The Guardian, January 9 1984
They arrived around midnight, a procession of battered old coaches, trucks, cars and vans, stretching several miles back into the night, all with lights blazing, engines roaring, CB radios squawking, banners flapping in the wind, and hundreds of long-haired figures whooping it up inside - the Convoy.
The Observer, June 2 1985
Police last night smashed the hippy convoy bound for Stonehenge and rounded up more than 400 members of the group during a brief but bloody battle in a Wiltshire field.
The London Daily News, June 9 1985
with Ian Bailey
The Chief Constable of Wiltshire, Mr Donald Smith, has ordered an urgent inquiry into the activities of a neo-Nazi gun-runner who organised private security patrols during last week's police operation against the hippy Peace Convoy near Stonehenge.
The Observer, June 9 1985
This weekend, the twisting country lanes of Wiltshire are witness to a bizarre and very unEnglish scene.
The Observer, June 16 1985
Wiltshire police are facing a series of court actions challenging the legality of their operation to stop the hippy Peace Convoy reaching Stonehenge for the annual free festival this weekend.
The Observer, July 7 1985
THE new Police Complaints Authority has set up an inquiry into last month's 'Battle of Stonehenge' when nearly 600 people were arrested after clashes with police.
The Observer, December 8 1985
Wiltshire police are to appeal to the High Court in an attempt to salvage the prosecution of more than 500 people arrested with the Peace Convoy at the Battle of Stonehenge last June. Police have already agreed to drop charges of unlawful assembly, which carries a maximum penalty of life imprisonment, and substitute charges of obstruction, which carries a one-month maximum. But stipendary...
The Observer, March 23 1986
A second Battle of Stonehenge appears likely this summer after the failure of the Summit of Salisbury to agree on a peace formula between warring landowners and festival-goers.
The Guardian, May 31 1995
Published ten years after the battle
It was an upsetting day. It started at five in the morning with some wild-eyed crazy person waking me up in Savernake Forest, where I was sleeping in a cameraman's car, to ask if he could bum a light, man. And it got worse.