The remains of a motte and bailey castle located immediately west of St. John's Church. The flat-topped, steep-sided oval motte measures approximately 30m by 34m at the base, 9m by 12m across the top and stands to a height of around 8m. It is surrounded by a ditch, which survives to a depth of about 1m on the northern side. The bailey is located north of the encircling ditch, and measures approximately 60m long and up to 30m wide internally. It is defined on its eastern side by a 1.2m high scarp and on the north-western and south-western sides by low banks up to 0.5m high. A ditch, measuring around 3m in width but now infilled, surrounds these banks. Immediately to the north of the earthwork remains is a field of ridge and furrow, which may be associated with the castle. The eastern and southern sides of the motte and bailey have been damaged by the construction of buildings over the last two centuries.