Ridge and furrow ploughing together with raised headlands can be seen on aerial photographs of Bubbenhall
During an excavation Roman features and finds were uncovered. A number of ditches may represent the remains of a field system. Three pits were also found and at least one of these was probably a well. The site was 800m east of the M40 Avon Bridge at Barford.
The site of a Post Medieval field system. Part of the field system still lies in fields between Warwick Road, Leek Wootton and the Warwick bypass, approximately 100m south of Wootton Road.
During an excavation, the remains of a Medieval field system and ridge and furrow were found. A large boundary ditch was also found. The site is located 500m east of Stonleigh Abbey.
Aerial photographs have identified an area of ridge and furrow cultivation with disturbed ground and ponds which are probably the result of quarrying. Of Medieval/Post Medieval date, these features are situated at The Holdings, Dunsmore Heath.
The remains of Medieval or Post Medieval ridge and furrow cultivation were found during an excavation. Hedgerows in this area probably date from the pre-enclosure field system. They are situated 800m south east of Bubbenhall.
A group of 12 fields to the south-west of Bubbenhall near Broom Hill Farm show evidence of Ridge and furrow ploughing. A headland can be seen between two fields in the centre of the area
An enclosure and linear cropmarks of unknown date, which may be the remains of a field system. Medieval pottery may provide evidence of a settlement nearby. The enclosure and linear cropmarks lie 200m south of Hall End Farm.
The remains of a Medieval or Post Medieval field system. It comprises field boundaries and areas of ridge and furrow. The field system is situated 400m north of Wroxall, in the vicinity of the cemetery.
An enclosure and a linear feature are visible as cropmarks on aerial photographs. Neither their function or the period they date to is known although this may be a banjo enclosure dating to the later prehistoric period (probably Iron Age). They are located 200m south of the church, Stockton.