Carpark king’s reburial
LONDON: England’s last Yorkist king is to be laid to rest in a £ 1 million ( R15m) raised tomb.
University of Leicester archaeologists found the remains of Richard III after a dig in a city car park.
Leicester Cathedral, which will raise the money for his tomb, said the design will be ready in September.
Once the Cathedral’s fabric commission approves it, the long-dead king will be re-interred next May.
However, the Plantagenet Alliance, a group of Richard’s relatives, has applied to the UK High Court for a judicial review into the plans for the site. – Daily Mail