Just turn up on the 19 April Drivermike, you might learn something. Can you give us a brief statement here on what is planned at the mine should the prices hit the desired mark and how quick would the operation be to extract the urine before prices fall again.
Having done some research on the meeting 19th April by Gordon Bowden, I cant find any reference to Anglesey mining being involved in Organised crime, massive Fraud, theft, International money laundering and criminal Director "Insider Share Trading". could you expand your post to include thise references, many thanks
Bills reply ................. I will be the first to admit that progress at Parys Mountain has been slow of late. You will, I am sure, be aware of the difficulties with which the resource industry worldwide finds itself and this has had a severe impact upon all mining companies and has severely hindered our ability to raise even minor amounts of funds required to move Parys Mountain forward. We have been hopeful that the status of the worldwide zinc market which for long has been predicted to run counter to the downward trend of most other minerals would work in our favour. However so far this hope has not yet been totally realised. There still appear to be some perverse market pressures for the metal, likely from China that are preventing a move upwards. However we still believe that eventually the announced major zinc mine closures coupled with continued albeit slowed worldwide demand will turn the zinc market positive. We are maintaining our stutus to be in a position to move on Parys Mountain once that change eventuates. Meanwhile our holding cost for both Parys Mountain and for the company as a whole remain very low.
ALL SHAREHOLDERS should come to ANGLESEY on the 19th April Amlwch Memorial Hall begins at 1 o'clock. A presentation will be given on ANGLESEY MINING and it's Directors, Organised Crime, massive Fraud, theft, International money laundering and criminal Director "Insider Share Trading".
Net value of company now 3 million doesn't seem much for site full of ore - has anyone notices if any gravel about there - that is usually in high demand and gravel quarry much easier to run than quarry
Yes, Mike, I'll ring Bill and ask if they will host another shareholders' day at Parys Mountain. July, unless anybody has other ideas. In the past the board have been careful to limit public utterances to what is formally published in press releases and RNSs, so I doubt if Bill will be very forthcoming. Like others, I want to know when and how the BOM will create shareholder value.
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