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Metal Links Project
Posted: 07/04/2012 21:38:31
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Probably something a lot of people here have come across, but in case you've not this Facebook page is a good resource:

http://www.facebook.com/#!/MetalLinksProject

"The Metal Links Project is made up of partners in Wales and Ireland. They partners are: RCAHMW, Pentir Pumlumon, GeoMon, Glendalough and Copper Coast"

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