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|The Centre for Computing History
The Centre for Computing History
Established to create a permanent public exhibition that tells the story of the Information Age.
The computer museum preserves and presents a collection of important computers and related artifacts. It spotlights the people behind the inventions and records the information necessary to inspire and enthuse future generations.
Based in Suffolk, we believe the Centre for Computing History is the only museum dedicated to computers and their social impact in the United Kingdom.
At present entry is strictly by appointment only
|The Counting House, High Street, Haverhill, Suffolk. CB9 8NT
|Tel : 0870 8958606
|Strictly by appointment only
|Haverhill & District Local History Centre
|Based at the Local History Centre in the Town Hall Arts Centre.
Contact : Tony Turner
|Town Hall Arts Centre, High Street, Haverhill, Suffolk. CB9 8AR
|Tel : 01440 714962
|Ridgewell Airfield Commemorative Association
|This site is dedicated to the brave men of the U.S.A.A.F. 381st Bomb Group (H) and 90 Squadron, R.A.F. who served out of Ridgewell Airfield, Essex, England during World War II.
We have now been in our new home since 2000. Visit our 'Opening Day' page for some photographs of how it was then and what it looks like now.
Please visit our guest book to let us know that you've been here.
We are a small, private collection of World War II memorabilia displayed in and around the old hospital buildings behind the U.S. 381st Bomb Group memorial. The collection is displayed on the 2nd Sunday of each month from April to September between 11am and 5pm, and is situated between Ridgewell and Great Yeldham in Essex on the A1017 (formerly A604)
Admission Free - Donations Welcome
|Tel : 01787 277310 Mob : 07777 640634