Congratulations, Philippa Langley!

   Posted by: Dorothea Preis   in Greyfriars Dig, News, Society News

The Richard III Society has awarded Philippa Langley the Robert Hamblin Award, which was established in 2002 to recognise work of outstanding service by a member.  In addition, she was awarded honorary life membership in recognition of the particular merit of the Greyfriars Dig.

We would like to congratulate Philippa on these awards.  Our branch would like to join all Society members world-wide in thanking her for her tireless work in making this dream come true.

You can read the Press Release of the Richard III Society here.

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This would be a great opportunity to get one of the the great British Movie makers to do a corrected historical epic movie depiction of Richard III as a good man. British movies in this timeline are very popular these days!

February 5th, 2013 at 5:21
r stewart

congratulations, I watched the programme on channel 4 which was compelling viewing, particularly the strong belief philippa held throughout, I thought it was a beautiful gesture that she thought to wrap the flag around the box she is an insprirational person and I hope she has inspired people if they believe in something not to give up until they find it.

February 6th, 2013 at 6:02

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