Crop Circle Exhibition & Access Centre 2016
St. Peter’s Church
Wiltshire SN8 1HQ
19th July – 14th August 2016
Monday to Friday: 10am – 4.30pm
Sundays: 10am – 3 pm
St. Peter’s Coffee Shop is serving lovely refreshments and homemade food all day (including breakfast)
The Art and Craft Shop Busy Bees offers a wide range
of unique gifts created by local Artists and Crafters
New venue Crop Circle Access Centre 2014: Wiltshire Museum, Devizes.
Open: 21st June – end of August 2014
41 Long Street, Devizes
Wiltshire, SN10 1NS, UK
Telephone: 01380 727369
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Financial Report Cropcircle Access Pass Scheme 2013 Financial ReportRead More
Karen & Steve Alexander (www.temporarytemples.co.uk) invited Tim Carson, a farmer in the Pewsey Vale, to speak at their conference ‘Summer Crop Circle Lectures‘ in Devizes on Sunday 28th July 2013. He explains why many crop circles are being cut out by farmers immediately after they appear. This decision and action was taken by local farmers in the summer of 2012. A lot of visitors from all over the world are disappointed by these reactions from the farmers. In this video you will get a short insight about why the farmers decided to act like they do. This video also includes…Read More
A seven minute video broadcast recently shown on Euroblick (Bavarian) German Television about Crop Circles in the Wiltshire area.Read More
Crop Circles and the initiative of Monique Klinkenbergh to compensate farmers for their losses featured on EuroBlick, a program on Bavarian television broadcast each Sunday from 17.30 to 18.00 (18.30 UK time). They report about current events happening across Europe.Read More
This Sunday evening (21 July 2013), on German television, the topic ‘Crop Circle Formations‘ will be covered. The CrowdFunding initiative managed by CICC which supports local farmers will also be discussed. EuroBlick is a program on Bavarian television broadcast each Sunday from 17.30 to 18.00 (18.30 UK time). They report about current events happening across Europe. This episode will be available via the Internet for the next two weeks for viewing at http://www.br.de/Read More
Where do these crop circles come from? Are they ‘real’?
Can I visit circle a circle? And if so, is there a code of conduct to follow?
We help to answer these questions.
Learn all about crop circles at the Exhibition
The Unknown Facts
New location to be announced
Entry: 7,50 Adults
Children under 12 free access