Fishpond 200m NW of Court Farm House
The site of possible fishponds, used for the breeding and storage of fish in the Medieval/Post Medieval period. They survive as earthworks. The fishponds are situated immediately to the west of the double moated site along the Sherbourne to Hampton Lucy road.
1 To the W of the moat is a shallow depression that was probably a fishpond at one time. The area ia now completely dry underfoot. To the S of this is the site of a second possible fish pond. A channel from the SW corner of the moat leads into this fishpond, which is still swampy and wet.
2 The earthwork remains of the fishpond complex survive tothe west of the northern moated site. The two ponds, the supply channel and their inter-conectingleats are now dry. The larger pond measures approximately 45m east-west and 25m noth-south. Water was originally supplied to the ponds by a drainage channel at the north-west corner of the northern moated site.