Block H, now the home of TNMOC and the rebuilt Colossus, has been selected as one of England’s ‘irreplaceable places’ by Professor Lord Winston in Historic England’s A History of England in 100 Places.
James Mayo, an executive leader in the IT sector with 25 years of international sales, marketing and business development experience has joined the board of trustees at The National Museum of Computing.
The ‘relaxed openings’ initiative for people with autism and their families at TNMOC has just been boosted by a Museums and Heritage Prize. Two more relaxed openings already planned: 28 July and 25 August.
An online Virtual Lorenz that can be used by anyone wanting to experience sending and receiving top-secret Second World War communications was unveiled at TNMOC in celebration of the centenary of Bill Tutte.
Capt Jerry Roberts’ autobiography Lorenz, telling the story of the breaking of Hitler’s most secret cipher, launched at TNMOC in the presence of Colossus veterans whose work helped in the decrypting process.