Imperial Features at Coton Park, Rugby
During an archaeological excavation a ditch dating to the Imperial period was found. It was situated 500m south of Coton House.
1 Archaeological evaluation at Coton Park, Rugby carried out by Thames Valley Archaeological Services. The southern half of the area evaluated contained only a pit and ditch, both of apparently recent origin. In contrast, the northern part of the site around the former Medieval village of Coton produced extensive Medieval remains (WA 2778, WA 2779), as well as evidence of Bronze Age and Iron Age settlement.
2 Further evaluation revealed post-medieval features including a metalled surface, a field boundary, an undated ditch and two postholes.