A gift in your will
Help to preserve Bletchley Park for future generations
"The work here at Bletchley Park ... was utterly fundamental to the survival of Britain and to the triumph of the West. I’m not actually sure that I can think of very many other places where I could say something as unequivocal as that. This is sacred ground. If this isn’t worth preserving, what is?" The late Professor Richard Holmes, Military Historian.
Bletchley Park helped provide our country with long term security and we hope you might consider a gift to secure our future.
The site at Bletchley Park needs massive restoration and increasing visitor numbers means it is struggling to serve all those who want to come and re-live the extraordinary years which changed and saved so many lives. We are determined to ensure that future generations can bear witness to the amazing work of Alan Turing and all the codebreakers. Please help us make this happen through a gift in your Will.
How you can help
If you already have a Will you can add a codicil here. All you have to do is add a sum of money or a percentage of what you are worth (it could be just 1% to ensure those you care about are protected). If you do not yet have a Will you can download the wording for your Will here.
For further information please contact Claire Glazebrook on 01908 272651 (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Bletchley Park Trust
Registered charity 1012743
Image: Oliver and Sheila Lawn, Bletchley Park Codebreakers