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Whatever happened to Block D at Bletchley Park? We go inside the codebreaking building

Whatever happened to Block D at Bletchley Park? We go inside the codebreaking building

By 17 April 2013

Bletchley Park has started a new round of fund-raising that will try to raise between £10-15 million to save the infamous Block D at the historic site near Milton Keynes. Block-D is one of the most important buildings on the Bletchley Park site. The... >>

Geek Weekend: Milton Keynes

Geek Weekend: Milton Keynes

By 12 June 2010

Welcome to the fourth instalment of the Geek Weekend on Pocket-lint. Every 2 weeks we've been bringing you a guide to a UK city designed specially for the discerning geek traveller and today we take a look at the much maligned and misunderstood Bucks... >>

UK to hold vintage computing festival

UK to hold vintage computing festival

By 26 January 2010

The UK's National Museum of Computing at Bletchley Park has announced that it'll be holding a Vintage Computer Festival between 19 and 20 June 2010. The festival will be the first of its kind in the UK - following the lead of similar events that started... >>

"Geek Atlas" sales to help Bletchley Park

"Geek Atlas" sales to help Bletchley Park

By 12 June 2009

A new book, aimed at science and technology geeks, will help funding for Bletchley Park. Buying "The Geek Atlas: 128 Places Where Science & Technology Come Alive" by John Graham-Cumming, will see a 50p donation for each copy sold to the Bletchley Park... >>

National Museum of Computing gallery opens at Bletchley Park

National Museum of Computing gallery opens at Bletchley Park

By 7 May 2009

A new interactive gallery has been opened by the The National Museum of Computing at Bletchley Park that contains the "key personal computers that have led the digital revolution in Britain". With 50 personal computers dating from the 1960s to the present... >>


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