THE FRIENDS OF THE ROSARY CEMETERY



The  Friends of the Rosary Cemetery was established in 1998. The group's aims are to promote the preservation, care and improvement of the Rosary Cemetery, as a place of historic and natural interest, and as a burial ground. If you would like to help preserve this unique site why not join the Friends of the Rosary.


The Friends organise a number of activities including practical conservation work, tours, historical research and the production of written material on the Rosary. A newsletter for members is produced three times a year, which has details of all proposed events and activities. Members can just provide their support or, if they wish,  become actively involved in the work of the Friends.



The Rosary is open daily, providing a quiet refuge from the bustle of the city, and also a haven for flora and fauna.If you would like to help preserve this unique site why not join the Friends of the Rosary. The group's aims are to promote the preservation, care and improvement of the Rosary Cemetery as a place of historic and natural interest and as a burial ground.



The Group is affiliated to the The Conservation Volunteers (TCV), is a member of the National Federation of Cemetery Friends, the Norfolk Wildlife Trust and is supported in its activities by Norwich City Council who own and manage the Rosary.