Battle of the Beanfield – JS Bach Version

thanks Tash – I’m giggling as I remember that day… the Bach music sort of shows it as clockwork (how different it would be with Clockwork Orange stylee music)  – from the moment we set out that morning, andor from whenever the thatcheroids were going to order a police attack – though it was up to all of us, cops and travellers, how we behaved … and it wasnt a battle, cos not one of us, from, the softest greenest liberalest to the hardest criminalisest anarchistest fought back – i could have killed a few foot coppers if i’d driven my bus at them and squashed them into another bus – but not one of us did .
The video seems to be in the correct time order, with the road standoff, then the grass field, and only at the end the escape into the beanfield  after I’d surrendered and been hit on the head –
My green mutant bus at 7.05 and 7.06

Winter Solstice 2014 – sunrise Monday 22nd December

stonehenge201412English Heriticage have announced that they will open their gates in their fence to our Stones on Monday morning:

  • Access to Monument Field from  first light (7-7.30?) until 10 a.m. on Monday 22nd December
  • Parking is on both sides of  the Drove – Byway 12   (no parking on A344 or A303)
  • Access to the Byway may only be from the north Larkhill end, and from 5 p.m. on Sunday from A344.
  • Parking in the EH Visitor Centre from when the byeway is full up
  • Disabled Parking: transport available from the EH visitor centre

Stonehenge Benefit (Gloucester) Saturday 6th December 2014

£5 (Min. Adults – Kids Free)  12 noon-9pm      
Treetops, New Inn, Northgate Street, Gloucester GL1 1SF
In aid of OATS – Open Access to Stonehenge

All-day, Family-friendly Fun in the warmth and comfort of the Treetops Bar/Venue at The New Inn. Celebrating the Spirit of the Free Festivals in microcosm, with Blessing by Druids, Music, Stalls and Holistic Therapies.

Open Access To Stonehenge (OATS) is a group of active volunteers, committed to raising awareness about  access to Stonehenge for all. OATS campaigns vigorously to protect existing and established rights of precedent; and is engaged in permanent dialogue with the Home Office,  English Heritage, National Trust, Wilts Constabulary and  Ministry Of Defence.          All unpaid and on the Public’s behalf.

Expect Good Vibes, Great Sounds &  Full Moon in the charming City of Gloucester, with Tang (Live Set at Dusk); David Sanger (Evening: Solo Set) and DJ sets from Lee & Mark  and Dean TravChav           

Singers & Players Welcome

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