Brixton Metals Delineates A New Large IP and Gold-in-Soil Anomaly

The IP survey at the Chivas Zone succeeded in identifying a strong near surface chargeability high anomaly with a 2.4 kilometres strike length and up to 1.8 kilometres in width. The chargeability anomaly is open to the northwest, southeast and at depth.

Chairman and CEO of Brixton, Gary Thompson stated, “The Chivas Zone represents a very attractive large scale gold target which is to be drill tested in 2017. We are very encouraged that the IP signature at Chivas is very strong and close to surface and that it aligns well with the high gold-in-soil anomaly.”