It might not be the sort of pond that you are thinking of. In fact, I am 100% sure that this isn't the sort of pond that you are imagining. It is more of a duck pond than a wildlife pond.
First of all let me tell you that I was contending with these skies when taking the photos which caused me some difficulties that I will explain a just a moment.
This, ta dah!, is the pond!!
See what I mean. A duck pond. A plastic duck pond.
Mr Duck actually came as an afterthought from a drawer in the bathroom. He is much happier outside on the water than he was in a drawer.
It is actually meant to be a water feature more than a pond. That was the original intention. Somewhere to have a fountain or something similar to make a watery noise in the garden to perhaps distract from some of the other background noise.
To make the pond Hubby put a bolt with a big washer on it in the hole in the bottom of the pot - which is glazed around the outside as you can see - and then tightened up a nut onto the bolt to hold the washer in place. Then he put big blob of silicone sealant over the washer/bolt. When it was dry the pot was filled with water and some gravel put in the bottom to hide the hole filling silicone mess.
The fountain is the other thing you can see floating. It is solar powered and just floats on the water. It does also do tricks in that you can add little spouts to the top to make the water come out in pretty patterns. We soon discovered though that the fountain would soon empty the pot by spurting the water over the sides. So now it is just bubbling away to itself.
I had two difficulties taking these photos. The first being that Mr Duck didn't want to pose for photos and kept turning his back on me. The other was to do with that first cloudy photo I showed you. The solar panels on the fountain only work when the sun is shining directly on them. So I had to hang around in the garden for quite a while waiting for the sun to hit the spot so I could get some photos of the fountain in action.
Here is a little video. Unfortunately you can hear more of that background noise we wanted to disguise than you can of the water itself!
So that is our duck pond. I don't think it will attract much wildlife, but it is here for now. If we find we cannot hear the fountain we can always empty it out and use it as a plant pot so we haven't lost much. Although Mr Duck might lose his home.