Brixton Metals Begins Drilling At Its Cirque Copper Porphyry Target

26 June 2024

Brixton Metals Corporation is pleased to announce that it has started its maiden drill program at the Cirque Copper Porphyry Target which is located 3km east from the Camp Creek Porphyry discovery on its wholly owned Thorn Project.

Highlights of the Cirque Copper Target

  • Cirque is a multi-kilometer copper porphyry target on the Thorn Project
  • Surface exposures of copper mineralization (vein-hosted and disseminated chalcopyrite) have been identified over a 1km by 2km area.
  • Rock and soil geochemistry contain elevated copper, molybdenum and MDRU’s Porphyry Index (MPIx) anomalies
  • The target is supported by a large, near-surface magnetic and coincident conductivity geophysical anomaly

VP of Exploration, Christina Anstey stated, “We are thrilled to launch Brixton’s first drill campaign on the Cirque Porphyry Target. Given that porphyry deposits often form in clusters, the proximity of favorable mineralized intrusions to the known Camp Creek Porphyry makes this area particularly promising. The significant intervals of chalcopyrite mineralization observed on the surface, along with coincident geophysical signatures, is very encouraging.”