Save Bletchley Park
Bletchley Park is a run down little country estate in Buckinghamshire. Not particularly beautiful, large or distinguished in the way many British country estates are. But in terms of history it might be the single most important patch of land in Britain.
Alan Turing laid down many of the foundations of modern computing at Bletchley Park and, along with many others, cracked Nazi & Nipponese cyphers which enabled us to win WWII. For a period in the 1940s the axis of history turned at Station X, as it was known then.
And it’s falling to pieces.
Please help ensure this incredibly important site doesn’t crumble altogether. If you’re a British citizen please sign the petition to the Prime Minister. If you’re not please donate or help spread the word. Without Bletchley Park you might not be reading this from a screen, and you’d very likely be saluting a Fuhrer.It’s that important. Help if you can.