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When did codebreaking at Bletchley Park first take place?
How many people were employed then?
What did Winston Churchill direct in October 1941?
When did the first operational break into Enigma take place?
Which three mathematicians unravelled the German Administrative Key?
Who were the chief code breakers?
In 1945 what percentage of the Bletchley staff were women?
Find out the answers to these questions and more by coming on our visit to Bletchley Park.
In addition to the Bletchley Park mansion, the Bletchley site consists of a series of huts and separate buildings - all as an aid to security - and each with its own function. You will be able to explore the various exhibitions in the huts with a multi-media guide and clear explanatory boards at your own pace, and/or sign up for the one-hour, outdoor guided walking tour.
There is a café/restaurant in Hut 4 and a coffee shop in the visitor centre for refreshments.
The cost is £34 for members, £36 for non-members, which includes the cost of transport and admission. It will not include any refreshments.
Contact Carolyn or John on 01993 822 296 or firstname.lastname@example.org or send a booking form to Mullenders, Swan Lane, Burford Oxon OXIS 4 SH.
The Coach will leave Priory Lane, Burford at 9 am, and we shall return at about 5pm.
There are two ways to submit an application form to us:
1. Download the application form, type in your responses, save it and email it to us. OPEN IN WORD.
2. Download the application form, print it out, fill it in by hand and post it to us. OPEN PDF.
Warwick Hall, Church Green, Burford, Oxfordshire OX18 4RY
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