Medieval motte and bailey. Had two baileys, one could have been divided into three small enclosures. The motte measuring 19.6 – 24.6 ft high with a top diameter of 44.3 ft, and the ditch measuring 44.3 ft wide and 3.2 – 4.1 ft deep but to the south 4.1 – 9.8 ft deep. Possible entrance to the east.
1086 Held by Walter de Douai.
1121 c: Possibly built by Ralph Lovel.
1154 c: Royal forest in the area.
1947 Aerial photograph.