Bletchley park are on a path to destruction. They have been fed for years by supporters and free labour in the form of volunteers, some who worked at Bletchley park during WWII and others who have extensive knowledge of Bletchley park having worked there for years etc. They also have had a long term income from rent paid by people selling WWII memorabilia or artifacts, others just showing life in BP/WWII. Some of the best displays of life in WWII I have seen have been from BP independent museums. They have suddenly come into this ill gotten windfall and how have drifted from the original plan. The management have become dictator like and seem to think that they can monopolise the site by copying the different independent shops/mini-museums, and push the old ones out. They also kicked out the local radio club whose input from the very beginning will be impossible for them to replace or replicate, in order to allow the RSGB to show their propaganda material. No way to promote radio to the next generation, nor is it a good image to demonstrate to Joe Public.
All I see now is some generic business with no personality driven by the same commercial greed and attitude that has killed many previous museums and educational sites. In 20 years it will be a block of flats after all, and the war between the government and the people of Bletchley park will have been won after all, by the government.