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The Bletchley is a constituting city of Milton Keynes,[3] in the formal district of Buckinghamshire, England. Located in the southwest of Milton Keynes, it is divided between the civilian communities of Bletchley and Fenny Stratford and Western Bletchley. The Bletchley is best known for Bletchley Park, the seat of the British organization for code-breaking during World War II, and is now an important touristic area.

There is also the National Museum of Computer Science in the park. The Bletchley Grows from an arcane village on the Fenny Stratford to Buckingham Strait with the London and North Western Railway arrivals in 1845 and their ensuing crossing with the Oxford-Cambridge Varsity Line sometime later. Bletchley was growing fast to serve the crossroads.

For many years, Bletchley train was an important hub of the railroad. Today it is one of the four Milton Keynes service points. As the city grew during Victory era by rail, it melted into Fenny Stratford near by. In 1895 Fenny Stratford was a part of the city (with Simpson), and Bletchley was added in 1898.

In 1911 the neighborhood was re-named Bletchley. The city continued to expand considerably in the early 1960', with the Greater London Council relocating Londoners mainly to an overflow area in London just outside Water Eaton. Inhabitants of the neighborhood rose from 5,500 in 1921 to 17,000 in 1961.

This was the plan for Milton Keynes that would make the most drastic changes for the Bletchley of the years. Milton Keynes added Bletchley to the designation area in 1967 when he established the "New City"[6]. The Bletchley flourished in the early years of Milton Keynes' expansion as it was the primary buying area.

The Bletchley Center was significantly changed when the Brunel Shopping Center was constructed in the early 1970', thus bringing a new end to Queensway. Queensway - formerly known as Bletchley Road - was a continual route from Fenny Stratford to Old Bletchley. The Bletchley booming came to an end when the new Central Milton Keynes Shopping Center was constructed and the commercial Bletchley has been declining as a retailing target in recent years.

These are Brickfields (including Blue Lagoon), Central Bletchley, Denbigh (including Denbigh North), Eaton Manor, Fenny Stratford, Granby, Manor Farm, Mount Farm, Newton Leys and Water Eaton (including Lakes Estate). Denbigh has been an important area of work for many years on the immediate north-eastern edge of Bletchley along Watling Street, but still in the community of Bletchley and Fenny Stratford.

Probably the most prominent are Milton Keynes Dons F.C. (at MK Stadium in Denbigh North) and her former sponsor clubs Marshall Amplification (just across from Watling Street in Denbigh West). IKEA, the Sweden -based furnishings dealer, opened and developed large shops in Denbigh North on a site formerly used by the Sanctuary Music Arena, the Irish Club, a playground and other sporting venues.

The Tesco response was to expand its business on the northeastern outskirts of Bletchley/Fenny Stratford. See Denbigh's major articles for further information. The Newton Leys is a new building with apartments for up to 1650 apartments with work areas, stores, a college, communal amenities, new parks, hotels and recreational amenities erected on two former Newton Longville brickworks and acres.

Though part of Bletchley and Fenny Stratford Town, it lies beyond the city limits and is separate from Bletchley and Fenny Stratford by the West Coast Main Line and from West Bletchley Community by the Oxford to Bletchley Rig. The Jubilee Brooks travels through the center of the estate, which stands just off Drayton Parslow and leads through the estate to the West Coast Main Line, through the Lakes Estate, where it connects to the Water Eaton Brook, which finally ends in the Ouzel River.

The municipality of Western Bletchley includes the part of Milton Keynes located just southwards of the Standing Way (A421), westwards of the Western Coast Main Line and northwards of the Varsity Line. According to the 2001 survey, the municipality has 20,994 inhabitants. County and neighborhoods in the community are:

While most of the West Bletchley Principality's boroughs are populated, the Bletchley Industrial Estate is important enough to be consolidated here. Bletchley Parc is located in West Bletchley Municipality, Church Green County, where the government code and the Cypher School were housed during the Second World War. Today the area is a modern day open-air exhibition centre, although many areas of the area have been resold for the area.

The Bletchley has a non-league soccer team Bletchley Town F.C. and a European Soccer Federation clubs, Bletchley RUFC, both of which are playing on Manor Fields. Bletchley. Skip i : a b'Parishes : Bletchley mit Fenny Stratford und Water Eaton', Victoria Geschichte Skip i : a b'Parishes : Bletchley mit Fenny Stratford und Water Eaton', Victoria Geschichte, Victoria Hist : l'histoire des comtés d'Angleterre : "I' m not proud of how soccer came to Milton Keynes". theguardian:talkingsport.

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