milton-keynes-mobile-searchBletchley Milton Keynes

      Bletchley is a constituent town of
      Milton Keynes, in Buckinghamshire,   
      England. It is located in the south-
      west of Milton Keynes, and is split
      between the civil parishes of Bletchley
      and Fenny Stratford and West Bletchley.

      Bletchley is best known for Bletchley
      Park, the headquarters of Britain's
      World War II codebreaking
      organisation, now a museum.

      Bletchley History
     Bletchley grew from an obscure hamlet
     on the road from Fenny Stratford to    
     Buckingham with the arrival of the
     London and North Western Railway
     in 1845 and its subsequent junction
     with the Oxford-Cambridge Varsity
     Line shortly afterwards

   Bletchley Park

    Within the West Bletchley parish,
    in the Church Green district, is Bletchley  
    Park, which, during the Second World
    War, was home to the Government  
    Code  and Cypher School. The
    German  Enigma code was cracked
    here by, amongst others, Alan Turing.  
    Another cipher machine was solved
    with the aid of early computing
    devices, known as Colossus

     Bletchley Park

       Milton Keynes,
       United Kingdom

       +44 1908 640404  call-bletchley-park

   Bletchley Rugby Club
   Bletchley Rugby Club Ltd seeks
   expressions of interest from individuals
   or organisations with facilities
   management experience in order to
   assist in the delivery of the Clubs    
   Development Plan through the
   effective management of the Club’s  
   buildings and the delivery of food
   and beverages.
   Manor Fields
   MK2 2HX
   Sat Nav users:
   Use MK17 9JH
   (Dobbies Garden Centre,   
    which we are opposite).



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