Bowdens Silver held two Virtual Open Days on the 2nd and 3rd of July 2020. A range of presentations were delivered and questions answered by representatives from the company, RW Corkery & Co (EIS authors and principal environmental consultant) and other specialist consultants who have contributed to the Environmental Impact Statement.
To view the presentations, please click here.
A comprehensive range of information was presented and displayed at our recent Community Open Day. The links below provide access to all posters that were on display as well as the company presentation that was delivered to attendees on the day.
Bowdens Silver would like to thank all community members who attended our Open Day on Saturday 15th of June. Approximately one hundred people took the time to visit us on the day to learn more about the Project. Attendees had the chance to hear from the company and also meet and ask questions to a range of independent experts who are providing information for the Environmental Impact Statement.
We would also like to thank the Rylstone Kandos Volunteer Rescue Association who manned the BBQ on the day.
Also, a big congratulations goes to Brenton Franks who guessed the closest to the correct grade of silver for the drill core sample that was on display. For his troubles, he took home a 1kg silver ingot that was up for grabs. Well done!
On Friday 13th of October, Bowdens Silver staff held a morning tea fundraiser event as part of the “Pink Up” initiative currently running throughout the region.
The event was organised by a number of staff members and the day involved fundraising activities such as raffles, donations and even a couple of brave staff members who volunteered to get their hair dyed pink for an appropriate monetary donation. A big thank you to Cody and Craig for getting into the spirit of the day and putting vanity aside all in the name of a good cause.
Most importantly, Bowdens Silver staff were able to raise $600 which was generously matched by the company, for a grand total of $1,200 being donated to the McGrath Foundation to help continue their important work of providing dedicated breast care nurses throughout the community.
At our recent Community Information Session held at the Lue Community Hall we displayed a range of information posters about the Bowdens Silver Project.
Please click on the links below to view the different topics. Also find an updated version of our Draft Mine Site Layout as at May 2017.
Bowdens Silver will be holding a community information session at Lue Community Hall on the 7th of May 2017 between 10am – 4pm. Further details can be found within the Project Information Sheet via the link below.
On Sunday 20th November, we held an Information Open Day on site at our Lue office to update residents and interested parties on the progress of the Bowdens Silver project. A slide-show and presentation by Anthony McClure and Jane Munro was followed by a Q & A session. Despite the heat, around fifty people attended and we’d like to thank all those present for their interest and participation.
Environmental staff were on hand to demonstrate and explain aspects of our environmental monitoring program and the geology team set up a display of core and rock samples to show some of the fascinating and relevant mineralisation in the area.
To view a copy of the presentation that was delivered on the day, please click on the link below.
After the presentation, all guests and staff were provided lunch by the Rylstone/Kandos Rotary Club who set up a BBQ and cooked delicious steak and sausage sandwiches and distributed icy cold drinks. For their hard work and generosity, we’d particularly like to thank:
Sophie McCormick (an exchange student from America)
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