15 July 2019 – In its new, permanent Honeystreet home – in the heart of the historical Pewsey Vale – the Crop Circle Centre & Exhibition has established itself as the place to go for all the latest information on (new) crop circles and feedback from the farming community. Now, bigger and better than ever, spanning two floors of a former warehouse in Honeystreet – next to the India Shop – is a treasure chest of up-to-date exhibits: with impressive photos and footage; a tranquil reading area; a hands on multi media centre (with cinema) and a kids corner too. There
5th May 2018 – After the Exhibition was hosted at The Barge Inn at Honeystreet in the summer of 2017, it was stored for the winter in the next-door Barn. Just before the items should be transferred to the Exhibition’s new location at the nearby Honeystreet Mill Café, it was discovered that the Barn was robbed and many crucial items were stolen, including displays, expensive technical equipment like digital frames, cameras, headphones, and a video-beamer. Altogether it was a loss in excess of £5,000 GBP. Read more about the sad event HERE
Financial Report Cropcircle Access Pass Scheme 2013 Financial Report
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
A seven minute video broadcast recently shown on Euroblick (Bavarian) German Television about Crop Circles in the Wiltshire area.
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.
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/