Tump Terrett Castle: 20 feet high mound of the castle to the south-west of the church. It dates back to Norman times, as the site of a small motte and bailey castle.
There are three standing stones in the village, known as Harold's Stones. These large monoliths of conglomerate stone, commonly referred to as pudding stone, are situated in a field to the south of the village. They date back to the Bronze Age.