Bletchley Park Wins £4.6M Fund For Tourist Attraction Restoration Work

By Kat Hannaford on at

The historic monument known as Bletchley Park has had all sorts of do-gooders rallying for its place in the future, after a lack of funding slid it into a state of neglect. With this £4.6m Heritage Lottery Fund, the old WWII codebreakers' building can be restored and turned into a tourist attraction.

It's unlikely to the Alton Towers of Buckinghamshire, but being turned into a visitor centre will cement its place in the country's future, but also encourage many youngsters into the lucrative world of hacking. I mean codebreaking. I mean...technology! Yes, that's what I meant. [BBC]

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