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MINING MAPS CAN BE VIEWED PRIOR TO THE MEETING

Mining maps can be viewed from 5.00pm in the Town Hall on Thursday 16th February, prior to this meeting.

CALLINGTON TOWN COUNCIL HAVE CALLED

A PUBLIC MEETING TO BE HELD IN THE

TOWN HALL 7PM ON

THURS 16TH FEBRUARY 2017

THE OBJECT OF THIS MEETING WILL BE TO DISCUSS THE EXPLORATION DRILLING IN  KELLY BRAY HISTORIC MINING AREA

A total of around 20 holes are currently planned and to depths of up to 500 metres. The drilling programme is expected to take about 6 months. Local landowners have been contacted concerning access to their land and communication sessions for local residents have been held at the Swingletree pub during December and January, by Cornwall Resources Ltd

Maps about the drilling locations will be on display at this meeting.

So please try to attend and make your views known to the Town Council and take the opportunity to ask any questions or explain any concerns you have to Jeff Harrison, the Mining Consultant.

We appreciate that this may be a very well attended event and ask that any questions are limited to 3 minutes per person, allowing as many people as possible the opportunity to express their views.

THANK YOU IN ANTICIPATION OF YOUR ATTENDANCE

Mining Public Meeting

Kit Hill Mine 1

Exploratory Drilling in Kelly Bray Historic Mining Area

You are probably already aware of the recent interest in the tin mineral lodes immediately around southern Kelly Bray. Cornwall Resources Ltd who control the mineral resources in the local area expect to commence drilling in the spring.

A total of around 20 holes are currently planned and to depths of up to 500 metres. The drilling programme is expected to take about 6 months. Local landowners are currently being contacted concerning access to their land.

Cornwall Resources Ltd are also in discussions with Cornwall Council, Callington Town Council and Kelly Bray Residents Association concerning the planned drilling programme.

Following discussions with local Councillors, Cornwall Resources have arranged for several communication sessions with the residents of Kelly Bray so that any questions about the drilling and future potential for mining around Kelly Bray can be answered. The location will be at the Swingletree pub in their conservatory area at 7pm for approximately one hour on the following dates;

January, Wednesday 18th – Jeff Harrison

January, Tuesday 31st – Jeff Harrison

 

Jeff Harrison is a local Mining Consultant working for Cornwall Resources.

 Note: Cornwall Resources is a 50:50 joint venture between New Age Exploration and Strategic Minerals.

 

Jeff Harrison

Mob: 07403568770

email: jeffharrison56@hotmail.com