It was not cream teas and pasties, but metallic ore that built Cornwall, in Southwest England. Cornwall is one of the safest jurisdictions in the world for mining and one of the “cleanest” places to explore/mine the “new petroleum” of the electric world – Copper and Tin.
An IWA team member has done the site tour at the famous “South Crofty Tin and Copper Mines” – it is an impressive area.
“Hard rock breeds hard men / Who slip between earth’s cracks for a living….”
The words of West Country poet James Crowden (“The Wheal of Hope”) are reminders of the historic nature of this area. There are many stories of how men toiled by candlelight here in the 18th and 19th centuries, how they used goosequills as fuses to light gunpowder, and how entire families hauled out ore in barrows. All-day, breaking only for “mossel” (lunch) in some dark nook.
This is also the home of the famous Wheal Jane Mine – Wheal is an Anglicisation of the Cornish word. … Wheal (or rather huel) is said to be derived from the Cornish language, and to signify a work or mine.
Cornwall may be a picture book of cream teas, pasties, and pretty fishing villages. But it is a landscape deeply shaped by mining heritage. This is the real world of Poldark: of hardships and fortunes, human tragedies and pride, dangers, and invention.
Stay Tuned Investors and own Cornish Metals at this very attractive entry point.
You do not need to take the risks of the Congo – Invest in Cornish Metals.
It is time to turn the Wheal again! At these metal prices the wheal will be spinning great returns for investors.
Read the full News Release Here: CORNISH METALS CONTINUES TO INTERSECT HIGH GRADE TIN, COPPER, SILVER AND ZINC AT UNITED DOWNS
IWA is a shareholder of Cornish Metals
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