If you’re ever in London and find yourself in the Abbey, have a look over to the side of the choir – chances are you’ll see an impressive tomb with a recumbent effigy of a king. That’s the tomb of Henry III, one of England’s most prolific builders during the Middle Ages. If you look carefully, you’ll spot something unusual about it – there are no less than four different types of stone used in its construction. This is because Henry was a builder who liked to experiment with new materials and techniques. In this blog post, we’ll take a closer look at this remarkable king and his impressive achievements as a builder…Find out more.