A museum documenting developments in computing over the past 50 years is to move to Cambridge.
The Centre for Computing History is to relocate to the city from its base in Haverhill, Suffolk, and could be open by the summer.
The charity has been looking for new premises for two years.
Director Jason Fitzpatrick said: “It’s important to be in Cambridge because of the city’s history and the part it has played in the home computing era.”
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