Possible prehistoric earthwork, possible adulterine castle. Earthworks enclosing 1.5 acres. Mound measuring 250ft by 350ft and surrounded by a ditch measuring approximately 20ft deep, and an entrance and causeway to the north.
* The top of the mound is ploughed.
* Was a manor house or hunting lodge of the Beauchamp family.
1086 Domesday: Owned by Pershore Abbey.
13th C Possible minor stronghold.
1303 Burnt down.
14th C c: Abandoned.
1780 Could still be seen.
18th C Nash reported it as being in ruins.
1992 Management Plan.
2006 Aerial photograph.