The 2016 Tony Sale Award for Computer Conservation & Restoration
has attracted four entries which are listed on this website under
Judging is currently underway.
The award will be announced at the London CCS meeting on Thursday
17th November which will be followed by
a presentation from the winner.
The Tony Sale Award is presented in remembrance of
the late Tony Sale, one of the two co-founders of the
Computer Conservation Society which runs the award.
Tony Sale was an inspirational figure whose efforts to reconstruct a
Second World War Colossus codebreaking machine pioneered much of the
present day work of the Society.
The award is sponsored by Google to whom we are most grateful.