I must say the parking and signage was awful, with the castle car park rather unexpecdedly locked up., as was the main site itself although the oath round the moat was accessible so we got some good shots of the extant brick work and some nice diaper examples. was able to measure the bricks at the entrence: 235x115 x58 mm (9 1/3 × 4 1/2 × 2 1/3 inches) nicely in the same ball park as most of the Bradgate ones the ones here should date to 1480 , compared to 1490 for Bradgate. I Couldnt really check the brick fabric but nothing too different presenred itself.
Elsewhere in the village the chuch was locked so could only really see the restored 1847/56 (and 21st century) fabric rather than the c.1300 nave i was hoping to see.
there were also some nice buildings on main street but didnt have time to check out the 19th century ones or the school mentioned in Pevsner