Medieval Village Boundary at Little Packington
A medieval enclosure, the boundary of which survives as an earthwork bank. It surrounded the medieval village of Little Packington and was situated 100m east of St. Bartholomew's Church.
1 The most prominent village boundary yet noted is at Little Packington, one of the few small deserted nucleated settlements within the Arden Forest. Here, a small rectangular enclosure including the church and space for a few croft sites is delimited by a bank rising about four or five feet above an outer ditch, beyond which is a limited area of ridge and furrow.