic issues.
films / resident images / narratives