Cornish Tin: The Great Wheal Vor Project
Our first and flagship project is The Great Wheal Vor group of 26 former producing tin and copper mines in the Mining District of Breage, Cornwall, UK.
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Described in 1929 as “the richest in tin of all the Cornish mines, probably the richest tin mine which has ever been worked in the world” (Hamilton Jenkin, writing in 1929).
By grade, if being mined today, it could be in the top 3 tin mines in the world. Our mineral rights cover all minerals and aggregates, including tin, copper, lithium, tungsten and geothermal energy.
Why Tin and Lithium?
Of all the minerals essential for the Green Technology Revolution, to stop using fossil fuels and win the fight against climate change, tin and lithium are the top 2 predicted where global demand will most exceed supply
Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) analysis for Rio Tinto in 2018
News Updates Media Coverage
Cornish Tin 'all set' for drilling plans to commence at Great Wheal Vor Project - Video Interview with Clive Newall and Sally Norcross-Webb
Cornish Tin's Clive Newall, Chairman and Founder, and Sally Norcross-Webb, CEO and Founder join Proactive London's Katie Pilbeam to talk about the Great Wheal Vor Project near Breage in Cornwall, UK.
Cornish Tin 'an interesting opportunity' with tin prices 'rocketing away' - Video Interview with Mining Capital's Alastair Ford
Mining Capital's Alastair Ford says the Cornish mining sector has been revitalised by a new interest in the county’s lithium resources. And now a new company, Cornish Tin Limited, is looking to bring the past back to life...
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