“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.” C.J. Sansom - Author of "Tombland", the latest in the excellent Shardlake series.
Shardlake’s journey to Kett’s Heights - book your place here!
Booking Details: Pre-booking: Preferred
Kett's Heights is free to explore but booking for the talk and tour is advisable.
Booking closes: 21 September 2019 14:00
Access Information: St Matthew's Church is fully accessible and provides parking, toilets and refreshments. The route to Kett's Heights involves some steep slopes and Kett's Heights has a flight of steps at the entrance which can be negotiated by push chairs but not by wheelchairs. There are no facilities on Kett's Heights.
Additional Information: Max 60 people per tour/session.
Whole event takes 90 minutes approx.
Directions to St. Matthew's Church: Telegraph Lane West is straight on at the top of Gas Hill