VENUE

Beaumanor Hall,

Woodhouse Eaves,

Leicestershire,

LE12 8TX

 

Website www.beaumanorhall.co.uk

Beaumanor Hall is a Victorian country house

set in 34 acres of idyllic countryside

It resides in the small village of Woodhouse 

on the edge of the Charnwood Forest. 

Halls date back to the 14th century.

Throughout the second world war, the Hall

was used as a secret listening station

to intercept encrypted enemy signals.

The history of Beaumanor Hall influenced 

the film ' The Imitation Game' directed by

Morten Tyldum where during World War II,

the English mathematical genius Alan Turing 

tries to crack the German Enigma code

with help from fellow mathematicians.