Corley Camp, an Iron Age hillfort which is visible as an earthwork. It is situated on Burrow Hill, 200m east of Corley.
A double pit alignment of Prehistoric date is visible as a cropmark on aerial photographs. It is situated 800m south east of Wolston Grange.
Aerial photographs showed evidence of a double ditched enclosure and a linear feature. The site was part excavated prior to gravel extraction. Iron Age pits and post holes were uncovered. The site is 400m northeast of Brandon Marsh Nature Reserve.
Findspot - a Bronze Age barbed and tanged arrowhead was found 500m east of Burnet Iron Leyes Wood.
Findspot - a Bronze Age arrowhead and two flint flakes were found in the area of the Burton Dassett Hills.
Findspot - a coin dating to the Iron Age was found near the Abbey Fields.
Findspot - a bronze head which dated to the Iron Age or Romano-British period was found 600m east of Bidford Grange.
Findspot - various finds of Late Iron Age or Roman date were found 200m north east of the church at Exhall. The finds included pottery, coins and brooches.
Harborough Banks, the site of a hillfort dating to the Iron Age. Some areas of the hillfort are still visible as earthworks. It is located 300m north of Broom Hall Bridge.
An Iron Age earthwork, probably a hillfort. The ramparts can still be traced. The site is located 800m south east of Beausale.