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Key British computer innovator to speak at Britain’s first VCF

One of the leading innovators of British microchip and computing technology will be a special guest at Britain’s first Vintage Computer Festival to be held at The National Museum of Computing.

Corporate Foundation Sponsorship Programme

The National Museum of Computing (TNMOC) at Bletchley Park is offering twelve companies the opportunity to become Foundation Sponsors of its world-class museum.

Obsolete? music video now online

In March 2009, Matthew Applegate of Pixhel8 gave the first performance of Obsolete? at Bletchley Park Mansion to packed houses. See the Obsolete? video here.

Vintage Computer Festival 2010

Britain’s largest celebration of vintage computing is to be held at The National Museum of Computing (TNMOC) in Bletchley Park from 19-20 June 2010.

Internet technology gallery opens

Internet pioneers NPL sponsor latest digital heritage display

Computing great visits TNMOC

Sir Maurice Wilkes, one of the fathers of computing, toured Bletchley Park recently to see The National Museum of Computing and the Bombe rebuild in Bletchley Park.

World’s oldest complete computer draws the crowds and sponsors

World’s oldest complete computer is assembled

UKAEA becomes project’s second sponsor

Challenge begins to exhibit the world’s oldest working computer

Public gets a chance to sponsor the restoration of the Harwell / WITCH computer at TNMOC.

Royal visit to TNMOC and the PC Gallery

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

Honorary doctorate for TNMOC trustee

Tony Sale honoured by The Open University for his work on Colossus


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