An oval hollow dug into the hollow way (108667) and the lynchet of the wall (108597). Where this feature cuts into this lynchet (108597) the side of the pond has been reinforced by quarried stones, and the pond water runs out beneath the wall (108597). On the west/opposite side the slope is steep and irregular with many stones, some of which may have been placed there or may simply be naturally occurring. A plastic drainpipe drips water from the west edge into the pond. The west side is the steepest, the east is lower but still steep, the north and south sides are gentle allowing access by stock. This pond may be a fairly recent feature, built to drain the field or for stock watering but it may be too large for that. This feature (108647) may have been a reservoir or sump for the drainage ditch (108616), or it may be the re-use of an earlier hollow. Width 5m, depth 1.5m, length 12m.