A motte or ringwork and bailey were mentioned in a pipe roll of 1192–3. The motte was destroyed in 1944 when much 12th-century pottery was found. A farmhouse and garden terracing built in the 17th century have effectively destroyed the former mound and today only earthworks remain.
- Fry, Plantagenet Somerset, The David & Charles Book of Castles, David & Charles, 1980, p. 252. ISBN 0-7153-7976-3
- Lavendon Castle
- Photograph of earthworks
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