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MinSouth AGM and Gold Exploration in Wales presentation

October 14 @ 6:00 pm - 6:30 pm

The MinSouth Annual General Meeting (AGM) will be held on Thursday 14th October at 6pm as a hybrid meeting held physically at The Counting House, 50 Cornhill, London EC3V 3PD and virtually – registration details to follow.  The MinSouth 2021 AGM agenda as well as the MinSouth 2020 AGM Minutes (Draft) are available at this Link.

Mike Armitage of SRK will be presenting “Gold Exploration in Wales – Past, Present and Future” at 18:30 on the 14th of October after the MinSouth Annual General Meeting.  The presentation and questions will probably take about an hour.  After the presentation, feel free to hang around to chat with others in attendance.

It will be held both physically at The Counting House and virtually.  One must register to attend at Eventbrite.  Space at The Counting House ‘Dining Room’ is limited .  You can see if there is space to register by clicking this Physical Attendance Registration LINK

Alternatively, you can attend virtually, register by clicking on the Virtual Attendance Registration LINK




October 14
6:00 pm - 6:30 pm
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The Counting House
50 Cornhill
London, EC3V 3PD United Kingdom
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