IAP to organise Bletchley Park tours



Tina Milton The Institution of Analysts and Programmers (IAP), which represents over 3,000 IT workers, is organising a guided tour for members,...



Tina Milton The Institution of Analysts and Programmers (IAP), which represents over 3,000 IT workers, is organising a guided tour for members, their families and friends to Bletchley Park on May 13.

Also known as Station X during the Second World War, when it was home to famous code breakers such as Alan Turing , Bletchley Park is also widely considered to be the birthplace of computing and communications.

Following the Cryptology Trail, visitors can look at the secret methods and innovative machines that were developed there to crack German codes. Visitors on the IAP trip will be able to see the rebuilt Colossus machine and many other mementoes of particular interest to computer buffs for less than £20 per head including lunch. Call 020 8567 2118 for more information.

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