Duck decoy pond gets listed status in Kent

A 17th Century duck decoy pond in Kent has been given protected status as one of Historic England's more unusual listings.

Duck decoy ponds were were popular across England in the 18th and 19th centuries.

They consisted of ponds with channels leading away from them that were used to catch wildfowl in netting.

Three other sites on the Hoo Peninsula have also been listed - a WW2 oil depot bombing decoy and two boundary stones.