Residents of a row of houses in Ystalyfera face uncertainty after being told their homes could collapse at any moment

The house seemed perfect for Amanda Hopkins and her family. It was large enough for her four children and close to other relatives, and she liked the view of hills and river from the kitchen windows.

Twelve months after moving in, Hopkins is in despair after she, her children and her neighbours were suddenly ordered to leave their row of terraced houses perched on the lower slopes of a mountain in the Swansea Valley in south Wales amid fears that their homes could collapse at any moment following a series of landslides.

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