Bletchley Park is delighted to be joined by children’s author Paul Morris for a fascinating workshop, where you’ll discover the time travelling adventures of Danny from ‘Danny and the Codebreaker’.
In this exciting story, young agent Danny travels back in time to Bletchley Park on a crucial day during World War Two, meeting codebreakers Alan Turing and Dilly Knox and a variety of other real-life characters.
Have you always wanted to know how books are written? Paul Morris will deliver an entertaining creative writing workshop to perfect your very own story. There will also be an opportunity to ask questions, where Paul Morris will discuss the impact Bletchley Park and Alan Turing have had on his writing.
This workshop is aimed at 8-14-year olds, accompanied by an adult, and lasts approximately 1.5 hours. Two sessions available: 13.00-14.30 or 15.00 -16.30.
Both adults and children require a ticket for this event, which allows access on the specified date only. Entry to the workshop doesn’t include a season ticket, but you are more than welcome to purchase a season ticket on arrival. Purchasing a season ticket is not necessary to gain access for this workshop. Pre-booking is essential.