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The cost of reinterring the remains of King Richard III was just over £3.1 million. The bulk of this - £2.54 million - was raised...

Special permission was granted to Michael Harrison as Artist in Residence in Leicester Cathedral during the reinterment week in order to capture historic events. Michael Harrison...

Leicester Cathedral is delighted to announce today that the appeal to cover its share of the costs of the reinterment of King Richard III...

Aviva Premiership Rugby rivals Leicester Tigers, Newcastle Falcons and Sale Sharks will come together in a Kings of the North event to help launch...

Leicester Glows Friday 27th March 2015. The Reveal of the tomb of King Richard III Thursday 26th March 2015. The Reinterment of King Richard III Monday 23rd,...

Visitors from around the globe flocked to Leicestershire County Council’s Bosworth Battlefield Heritage Centre during a week-long programme of events to coincide with the...

THE LAST PLANTAGENET: WORLD PREMIERE OF RICHARD III-INSPIRED NEW WORK FOR LEICESTERSHIRE’S YOUNG MUSICIANS Over 200 young and adult musicians and singers from across Leicestershire...

Michael and Laura, year 11 students at Birch Wood Special School in Melton Mowbray attended the service of Reveal on Friday 27 March and...

I regret to say that on the Historical Note that I wrote for the Orders of Service for the reinterment of Richard III, I...

A prayer book owned by King Richard III has gone on display at New Walk Museum. Made of parchment and beautifully decorated, the Book of...

Originally posted at http://www.leicestercathedralkingrichardiii.org/richardreburied-he-is-now/ Pete's last blog It’s time to sign off from this Blog.  We set out to rebury a king – and now we’ve done...
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The design and making of Richard III’s tomb has been a great team effort; a challenge and a privilege for all of us involved. ...

At 12pm today, the tomb of King Richard III will be reveal in a special and dramatic service at Leicester Cathedral. We'll be live blogging...

Leicester Cathedral has announced the first week of times when the public can come and view King Richard III’s tomb. “King Richard III’s tomb is...

When that last piece of soil was removed to reveal a leg bone in a trench in a car park who could have imagined...

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Here you will find everything you need to know about the reinterment of King Richard in Leicester.

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