‘The Kerry Road Deposit’ near Gairloch represents VMS type mineralisation in Precambrian rocks. A large “pod” of sulphide containing gold copper and zinc was drilled in the late 70’s and early 80’s but was considered low grade at the time. Results of hand specimens collected by GreenOre confirm grades of gold up to 4g/t as well as copper up to 5.2% and zinc up to 2.3%. Historic work indicate that further pods of mineralisation may be present along trend but more exploration is required to identify them. Due to the nature of the terrain and mineralisation style, geophysical surveys will be used to help identify new drill targets.