All bricks remain the property of Bletchley Park Trust
Inscriptions should be names of individuals only - not companies, clubs or societies. Bletchley Park Trust reserves the right to approve all lettering and to refuse any application considered unsuitable. In such cases the Trust has no obligation to cite reason and a full refund will be offered.
Engraving of the bricks will be done by a specialist engraver but names will not be painted - so as to retain the historical look and feel of the Bletchley Park site.
Bletchley Park Trust will have complete control over the location and installation date of the bricks.
Bletchley Park Trust guarantees to maintain the wall for a minimum of ten years.
Bletchley Park Trust reserves the right to move or relocate the bricks without liability, however we will make every effort to keep the bricks in the chosen location.
The Hut 8 Blast Wall is being recreated from Imperial London bricks (which were used in wartime). The bricks may become worn or damaged over time owing to natural causes. No liability can be accepted for this by Bletchley Park Trust.
Any amendments to the name provided on the order form must be made within 14 days of receipt of the confirmation letter; thereafter Bletchley Park Trust accepts no responsibility for changes or incorrect names.
Bricks may differ in colour to those illustrated.
If you are interested in sponsoring a brick to honour one of our Codebreakers, we ask you to search the Roll of Honour first to ensure the Veteran is not already included on the Codebreakers’ Wall as only one acknowledgement per Veteran will be approved.