Google Donate to Bletchley Park
4 January 2012
Our readers will know that, being local, we are very interested in Bletchley Park and have held our Annual Conference there in previous years. We support our local heritage and are proud of the achievements of Alan Turing and the code breakers who helped shorten the Second World War.
We are delighted to tell you that internet giant Google has donated £550,000 towards Bletchley Park's plans to create a world-class heritage and education centre. The grant will also enable The Bletchley Park Trust to restore some of the iconic code-breaking huts and the education centre will provide a vehicle to educate the next generation about the history of modern computing.
If you are interested in knowing more, see the Bletchley Park website.