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DateVisit
18 September 2018Bletchley Park
26 April 2018Normandy Visit - 26 - 30 was April 2018 Chateaux, Parks, Gardens
11 April 2018Water Rats Theatre Museum London
05 October 2017Strawberry Hill. Twickenham.
06 September 2017Waddesdon Manor - Oxfordshire
18 July 2017Government Art Collection (6 pm - 7pm)
30 June 2017Broughton Castle near Banbury- Oxfordshire.
17 May 2017Walmer Castle and Gardens - Kent
28 April 2017Chenies Manor House and Gardens. Buckinghamshire
17 March 2017Watts Gallery, Chapel, Studios and Contemporary Gallery, Compton, Guildford
05 October 2016Royal Holloway Art Gallery and Dorney Court
14 September 2016Henry Moore Foundation (Hertfordshire)
14 June 2016Ingatestone Hall and Layer Marney Towers
16 May 2016Newlyn Painters at Bowerman Charitable Trust in Pulborough and Petworth House
03 May 2016Tour - 'Dutch Art Treasures' based in The Hague
29 April 2016Clothworker's Centre in London
23 March 2016The Croydon Art Collection at the Museum of Croydon
25 November 2015Visit - Glyndebourne and Lewes
22 September 2015Visit - Chiddingly and Tunbridge Wells
18 June 2015Visit - South Coast: Coastal Culture Trail
05 May 2015Tour - The History and Heritage of Yorkshire
29 April 2015Visit - British Library

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Bletchley Park
Tuesday 18 September 2018

Bletchley Park is situated near Milton Keynes in Buckinghamshire.  Originally a manor house the site was purchased in 1938 by the head of the Secret Intelligence Service (later MI6) and became the top HQ of code breaking during World War Two, the GC & CS (government code and cipher school).  Today there are ten distinct exhibitions on site, telling the story of Bletchley Park, including The Path of a Message describing what happened once a coded German message reached Bletchley and the Bombe Breakthrough which is a new permanent exhibition focussing on the story of Bombe machines. It now houses the National Museum of Computing and the brand new National College of Cyber Security.

Cost of the visit:  £40.00

Depart from Onslow gardens at 9.00 am and return at 5.00 p.m.