Post Medieval Fishpond at Newbold Revel

Description of this historic site

A Post Medieval fishpond, used for the breeding and storing of fish. It is marked on a Tithe Award map of 1842. It survives as an earthwork, and is situated just south of the Mansion at Newbold Revel.

Notes about this historic site

1 Fishpond marked.
2 It is presumably early 18th century and constructed at the same time as Newbold Revel house. It is now part of the gardens and is well looked-after.