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Community Update Newsletter, September 2017

The team at West Cumbria Mining (WCM) have reached some key milestones already this year in terms of our vision to bring mining back to West Cumbria and be the only producer of high quality metallurgical coal in the UK.

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Community Update Newsletter, March 2017

It has been a busy start to the year for the team at West Cumbria Mining (WCM), with documentation being prepared for our planning submission in May and two days of well attended public update events at the beginning of March.

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community update december 2016

Community Update Newsletter, December 2016

2016 has been a very busy year for West Cumbria Mining, with onshore drilling and sample testing, public events and private drop-in sessions, educational talks and beach cleans, to name only a few of the things that have been going on as the project progresses.

neighbourhood update newsletter october 2016

Neighbourhood Update Newsletter, October 2016

One of the ways that we try to make sure that the local residents have the opportunity to keep up to date on progress of our project, is through our Neighbourhood Update Newsletter, which is popped through the letterboxes of 1,450 households close to the proposed mine site.

Community Update Newsletter - August 2016

Community Update Newsletter, August 2016

In this, our Community Update Newsletter – August 2016, West Cumbria Mining gives an update on its weekend of public consultation hosted at its Haig office.  

Community Update Newsletter, May 2016

In this edition of our Community Update Newsletter for May 2016, West Cumbria Mining explains it is shortly due to begin the next phase of exploration work, which will see the team drilling four holes onshore along the coast near St Bees lighthouse to give a clearer picture of the coal seams and geology in the area.