Remains of a Romano-British settlement, probably dating from the late Iron Age and Romano-British periods. The presence of an embanked and ditched rectilinear enclosure has been established by trial excavation and geophysical survey - this enclosure has been interpreted as the core of a local farmstead. The enclosure measures about 95m from NNE to SSW by up to 65m transversely over ditches of considerable breadth and depth and of various chronological phases.
Source: Cadw scheduling description of June 206. F.Foster/RCAHMW 29/09.2006