This week’s BBC programme Code-breakers is a shot in the arm for the development of the new Colossus Gallery at The National Museum of Computing at Bletchley Park.
Two people who have made substantial and sustained contributions to the modern-day development of Bletchley Park have become TNMOC trustees.
Andy Clark, Chair of TNMOC trustees said: “We know this is something that the Bletchley Park Trust has worked towards for some time and the HLF grant will enable substantial progress towards refurbishment of Bletchley Park’s heritage assets.
A BBC Radio 4 codebreaking competition in honour of the late Tony Sale has been won by a woman whose own mother used to work at the birthplace of modern computing.
A teenager who participated in the Young Rewired State 2011 (YRS2011) coding event at The National Museum of Computing (TNMOC) has won an award for his programming work.
The Queen visited TNMOC on 15 July 2011 to see Colossus as part of her visit to Bletchley Park to pay tribute to the men and women who worked there during World War II.
Under 18s invited to week-long programming at The National Museum of Computing
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