View to the south of the modern road.
"From the early 12th century the manor was tenanted and then held by the family of Buselinus ... The settlement and manor site are believed to have been remodelled during this period.
At the end of the 14th century the Buslingthorpe family ceased, and during the 15th and 16th centuries the manor was held by the Tyrwhitts, who gradually turned the land over to sheep-rearing and moved elsewhere.
By the beginning of the 17th century the village was largely depopulated and the church ruinous ...
The remains of the medieval village take the form of a series of substantial earthworks extending to both sides of the modern road.
DB 12 May 2018