The National Museum of Computing is home to the worlds largest collection of working historic computers, and is at Block H, Bletchley Park Estate.

The PORF is delighted to support the National Museum of Computing with their project to renovate the buildings housing the code breaking machines of World War Two.
These machines include Enigma, Lorenz, Bombe and a rebuilt working Colossus, the latter machine having been built by Post Office engineers.
The photograph shows our Chairman, Alan Bealby together with Jacqui Garred after the signing of the Grant Agreement.