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County Council delegation honours memory of fallen Buckinghamshire soldiers

  |  Published: Jul 3rd 2018
With the sun shining down on the identical rows of gleaming headstones stretching as far as the eye could see, the mood was sombre and contemplative as the delegation of members from Buckinghamshire County Council silently paid their respects to those who lost their lives on the battlegrounds of Belgium during World War I.

1980s computing as it happened

Stephen Fleming, Palam Communications  |  Published: Jun 28th 2018
The BBC Computer Literacy Project CLP archive goes live at The National Museum of Computing

Crowdfunded Bombe gallery opened at TNMOC by two wartime veterans

Stephen Fleming, Palam Communications  |  Published: Jun 25th 2018
On Saturday 23 June 2018, two veteran Bombe operators opened the new Bombe Gallery at The National Museum of Computing on Bletchley Park, just three months after the completion of a successful £50,000 Crowdfunder to finance the new display.

Bombe Gallery opens at TNMOC on 23 June

Stephen Fleming, Palam Communications  |  Published: Jun 12th 2018
On the afternoon of Saturday 23 June 2018, the new Bombe Gallery in The National Museum of Computing will be opened by two of the original Bombe operators.

Ale trail entertains record numbers – and a whisky festival is up next

Rocky Lancer, Leighton Buzzard Railway  |  Published: Jun 5th 2018
The annual Leighton Buzzard Railway Ale Trail saw a record number of visitors over the weekend of 2nd and 3rd June. More than 500 attendees were able to taste 20 different beers and ciders from Bedfordshire and Hertfordshire, including the Leighton Buzzard Brewery’s Narrow Gauge, a golden ale named in honour of our line.

Tribute: Sister Shonat Fiddes

  |  Published: Jun 1st 2018
All midwives are special, but some are exceptional, and one of the best of those, Shonat Fiddes, died on her 91st birthday, 28 March 2018.
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