Gold mining to resume in Wales after 20 years, just in time for royal wedding

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From Wales Online, Cardiff, Wales, United Kingdom
Monday, December 4, 2017

There are plans to restart gold mining in north Wales after a major mineral firm took a large stake in the owner of the Clogau gold project.

Alba Mineral Resources has taken a 49-percent stake in Gold Mines of Wales Ltd. (GMOW), which owns the the Clogau gold project, situated within the Dolgellau gold belt.

Just in time for Meghan Markle's wedding ring when she marries Prince Harry.

The British Royal Family has been using Welsh gold to create their wedding rings since 1923. ...

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