The Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park Planning Authority to revise operation at the Cononish project

MINEX FORUM | August 22, 2017
img0 Image: aboutbritain.com The Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park Planning Authority has received and validated mining firm Scotgold Resources’ application for a revision of the existing permitted operation at the Cononish gold and silver project in Scotland, said mining-technology.com. The validation marks the beginning of the statutory determination period, with Scotgold hoping for a decision to ...

Cornish Lithium raises £1 million for exploration on a lithium project

MINEX FORUM | August 14, 2017
img0 Cornish Lithium announces that it has secured a £1 million investment from a group of highly experienced mining and natural resources investors. The funds raised will enable the Company to commence exploration activities on the ground in Cornwall. The initial focus will be to collate all relevant data on lithium occurrences in Cornwall and to assemble ...

Strongbow Exploration begins designing a water treatment plant at the South Crofty Project

MINEX FORUM | June 8, 2017
img0 Strongbow Exploration Inc. (TSX-V: SBW) announce that Siltbuster Process Solutions Ltd. (“SPS”) and Nomenca Ltd. (“Nomenca”) have been engaged to undertake Process Specification and Outline Design Works for a water treatment plant at Strongbow’s South Crofty project located in Cornwall, UK. Strongbow successfully completed water treatment trials in March 2017 and subsequently has submitted an application ...

Scotgold Resources agreed with two of Scotland’s preeminent manufacturing jewellers

MINEX FORUM | June 7, 2017
img0 Scotgold Resources Ltd announced that a sales agreement has been signed with two of Scotland’s preeminent manufacturing jewellers. This agreement covers the first refining batch (approximately 16oz) of Scottish Gold made available for jewellery (and only the second refining batch produced to date) from Scotgold’s Bulk Processing Trial (BPT) at the Cononish Gold and Silver ...

Memorial to miners dead in the largest England mine disaster was opened in Barnsley

MINEX FORUM | May 8, 2017
img0 Image:yorkshirepost.co.uk The explosion made the ground shake for miles around, and flames erupted from 300 yards below. All around Barnsley – it was just before Christmas – “black snow” and burning wood fell out of the sky. The apocalyptic scenes of December 1866 claimed 361 lives in England’s worst coal-mining disaster, yorkshirepost reported. The Oaks ...