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Old 26-05-2014, 08:15 PM   #1332
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The Battle of the Beanfield took place over several hours on the afternoon of Saturday 1 June 1985, when Wiltshire Police prevented a convoy of several hundred New Age travellers (known as "The Convoy") from setting up at what would have been the 11th Stonehenge Free Festival in Wiltshire, England. The incident resulted from a local branch of the English Heritage society, then custodians of the site, concerned about new age travellers, persuading the High Court to grant an exclusion zone of four miles around the stones. The incident is notorious, in the context of mid-1980s social unrest in England, as an example of police violence..Stonehenge used to be part of the Antrobus family’s estate (The name derives from the Old Norse Eindvizh-buski, a personal name and the word for bush or shrub.. In the Domesday Book, the area is referred to as Entrobus.. An alternative derivation of the name is the Norman-French Entre-bois which can be interpreted as 'within the woods') but was given to the British nation in 1918. Up until 1984, Stonehenge – and the patch of land that it rests on – was managed by the Department of Environment. Its management was then passed to English Heritage in 1984..After staying the previous night in Savernake Forest, the Convoy on the morning of 1 June numbered some 80 to 120 vehicles, most of them buses and vans converted into living spaces; it is estimated they contained several hundred people. The police had laid down an exclusion zone 4 miles (6.4 km) around the perimeter of Stonehenge, which the convoy hoped to breach. The Convoy met resistance when the police set up a roadblock near Shipton Bellinger about se7en miles (11 km) Ride the Snake from Stonehenge. This was achieved by tipping 3 lorry loads of gravel across the road.. When it halted the Convoy, the police allegedly moved down along the line of vehicles, smashing windscreens and arresting occupants.. The majority of the Convoy members attempted to flee by driving through a hedgerow into a nearby grass field, with some Convoy vehicles ramming police vans to escape the encirclement having witnessed the police violence..The police came in [to the grass field] and they were battering people where they stood, smashing homes up where they were, just going wild. Maybe about 2-3rd's of the Vehicles actually started moving and took off, and they chased us into a field of beans..By this time there were police everywhere, charging along the side of us, and wherever you went there was a strong police presence. Well, they came in with all kinds of things: fire extinguishers and one thing and another. When they'd done throwing the fire extinguishers at us, they were stoning us with these lumps of flint and such..There are many similar reports from the travellers, all of which are denied by the members of the police. Most independent eyewitness accounts do, however, relate that the police used Violent tactics against men, women and children, including pregnant women; and purposely damaged the vehicles used by the convoy.. Official figures said 8 police officers and 16 Travellers were taken to hospital with minor injuries. One traveller suffered from a fractured skull..There was glass breaking, people screaming, black smoke towering out of burning caravans and everywhere there seemed to be people being bashed and flattened and pulled by the hair.. Men, women and children were led away, shivering, swearing, crying, bleeding, leaving their Homeys in Picses...
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Savernake Forest is on a Cretaceous chalk plateau between Marlborough and Great Bedwyn in Wiltshire, England. Its area is approximately 4,500 acres (18 km2; 7.0 sq mi)..It is privately owned by the Marquess of Ailesbury and his family, and is administered by trustees. Since 1939 the running of the forest has been undertaken by the Forestry Commission on a 999-year lease. The Private status of Savernake - Britain's only privately owned forest - is maintained by shutting the forest to the public one day per year..Saverridethesnake's landform is one of rolling downland dissected by both dry and wet valleys. The valleys within the forest, of which there are 4, are all dry Valleys, and the presence of Cretaceous deposits of Clay-with-Flints creates the damp heavy soils suited to dense cover of oak and beech..First mention of a woodland "Safernoc" was made in AD 934 in the written records of the Saxon king Athelstan, but the land passed into Norman ownership soon after the Norman invasion of 1066...

On 18 March 1664, Robert Bruce, 2nd Earl of Elgin in the Peerage of Scotland was created Baron Bruce, of Skelton in the County of York, Viscount Bruce, of Ampthill in the County of Bedford, and Earl of Ailesbury, in the County of Buckingham, all in the Peerage of England. His son, Charles, the 3rd Earl of Ailesbury (and 4th Earl of Elgin), was created Baron Bruce, of Tottenham in the County of Wilts, on 17 April 1746, in the Peerage of Great Britain, with a special remainder to his nephew, the Honourable Thomas Brudenell,4th and youngest son of George Brudenell, 3rd Earl of Cardigan, by Lady Elizabeth Bruce, sister of the 3rd Earl of Ailesbury..What I have seen in the last thirty minutes here in this field has been some of the most brutal police treatment of people that I've witnessed in my entire career as a journalist. The number of people who have been hit by policemen, who have been clubbed whilst holding babies in their arms in coaches around this field, is yet to be counted..When I got back to ITN during the following week and I went to the library to look at all the rushes, most of what I'd thought we'd shot was no longer there. From what I've seen of what ITN has provided since, it just disappeared, particularly some of the nastier shots..In the main, they were only able to take action against the police force – it proved difficult to pursue charges against individual police officers as none of the riot police involved had been wearing identifying numbers.. Despite this, one police sergeant was convicted of an assault occasioning actual bodily harm on a member of the Convoy..The police radio had been recorded, and was used in evidence against Wiltshire Police. It was to prove inconclusive as there were gaps in the recordingAt vital points...
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The military training area covers roughly half of the plain.. The army first conducted exercises on the plain in 1898. From that time, the Ministry of Defence bought up large areas of land until World War II. The MoD now own 150 square miles (390 km2) of land, making it the largest military training area in the United Kingdom. Of this, around 39 square miles (100 km2) are permanently closed to the public, and access is greatly restricted in other areas. As military use of the plain increased, new camps and barracks were constructed, including those at Larkhill, Bulford, Tidworth and Warminster...Salisbury Plain is a chalk plateau in central southern England covering 300 square miles (780 km2). It is part of a system of chalk downlands throughout eastern and southern England formed by the rocks of the Chalk Group and largely lyes within the county of Wiltshire, with a little in HamPshire..The Royal School of Artillery is based at Larkhill, and live firing is conducted on the plain for approximately 340 days of each year.. Military personnel from the UK and around the world spend some 600,000-man days on the plain every year..The DTE SP is located close to other military facilities including the Defence Science and Technology Laboratory at Porton Down (much of whose work is secret), Boscombe Down airfield and Middle Wallop Army Air Corps Base, where pilots train on the Westland Apache..20,000 hectares are designated Sites of Special Scientific Interest and Special Areas of Conservation, and the entire SP is a Special Protection Area for birds..The travellers had left from Savernake Forest, land managed by the Earl of Cardigan (David Brudenell-Bruce, Earl of Cardigan) on behalf of his father, the Marquess of Ail...
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http://www.davidicke.com/forum/showp...&postcount=593Man is a savage animal, who, periodically to relieve his nervous tension, tries to destroy himself. You know what this place is? It's a slaughterhouse, and I'm the butcher! Gentlemen, keep the war going please. We're going to roll in a few gutters. You know, Brand, it'd be awfully nice if we had a dog around here in the mornings to come in and cheer us up. Here! Come on, fella! Come on here! Mind your muddy feet. Come on! Lord Cardigan decided to follow the convoy on a MotorBike, together with his friend JM..The rare and notable plants which occur here include burnt-Tip O-rchiD... http://www.davidicke.com/forum/showp...&postcount=595

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