Sign the Bletchley Park e-petition

Sign the Bletchley Park e-petition

Summary: As you know, Bletchley Park is under threat. The iconic site is crumbling and desperately needs the external funding that befits its place in British computing history.

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As you know, Bletchley Park is under threat. The iconic site is crumbling and desperately needs the external funding that befits its place in British computing history.

Well, here's your chance to show your support for Bletchley's survival. There's a 10 Downing Street e-petition that needs your name on it. Whether this results in anything worthwhile is another matter, but the mass of names (nearly 8,000 at the time of writing) will definitely say something.

Topic: Telcos

David Meyer

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David Meyer is a freelance technology journalist. He fell into journalism when he realised his musical career wouldn't pay the bills. David's main focus is on communications, as well as internet technologies, regulation and mobile devices.

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  • Sign the Bletchley Park e-petition

    I find this sad, and strangely unbelievable. If any site has a story to tell, it's Bletchley. I mean to say, it's already been the subject of at least one film and TV programme, it should have plenty of PR juice. Mind you, having driven through Bletchley I can testify that it's not exactly a pretty place. Sounds nicer than it looks.
    Brendan Cooper
  • Sign the Bletchley Park e-petition

    Non-UK residents can sign this petition: http://www.gopetition.co.uk/online/20873.html

    For more info about the Campaign: http://www.savebletchleypark.com
    PhilCrib