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MONUMENT NO. 106657

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Medieval motte castle surviving as an earthwork. The mutilated remains of a small motte within a meadow with a base diameter of about 28 metres and a maximum height of 3.2 metres. The mound has been extensively quarried on the east and south sides. On the east side are traces of what may have been a ditch, 10 metres in width and 0.3 metres deep, which connects with a stream on the south side. Excavations revealed layers of ash with pottery and fragments of a stone mortar. Scheduled. The earthwork remains of this small motte were mapped from aerial photographs as part of the RCHME: Marches Uplands Mapping Project.

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