Lesbians Who Tech/ Gay Women’s Network Day Trip to Bletchley Park
8th October 2016
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 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.
To register for this event please use this link.
Lesbians Who Tech is a global community
of over 15,000 queer women (and allies) in tech.
To learn more go to Lesbianswhotech.org
Lesbians Who Tech is a community of queer women in tech (and allies) that started in San Francisco in December 2012. Since then, we’ve built a community of over 15,000 queer women in 30 cities, including 5 international cities.
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