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The last 3 years has been great for Leicester, and great for the world.
I was blogging about the discovery back in February 2012, when Philippa Langley, the driver of this long journey unearthed the remains of Richard III, the Last Plantagenet King alongside the Richard Buckley (lead archaeology) and the rest of his team at the University of Leicester. 320 more words
In mid March various acts from the Leicester East deanery came together at Sacred Heart Church Hall in support of CAFOD.
Around 80 people were entertained by a great line-up of acts including ‘Danny, Brendan & Amanda’, ‘Holy Cross Gospel Choir’, ‘The Iliffe Acoustic’, ‘St Mary’s Folk Group’, ‘St Paul’s Girls’, and ‘Holy Cross Folk/Pop Group’. 183 more words
Nearly 70 per cent of reports of child sex abuse in Leicestershire have remained unsolved, according to figures released by the police.
The force has published statistics about the number of complaints of sexual offences dating back 18 years, following a Freedom of Information request. 409 more words
In a short and moving ceremony the University of Leicester and guests marked the departure of Richard III’s mortal remains after nearly three years of research and guardianship. 70 more words