Medieval moat. Irregular kidney-shaped island measuring 70m by 50m. Moat measuring 16m wide and 3m deep. An external bank measures 2-6m wide and 1.3m high.
* Owned by Rev. Samuel Cradock.
1166 Manor held by Ralph de Guines.
1166-1303 The Guines family held the Manor.
1208-1215 Held by Geoffrey de Guines.
1229-1256 Held by Robert de Guines.
1262-1279 Held by John de Guines.
1338 Held by the Knights Hospitallers under Roger de Dalton, a former Templar.
1349 No longer called a Manor.
1977 Field Investigation.