Beer and a BBQ for Father's Day

  |  Published: Apr 30th 2016
Photo ©Shaun Armstrong/Mubsta.com
Photo ©Shaun Armstrong/Mubsta.com

This year there will be a special Fathers’ Day barbecue at Bletchley Park, complete with the visitor attraction’s very own beer. Created by The Concrete Cow  Brewery in Milton Keynes, the beer has been named Station X; one of the terms used to describe Bletchley Park during World War Two.

Dads and their families can enjoy the traditional barbecue with burgers and hot dogs plus a vegetarian option whilst listen to the vintage sound of The Bevin Boys. The swing band plays vocal led jazz standards and other hits from the 1940s.

Anyone wishing to enjoy the Fathers’ Day barbecue should enter through admissions as usual then head to one of the food outlets on site to buy a barbecue voucher.

The barbecue will be on the main lawn where the Codebreakers spent their free moments during the war so families can relax in these historic and picturesque surroundings. Food will be served between midday and 2pm.

Station X beer will also be sold in the Hut 4 Restaurant and the shop from this date onwards.

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