Lipspeaker Supported Guided Tours
Bletchley Park (National Codes Centre)
Saturday 29th June
Meet Lipspeakers from 10:45 outside the café Hut 4
Have you ever wondered about Enigma? Thought about how computing began? Bletchley Park is the historic site of secret codebreaking activities during World War II and the birthplace of the modern computer. Following a very successful (and over-subscribed) visit to Bletchley Park earlier this year, we have been able to arrange another visit and on Saturday 29th June we will once again we will be working with the National Association of Deafened People to offer a lipspeaker supported guided tour of this fascinating place.
The tour, which will last for about one hour, has been especially arranged with the needs of deaf visitors in mind and the guide will be accompanied by two lipspeakers, offering lipreaders a choice of conventional lipspeaking or lipspeaking with sign support. It will cover all the main points of interest around the site and tell the story of how the Enigma codes were broken during WW2. All our guides are very knowledgeable so
feel free to ask any questions you might have. Afterwards you will be able to have some lunch at the café and spend time looking in more detail at all the various exhibits.
Advance booking is essential for this very popular tour.
Tickets: £13.00 per person, payable in advance. To book places please complete details below & send with cheque made payable to NADP to
Lynne Dubin, 48 Cunliffe Close, Oxford OX2 7BL
If you do not have email please enclose a S.A.E. The ‘ticket’ will be sent out within seven days of receipt of cheque.
To reserve your place, contact Lynne:
SMS 07890 103 777
NADP Guided Tour of Bletchley Park