There are many ways you can join the celebrations at home on Friday 8 May, and remember to share your photos and videos using #BletchleyParkVEDay75.
To find out more visit the Bletchley Park website where you will find more activities and fascinating VE Day archive material in the run up to VE Day 75. www.bletchleypark.org.uk
You can also help create 1,945 metres of red, white and blue bunting to celebrate VE Day.
Adorn your houses with bunting on 8 May. Then, once the site is reopen to the public, Bletchley Park is asking you to send them your bunting so they can create a real celebration atmosphere when they open.
You can find the template to make the bunting on the Bletchley Park website.
When sharing anything on social media use #BletchleyParkVEDay75 or #BuntingforBletchley.
Bletchley Park at Milton Keynes was one of the first organisations to learn of the formal surrender of Germany in the early hours of 7 May 1945, the day before VE Day was formally announced on 8 May 1945. Although VE Day signalled the end of the war in Europe, the war in the Pacific continued, until VJ Day on 15 August 1945.
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