5 June – 10 June
From code-breaking to cyber security
Kellogg will celebrate its strong and growing ties with Bletchley Park with a week-long programme of events from 5 to 10 June 2017. Scroll down for an overview of the week and please keep checking back for further details.
Bletchley Park was the home of wartime code-breaking, as featured in The Imitation Game, a 2014 film in which Benedict Cumberbatch portrayed the mathematician Alan Turing and his efforts to crack the German Enigma code. There will be something for everyone, including a visit by one of the Enigma machines from Bletchley; access to the ‘roll of honour’ where the database can be searched for those who worked there; a poster competition to describe relevant research, the winners of which will get to display their posters at Bletchley and explain the research to the many thousands of visitors; the first of what we intend to be an annual Kellogg coach trip to Bletchley, with guided tours; and two themed Guest Night Dinners.