Dozens of traditional British crafts that have been practised for centuries are in serious danger of vanishing forever. Craftspeople, from flute makers to glass sign painters, and wagon builders to bell founders, are on the brink of extinction as fewer people are learning their skills, according to the Red List of Endangered Crafts.
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