Findspot - a coin dating to the Iron Age period was found near Bushwood.
An archaeological excavation partially uncovered several features dating to the later Iron Age and Romano-British Period. They included a double ditched enclosure, a rectangular enclosure and storage pits. The site is located 500m north east of Snowford Bridge.
Find of an Ancient British coin in Crackley Lane, Burton Green.
A crop mark that appearts to be part of a small enclosure is apparent on aerial photographs.
Findspot - fragments of pottery, originally believed to date to the Bronze Age, were found 400m west of Horsley Plantation. It is possible that the finds may date to the Medieval period.
The site of a possible pit alignment dating from the Prehistoric period, which shows as a cropmark on aerial photographs. The location is 200m east of New Street, Tiddington.
The site of a human burial dating to the Iron Age. The site was located 500m south east of Oldbury Camp.
Two enclosures, a trackway and parallel ditches are visible as cropmarks on aerial photographs. Fragments of pottery found on the site dates to the Roman period. The site is located 600m south west of the cemetery, Barford.
Findspot - several pieces of Iron Age and Roman pottery were found at Longbridge roundabout.