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Bletchley Park, the Word War II code-breaking centre, has just been granted £460,500 by the Lottery Heritage Fund. The money will be spent on helping the site become a world heritage and educational centre.
Bletchley Park is important to the IT profession because it is largely regarded as being the birth place of the modern computer. Alastair Revell wrote about its importance to the IT profession on his blog in May 2009.