Was there a few weeks back.
Took the kids, my lovely wife, and the parents in law.
Within half an hour I'd ditched them, they were on the usual trip and I'd wandered off, totally amazed.
There was this massively entertaining guy there who demonstrated a real rebuild of colossus. I'm no ponce but the memories of the very clever and devoted men and women whose contribution to the world is almost incomparable almost had me crying. His recounting of the breaking of Lorenz had everyone laughing.
A real colussus. This was ____1944______ it was originally made. 1944! Made of Mechano, an old BT telephone exchange, palm fronds and snot.
They were asking for a quid from anyone who owns a computer to keep it going, and I was so impressed by this guy, called Tony, that I gave them all the cash I had.
The kids could do without food, fat b*stards, there are kids starving in Africa through no fault of our own. How many calories does a three year old need anyway? Obviously the wife wasn't quite so impressed when I told her we weren't eating again until we'd left, but she understood my Aspergers had kicked in and I was operating on autopilot.