Thousands of Welsh people moved to Liverpool in the hope of a better life and, by 1813, one in ten people in Liverpool was Welsh. Liverpool became known as the ‘Capital of North Wales’. Hosting the National Eisteddfod in 1929 was an opportunity for people to celebrate the music, literature and poetry at the heart of Welsh culture.
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