Ridge and furrow cultivation which has been disturbed by later quarrying, possibly for the extraction of gravel. It may date to the Medieval through to the Imperial period. The earthworks are situated 200m northeast of the church at Harborough Magna.
1 This field contain traces of ridge and furrow in one end which appear to have been disturbed by later quarrying. There is also a lot of ridge and furrow in neighbouring fields. See AP SMR 4779 A-C. See also WA 4192 – Harborough Parva Medieval deserted settlement.