Almost £500,000 has been awarded to Bletchley Park, the top secret code breaking hub of World War II, thanks to lottery money. The development funds from the Heritage Lottery Fund will help the centre towards its goal of £10m for a complete re-vamp. The site opened in 1994 and today attracts around 100,000 visitors a year, but is currently in a state of advanced dilapidation.
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