Our name ties us geologically and geographically to Northern Ireland.
The Dalradian complex is a series of highly folded and metamorphosed
sedimentary and volcanic rocks that are approximately 540 million years
old. The rocks are found in a 720-kilometre long belt stretching from
the Scottish Highlands through Northern Ireland and into the west of
Our mesothermal Curraghinalt (possibly translated as the glenside marsh) gold deposit is hosted within this complex.
The geological term takes it name from the geographical region where it
is found. It is a Latin derivation of Dál Riata, a kingdom of Gaels
found in the north of Scotland and in Ulster, one of Ireland’s four
Our 84,000-hectare property package, located in the modern counties of Tyrone and Londonderry, is situated within this region.