World War II Veteran Arnold Hargreaves (99), the sole surviving crew member of an HMS Bulldog boarding party that in 1941 captured a Nazi U-boat complete with Enigma code machine, six months worth of codes, and charts showing the positions of U-boats, minefields and swept channels in the Atlantic.
Bletchley Park, the home of British code-breaking and the birthplace of modern information technology, is opening its doors to host the 2016 Buckinghamshire and Milton Keynes Armed Forces Day on Saturday June 25 and Sunday June 26 for a weekend of activities.
Jubilee Branch of the Royal British Legion held a 100 balloon launch to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the start of WW 1 at MK Dons stadium on 04 August with local Army units, cadets and veterans in attendance.
Top Gear's James May has unveiled the new ' Life and Works of Alan Turing' exhibition at Bletchley Park. With new artefacts revealed for the very first time in the presence of Alan Turing's family.
Brand new first day cover stamps featuring Alan Turing have been launched by the Royal Mail. Bletchley Park Post Office shows us their special displays.
World War Two Vets finally get thanked for their secret work in Bucks. Full story coming soon.
The Foreign Secretary, David Miliband presented commemmorative badges to Bletchley Park veterans. They were finally honoured for the vital role they all played working for the Government Code and Cypher School during the Second World War.
The amazing secret on our doorstep. The Codebreakers probably reduced the war by around two years and saved many lives.
Simon Greenish, Director of the Bletchley Park Trust tells us why code breaker, Alan Turing deserves your vote and recognition.