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Thursday 13 June, 2019

Great Western Mining

Permitting Update

RNS Number : 1131C
Great Western Mining Corp. plc
13 June 2019

Great Western Mining Corporation PLC


("Great Western Mining", "GWM" or the "Company")


 Permitting Update

Great Western Mining (AIM: GWMO; Euronext Growth: 8GW) is pleased to report that The Nevada Division of the U.S. Environmental Protection Bureau of Mining Regulation and Reclamation ("BMRR") has approved GWM's application to close the reclamation permit relating to the 2018 drill programme on the Company's M4 Copper-Gold project in Mineral County Nevada, following a site visit to review the Company's land reclamation work.  

This approval will enable the Company to begin securing the release of a $60,000 performance bond previously lodged as part of the 2018 M4 drill programme.   

Chief Executive, David Fraser commented: "This is a satisfactory conclusion to our M4 work in 2018, demonstrating our good working relationship with the relevant authorities and our policy of meeting all environmental requirements.  We are currently working on our application for follow up drilling on M4 this Autumn. A GWM field team of three geologists is on location in Nevada and working on this year's programme, currently conducting mapping and a soil grid on the EM Group of claims. We will update shareholders as results become available."



Great Western Mining Corporation PLC

David Fraser, Chief Executive


+44 207 933 8795 (via Walbrook)

Davy (Nomad, Euronext Growth Adviser & Joint Broker)

John Frain

Matthew De Vere White

+353 1 679 6363       



 Novum Securities Limited (Joint Broker)

Jon Belliss



+44 207 399 9400

Walbrook PR (UK PR and IR)

Paul Cornelius

Nick Rome

+44 207 933 8795    

 [email protected]





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