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MONUMENT NO. 106814

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Medieval motte surviving as an earthwork incorporating later ice house. Civil War weapons and pottery were found in excavation in 1952. A small much mutilated motte upon water meadows near the north bank of the River Redlake, has a base diameter of 22 metres and a height of 4.5 metres. The south side has been cut back by about 7 metres for the construction of a farm building and an ice house has been built into the north north west side. Only on the north east side is there a remaining fragment of ditch, 6 metres in width and 0.4 metres in depth. Scheduled.

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