Welcome to the Friends of Kett's Heights
See full details on our Future Events page
2018 Annual Review
Kett's Heights annual review for 2018 is now available to download. Find out what we got up to during 2018! Download file below or read the review HERE
Click on image to enlarge or download site map pdf file below.
We have put together a Family Trail which you can print out and use to keep your children informed & entertained when you visit Kett's Heights. You can download it here:
KH Management Plan
Our Plans for the future, spanning the next 10 years, are outlined in KH Management Plan Proposals (see download file).
Want to help?
The next practical working sessions will be on the following Wednesdays
10am - 12.30pm:-
All welcome to come along and help. Tools provided.
Snowdrops by the entrance gates!
see more in our gallery page
How can YOU join?
It's easy to join Friends of Kett's Heights. Just click on the green button above to learn more about the
benefits and then sign up. Only £5 per year for household membership.
We realise that not everyone wants to commit to membership so we've made it simple to make a one-off donation. Just click on the red 'donate now' button to be taken to our 'Donation' page. You'll be helping make Kett's Heights beautiful once again. Minimum donation £3. Thanks!
How many churches can you count?
Now available to download - map, A4 leaflet & mobile phone guide to the many medieval churches that can been seen from the view-point on Kett's Heights!
Visit our Downloads page to see all available files.
Note: The 2018 accounts' summary & the 2018 annual review are available for download in the 'members only' area
Members:- If you have forgotten the password to the members' area please fill in the form on our Contacts page and we will send you a reminder. Thanks.
See what we've been up to lately by visiting our Recent Activity Page.
The Norwich Society and the Friends of Kett’s Heights have collaborated to create this self-guided trial so you can explore the scenes described in C.J.Sansom’s latest Tudor crime thriller, Tombland. This trail takes you on a tour from the city centre to the site of Robert Kett’s headquarters taking in many of the buildings lawyer Matthew Shardlake would have entered or seen when he was in Norwich
The Gasometer is going, going, gone!
The December Newsletter is now available for members . If you didn't receive it by email then you can view it in the Members Area. If you can't remember the members' password then let us know via our contact form and we'll email it to you!
November 28th 2018
Thanks again to the Norwich Fringe Project who came and cleared some trees at the top of the entrance path to allow more light into that area.
C.J. Sansom, the author of the Shardlake series, was in Norwich recently talking about his latest book in the series, 'Tombland' and
the various research trips he undertook to Norwich while writing the book, including standing on Mousehold Heath where Robert Kett based his rebel’s camp, the author said: “You can stand at Kett’s Heights... on the steepest part of the escarpment next to the one surviving remnant of the chapel Kett used as his head quarters, and on a clear day you’ve got a magnificent view.
You feel that you can almost reach out and touch the cathedral spire - that was a real highlight for me.”