Royal visit to TNMOC and the PC Gallery

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Duke of Kent presents Tony Sale with two awards from the Bletchley Park Trust

During a visit by the Duke of Kent to The National Museum of Computing and Bletchley Park, Tony Sale, a trustee and director of The National Museum of Computing, received two awards from the Bletchley Park Trust.

The first award was for his work on rebuilding Colossus and the second for 16 years’ service as a volunteer at Bletchley Park. These followed his award of an Honorary Doctorate from The Open University in June.

The awards from the Bletchley Park Trust were made by the Duke of Kent on 16 July 2009 when he visited Bletchley Park and toured The National Museum of Computing.

Tony Sale said; “I am delighted and honoured to receive these awards from the Bletchley Park Trust. It is a real pleasure working with the trust and the volunteers of TNMOC to ensure that we do not forget the ground-breaking and hugely important role of the codebreakers of World War II.

“It was also a real pleasure to welcome back the Duke of Kent to The National Museum of Computing. He was clearly impressed at the progress we are making and was fascinated by the recently opened PC Gallery.”

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