The Ground Plan and description of Worlick Moat in Huntingdonshire
Worlick, about two miles north of Ramsey, upon one of the islets of the Fens, is a site surrounded by a moat. The enclosure is an irregular quadrangle averaging about 460ft. by 440 FT. The moat is weak at the north-west corner, but in all other parts it is still in good condition, but is dry. On the east and south-east there is a bank outside the moat, and on about half of the north side there is one inside.
On the south-west side, what at first sight appears to be a bank seems really to be a roadway with the moat on one side and a strong ditch on the other. At the west corner of the moat an ancient road entered the enclosure, presumably by a drawbridge, and it can be traced to about the middle of the site, where there is one angle of a plateau with a shallow fosse round it. The most dominating feature of the site is five ancient fish ponds.