They're tough for everyone :( But when coronavirus hit here in the UK, the museum had to close its doors to the public, and we lost practically all our income overnight.
No visitors, no workshops, no events, no school visits... no income. We know that things are tough for everyone right now, but if you can afford to help us through these tough times please donate what you can.
There's over 36,000 exhibits here! That should keep you occupied for a bit - get searching!
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Cambridge-based video game developer and publisher, Frontier Developments plc (“Frontier”) are sponsoring the Centre for Computing History to help lend support to the museum’s ambitious video game preservation project.
With many people using their lockdown time at home to sort out their cupboards, lofts and garages, there's a lot of old tech that could be heading for the recycling centres when they re-open.
The Centre for Computing History has been thriving, but now we need your help so we can continue to preserve the UK’s computing heritage and educate the next generation of programmers and entrepreneurs.
A recent campaign from English Heritage with the tagline "Isn't it time to make their virtual world history?" featuring a sword going through a games controller crossed our Twitter feed today.
The Centre for Computing History and the LEO Computers Society are delighted to announce that we have been awarded a £101,000 development grant from the Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF)* for Swiss R...
Since opening at the end of 2013, over 5,000 children have visited the Centre. These children deserve a space which is engaging and instructive, where they can feel a sense of adventure, exploration and surprise!
Please be assured that any amount you feel able to donate will make an immediate and significant impact.
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