Edit: it wasn't Sarum though! It's not the end of the world, but one of the occasional commenters has suggested that the Franciscans who originally buried Richard, would have used the Roman Missal. Perhaps Richard would have been more involved in Liturgy if the choice were left to him, and we balk a bit at Father Simon's suggestion that concern for the Sarum Rite is also a vote for a hobby like historical renacticism, but it sounds like this was a wonderful and holy event attended by the local people, many of whom weren't Catholic, and got to see the Mass of All Ages, celebrating one of England's mighty Scions.
[Offerimus Tibi] Thought I'd post some photos of Mass last night - our Requiem for King Richard III. There was a great turnout, with people coming from across the Pennines in Yorkshire, local folk who had heard about it but were not Catholics and members of the Richard III Society, as well as LMS members and parishioners. After Mass - with full Umph! from organist David-Scott-Thomas - we all thoroughly enjoyed singing a rousing rendition of Jerusalem! Followed by a themed buffet with such tasty morsels as Yorkshire pudding with venison sausage or duck in port sauce, Pye of pork meat made with paest royall, Ribbes of beef, Quail eggs and roasted chicken calf. So together with Traditional Latin Mass and good food and wine, we felt that we gave King Richard a properly Catholic send off. This was rather the point of the exercise, as my own stand is that wherever he was re-interred, it should really have been in a Catholic setting. He lived as a Catholic (including whatever sins he may - or may not have committed) he died as a Catholic and was exhumed from a Catholic burial site.
Please see the photos: