Chelmsford Civic Society have organised by popular request a coach trip to Bletchley Park

Chelmsford Civic Society have organised by popular request a coach trip to Bletchley Park leaving Civic Theatre at 9.00 and approx return from Bletchley at 16.30. A £5 deposit will secure you a place when full details will be sent and the balance will need to be paid by April.


Bletchley Park, once the top-secret home of the WWII Codebreaker, is now a vibrant heritage attraction. Bletchley Park was vital to Allied victory in WWII. A small group of people, in fact, members of MI6 and Government Code and Cypher School, moved into the Mansion - secret team including Alan Turin/Gordon Welchman and a number of Scholars and academics turned codebreakers. Also, there is the world’s first electronic computer Colossus to visit for a separate entrance fee of £3. The National Radio Centre is a showcase for radio communication.

9.00 Depart Chelmsford from Civic Theatre, Fairfield Road
11.00 Arrival approx at Bletchley Park
16.30 Leave Bletchley for the return trip to Chelmsford

If you would like to reserve a place please email (Cost of coach, driver’s tip and entrance £27 for CCS members and £30 for non-members) when full details will then be emailed to you by return.
Charity No. 271779

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