St Williams Chapel

St. William’s Chapel site is a Scheduled Ancient Monument – and is protected by the Ancient Monuments and Archaeological Areas Act 1979 (Revised).
Source- Office of Public Sector Information (OPSI).
Section 28 of the above Act states that:-
“A person who without lawful excuse destroys or damages
any protected monument
– knowing that it is a protected monument ;
and intending to destroy or damage the monument
or being reckless as to whether the monument would be destroyed or damaged shall be guilty of an offence. “

Damage to an Ancient Monument is a criminal offence punishable by a fine or up to six months in prison.

Airmens Memorial

Gurney Road
Mousehold Heath
In Memory Of

Plt. Off. Colin Barton RNZAF
Flt.Sgt. James Lemon RCAF
Flt.Sgt. Robert Kater RCAF
Sgt Donald Carpenter RAFVR
 25 July 1942

Sgt Ernest Nightingale DFM RAFVR
12 February 1942

Armistice Day
On Armistice Day every year a wreath is laid on behalf of the Mousehold Heath Defenders and
5 crosses are placed to commemorate the five Airmen

Events on Mousehold Heath

No events currently scheduled. Surveys and guided walks usually start around April/May.

Working parties are clearing the chapel site mounds and banks most Tuesday mornings until the nesting season starts,


0344 980 3333
You will get through to City Hall who will arrange for officers to attend.
If anyone encounters any problems of any kind please contact Clare Cohen as the MHD Conservator to log the incident also
The Anti-Social Behaviour Hotline no. is (01603) 212101

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