Budding code-breakers put skills to test as GCHQ launches puzzle book



Amateur code-breakers are being asked to earn their "licence to puzzle" in a competition to mark the launch of a new book from spy agency GCHQ.
The Government's listening post, based in Cheltenham, is releasing its first puzzle collection on Thursday, as well as a Sudoku and picture board conundrum for its competition.
The GCHQ Puzzle Book includes a foreword written by the Duchess of Cambridge, whose grandmother was a Bletchley Park code-breaker during the Second World War, and will raise money for Heads Together, the mental health awareness campaign spearheaded by Kate, her... read more

 
19 October 2016 in Regional East, Views: 38
Source: Belper News
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