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Flowers of the Forest update 2018

  |  Published: Mar 11th 2018
Perth Academy have produced memorial books including information about former pupils who served in war

Historic Aylesbury Crown Court closes its doors for last time

  |  Published: Mar 5th 2018
From petty criminals to cold-blooded killers, Aylesbury Crown Court has seen its fair share of gruesome and notorious cases over the years. However, the pounding of the judge’s gavel hammering down in judgement on those stood in the dock is a sound that will no longer be heard as the court has closed its doors for the last time.

Journey's End Preview at RAF Halton

  |  Published: Mar 1st 2018
To celebrate the release of Journey’s End, on Friday 2 February, a pre-release screening was held at RAF Halton’s Astra Cinema on Wednesday 31st January.

Distributor, Lionsgate, generously agreed to the free screening for service personnel, two days before the general release of the film in the UK.

Crowdfunder to keep the Bombe on the Bletchley Park Estate

Stephen Fleming, Palam Communications  |  Published: Feb 13th 2018
There are plans to move the reconstruction of the Turing-Welchman Bombe, the electro-mechanical device used to decipher enemy Enigma messages during the Second World War, to a new location on the Bletchley Park Estate -- Block H, the home of The National Museum of Computing (TNMOC).

Three Witches Exhibition at the National Museum of Computing

Stephen Fleming, Palam Communications  |  Published: Feb 1st 2018
Computer art takes on an unusual perspective at The National Museum of Computing in February as two huge and colourful paintings created three decades apart are displayed near their original inspiration – the WITCH, the world’s oldest working digital computer.
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