We’ve been living with this edge since 1894 in our hometown, and it has been growing. It is now threatening to encroach on the castle which is one of the landmarks of the area. In a peculiar twist, the site of this quarry belongs to a town which lies 10km to the south – whereas we are worried about an enlargement of the quarry, the other town is keen on the revenue generated by it. Luckily, the conflict was resolved last year, and works will be stopped soon. They are talking about recultivation but the stone wall is about 230 metres from the bottom to the edge of the forest.