During the Second World War intelligence services issued bulletins. Some Top Secret, some less so. Authorized officers and men, closer to the front lines would have access to this stream of information from intelligence services concerning the latest weapons and tactics of the enemy.
What's this got to do with the price of eggs? I hear you ask. Well the men and
women charged with collating the information and presenting it in a digestible
form then passing it along to the relevant theatre of operations had a rural
headquarters which after the second world war became a boarding school for boys.
I thought I'd call it Bulstrode after the barge in
Thomas the Tank Engine