The year is 1940 and WWII has been raging for one year, four children move from London with their parents to live in the Buckinghamshire countryside with their Grand Parents not far from Bletchley where their parents work.
Near the house is a lake with an Island and one day when they are playing they land to explore the Isand and in doing so they find a cave with four tunnels, going along one of the tunnels the find they are looking into the future of London’s Regent Street.
This time the five children go to Bletchley Park to spend Christmas with their parents who are working there, they have a feeling they are being watched and meet some interesting people.
When they get back to their “Secret Island‘ and are at school once more they have the Project to find out about the Spanish Armada and if Sir Francis Drake did continue to play bowls with his men on Plymouth Ho.
So they set the machine for the 19th of July 1588.
|Publisher:||Neville J. Anderson-Budd|
|File size:||5 MB|
|Age Range:||5 - 11 Years|
About the Author
My books are on Amazon.co.uk Kindle and in Book form Search Neville Budd.; I was born in Portsmouth, Royal Naval & Marine Maternity Hospital 1st October 1938. We moved to Hayes, Middlesex in 1940 and then to Bletchley Park, where my father worked during WWII 1940 through until 1949 with my parents, twin sisters and older brother, then we moved to the Plough Inn at Simpson, Near Bletchley. In 1950 I attended the Royal Hospital School; Holbrook which before it moved there in 1932 it was the Royal Hospital at Greenwich donated by the then King William and Queen Mary to be converted into an Institution for Relief and Support of Seamen. I left in 1955 and joined the Royal Navy until 1960, as a Voice Radio & RADAR Operator Served on various ships and shore stations in England, Mediterranean and the Far East as RADAR Operator & Plotter, communications ship/aircraft and on Coast Watching Duties in the Far East. After leaving the Royal Navy I worked as an Industrial Radiologist and then as a Qa/Qc Engineer working in the North Sea, Middle and Far East, America, Europe, North Africa and South Africa. In 1959 on July the 25th, I married Doreen Sarah Charnock and lived in Leighton Buzzard until 1983. My Sally (Sarah) sadly died 27th November 2012.