Alan Turing is expected to receive a full parliamentary pardon.
Iain Stewart, the Milton Keynes South MP, is given a tour of the heritage site to see the progress of its £7.4 million restoration project
£7.4million Heritage Lottery Funded project to restore some of Bletchley Park’s codebreaking buildings
People from around the world are coming forward to try and crack a World War Two message found on the leg of a dead pigeon.
The bird, which had been on its way to Bletchley Park near Milton Keynes, was found in a chimney in Surrey last month.
Experts at the Government's communication agency GCHQ intelligence agency say they've failed to decode the top secret message without access to the original cryptographic material.
Simon Greenish, former CEO of the Bletchley Park Trust, was awarded an Honorary Doctorate in Science yesterday by the University of Bedfordshire, in recognition of his significant contribution to charitable work for the Bletchley Park Trust.
World War Two codebreaker station Bletchley Park is staging a series of summer activities for children.The events take place every Wednesday throughout the summer holidays and include crafts, films, Top Secret and WW2 workshops, and special children’s guided tours of the museum. More details here.