Are these north Wales hills sitting on a gold mine?


By Nick Bourne
BBC News, London
Saturday, November 24, 2018

Experts think there's potential for a gold rush in north Wales as Alba Mineral Resources is carrying out research across a 20-mile area known as the Dolgellau gold belt in Gwynedd.

A survey has been conducted around the site of Clogau St David's gold mine at Bontddu, Dolgellau, which shut in 1989.

Boss George Frangeskides said the plan is to seek permission to open the mine.

The company has acquired a 90 percent stake in Gold Mines of Wales, which has permission from the Crown to prospect and mine in the area as they search for new sites. ...

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