Leinster, Ireland

Lithium Project

The Leinster Property—located in the counties of Wicklow and Dublin, in the Republic of Ireland—is a lithium pegmatite project that consists of fifteen prospecting licence areas, covering approximately 477km². As of 17 November 2021, Technology Minerals Plc acquired 100% of the issued share capital of LRH Resources Limited, which owns a 100% interest in the fifteen prospecting licenses.  

The Project is a 35km long zone of lithium-bearing pegmatites, where aplites centred on the Aclare deposit were discovered during 1960s and 1970s.

Lithium mineralization on the Property has been confirmed, with spodumene bearing samples from various prospects identified within the project area: Sorrel (1.6% Li2O equivalent); Tonygarrow (1.0% Li2O); Aghavannagh (1.78% Li2O).

A two-stage work programme will be implemented, with geological mapping, lithogeochemical sampling, ground surveying, and limited diamond drilling in Phase One; and additional diamond drilling, if warranted, in Phase Two.

Current status: Sampling, geophysics and remote sensing completed over licences.

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