AditNow... the site for mine explorers and mining historians Mine explorer and mining history videos on YouTube Connect with other mine explorers on Facebook
AditNow Mine Exploration
Tip: do not include 'mine' or 'quarry', search by name e.g. 'cwmorthin', use 'Sounds like search' if unsure of spelling

Advanced Search
'Sounds like search'
Quick a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y z
Tip: narrow down your search by typing more than one word and selecting 'Search for all words' or 'Exact search'



Tip: narrow down your search by typing more than one word and selecting 'Search for all words' or 'Exact search'



Home > Events & Meets > Polyhalite – A New Industry For Teesside, Middlesbrough

Polyhalite – A New Industry For Teesside, Middlesbrough

Organised by Institution of Civil Engineers

Polyhalite mining is a multi billion pound industry and one of the most exiting industrial developments on Teesside and in N. Yorkshire for many years.

Presentation by Matt Parsons and civil engineer colleagues from Sirius Minerals Plc.

Tues 28 March, 5.45pm - 8pm, Stephenson Building, Teesside University, Middlesbrough

What & Where?

Where: Stephenson Building, Teesside University

When: March 28th 2017

Time: 17:45

Max people: unlimited

Who?

Hmmm, it looks like nobody attended doesn't it? Don't despair though, if this event was being promoted for another group it may simply be that people signed up elsewhere!

Back to List

Added to the calendar by christwigg March 11th

Want to publicise your own or your club's events?

Please feel free to add your events to the calendar! You can open them up to AditNow members or indicate they are for your own gang!

Not sure how to do this?

Not a problem... drop us a line on events@aditnow.co.uk telling us where, when and who, as well as any additional information or notes and we'll get it added for you.

Wisdom LED Miners Lamps Starless River - Caving Store Moore Books: Specialist BooksI.A. Recordings: Mining and Industrial History DVDs
Disclaimer: Mine exploring can be quite dangerous, but then again it can be alright, it all depends on the weather. Please read the proper disclaimer.
© 2005 to 2017 AditNow.co.uk
Back to Top