Craig Crowley, Chief Executive of Action Deafness, was among several invitees from across the city of Leicester and the county of Leicestershire who gathered together in Leicester Cathedral on 27th March 2015 to mark the end of King Richard III’s journey and to see his sealed tomb revealed to the public for the first time.

Craig admitted that this was truly a historic and unique moment for Leicester to have a royal king buried in Leicester Cathedral. There have been myths about other kings such as King Alfred who was supposedly buried in Winchester and Henry II in Reading Cathedral but their remains are still a mystery. Richard III’s remains were found in a car park in Leicester 2012.