A Memory of Bletchley

I worked in the orderly room. I joined the Dramatic Society and took part in the Noel Coward play 'Blithe Spirit', as the principals's brother. We all had great fun at the rehearsals. I remember on one occasion, one of the props was a bugle which appeared from the flies. Of course we all tried to blow it, when someone managed to blow a blast, it caused the Duty Oficer to appear to find what was going on. Since she was the W.A.A.F. welfare officer, we got a severe telling off.

A memory shared by John (Jack) Hodgson , on Nov 16th, 2010.

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