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Day Trip to Bletchley Park

Lesbians Who Tech / Gay Women’s Network

  • Location

    Bletchley Park

  • Date

    Saturday 8 October 2016

  • Time
    9am to 4pm

Did you know that over 7,000 women worked at Bletchley Park during World War II, that the German Enigma code machines were cracked there and that the first computer Colossus was invented on this site?

Lesbians Who Tech and the Gay Women’s Network are partnering to organise a day trip to this important historical site.

We will be meeting at London Euston station at 9am. Tickets are £16.00 for adults and £14.00 for students.

If 12 or more register we will get a discount as a group booking but payment will have to be made in advance of the day.

About Us

The London Gay Women’s Network aims to give lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer + professional women access to career development and networking opportunities in an inclusive and welcoming space, and to support positive change for LGBTQ+ women in the workplace. We welcome women from all sectors, levels and industries.

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