In a field south of Marston Magna church are the remains of a rectangular moat and two fishponds. The moat dates from about 1300 and may have surrounded a grand house belonging to the lord of the manor. Fishponds were a status symbol and a source of fresh fish and waterfowl.
The site is a Scheduled Ancient Monument.
To find out more about Marston Magna click here to read its entry in the Historic Environment Record.
There is a footpath across the site. Please keep dogs on leads and follow the Country Code. Limited car parking is available near the church.
Where is it?
Yeovil BA22 8DW,