From a former version of the Wikipedia page [1].

The Society of Friends of King Richard III was created in 1978 to exonerate and promote the life and memory of Richard III. The Society is based in York, Richard's own city, and meets every month at Jacob's Well, an old building in ancient medieval York. The Society organises trips to places of Ricardian interest, lectures, medieval feasts and raises funds for a range of Ricardian purposes. It issues a quarterly bulletin to every member.

The Society closed in September 2018 [2].

The website was

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