Cornish Lithium, the pioneering mineral exploration and development company that is headquartered at the Tremough Innovation Centre in Penryn, is proposing to drill a research borehole near Twelveheads, Chacewater early this year to test for lithium in geothermal waters, from samples that have been pumped up from naturally permeable structures within the underlying rock. Further details of the Company’s proposed work programme at Twelveheads can be found on its website at https://cornishlithium.com/projects/lithium-in-geothermal-waters/twelveheads/.
“As part of our community engagement programme for this proposed research borehole, we are hosting four public information events at locations around the Twelveheads area in the coming weeks,” explains Operations Manager, Mike Round.
The details of these events are as follows:
|22 January 2022||10:00am – 1:00pm||Twelveheads Methodist Church Hall|
|27 January 2022||9:00am – 11:00am||Bon Appetit Cafe|
|31 January 2022||1:00pm – 3:00pm||Bon Appetit Cafe|
|02 February 2022||5:00pm – 8:00pm||Crofthandy Village Hall|
“If you are a local resident who has questions about this proposed drill site – or Cornish Lithium’s work to develop an environmentally-responsible source of lithium for the UK’s car industry – we’d like to hear from you, so please do come along to one of these drop-in sessions and meet the team.”
To find out more about Cornish Lithium, visit cornishlithium.com
For further information, contact Jilly Easterby on [email protected] or 07743 164434.