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The team at WCM are passionate about coking coal and our mining heritage, together with educating people about the requirements for our product in the production of steel.

Today, members of the team spent the morning, with Jeremy Paxman, discussing the history of coal mining in the UK, its decline and potential revival through our Woodhouse Colliery project in Cumbria.

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Statement of Community Involvement

  • Commitment to open communications

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Please get in touch with any questions or comments relating to the progress of the mine.

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WCM made a commitment that, for as long as we are active in the area, we will consider the residents’ needs alongside those of the company so that WCM can be considered a positive member of the community.

Our Statement of Community Involvement details how WCM has and will continue to maintain open communications.

The SCI covers information on

  • Our community engagement
  • Activities undertaken
  • Feedback received
  • Future events

To read a copy of our Statement of Community Involvement, please click here

We’d love to hear from you

Please get in touch with any questions or comments relating to the progress of the mine.

You can also email us to say you’d like to sign up to receive our newsletter which will give you the updates straight to your inbox.

Click here to contact us

We won’t share your data with anyone else – see our privacy policy for more details.

Latest News & Events

The team at WCM are passionate about coking coal and our mining heritage, together with educating people about the requirements for our product in the production of steel.

Today, members of the team spent the morning, with Jeremy Paxman, discussing the history of coal mining in the UK, its decline and potential revival through our Woodhouse Colliery project in Cumbria.