Duck Decoy, 950m South West of Junction of Westhay Moor Drove and Lewis's Drove


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Post Medieval

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County Council

Somerset County Council

District Council

Mendip District Council



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Grid Reference

SJ458458 (345807, 143087)

WGS84 Coordinates

51.1839, -2.77546

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Duck decoy, built on the Decoy Rhyne (dug in 1660) reported to be in use before 1736, but out of use by 1886. Originally a six pipe decoy though the site has been subject to drainage. The central pond is visible as a level square area. The eastern area has not been drained and three pipes are visible. Surounding the decoy are the remains of an enclosure ryhne. Scheduled.

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