Cofiwch Dryweryn on the A487 just north of the village of Llanrhystud, has recently under gone a transformation with the site being cleared and fenced with the erection of scaffolding for masonry work to begin.
William Gapper and Justin Jenkins of Aberaeron, hope to complete the masonary work by Friday, reconstructing the mural to its original state, using original stone and traditional building materials, with the help of historic photographs as reference material which date from 1965.
In recent years the site has suffered several attacks of vandalism, renewing calls for the sites protection.
Cofiwch Dryweryn Remembered
The mural marks the flooding of the Tryweryn valley, which contained the Welsh speaking village of Capel Celyn, near Bala.
The slogan was painted in 1965 after the village of Capel Celyn in Gwynedd was flooded to create a reservoir to provide water for Liverpool.
How do you remember Tryweryn Valley
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