The site of a Medieval church which has been partially excavated. The site of the church is also known from documentary evidence and the remains are visible as an earthwork. The site is located at Stretton Baskerville, 1km south west of Sketchley.
A fishpond used for the breeding and storage of fish which dates from the Medieval/Post Medieval period. It is visible as an earthwork and is situated to the west of Watergall Bridge.
Alveston Mill, the site of a watermill for which there is documentary evidence from the early Medieval period. Derelict by 1886, it was demolished in the 1940s. Only a weir survives. The mill was 400m north east of the church.
A Medieval motte and bailey castle surviving as an earthwork. It is located to the north west edge of Seckington on the southern side of the B5493.
The site of Norton deserted settlement dating to the Medieval period. Hollow ways, enclosures and possible house platforms are visible as earthworks. The settlement is known from documentary evidence and is situated 1km north of the church, Norton Lindsey.
The foundations, two steps, and the socket stone of a Medieval standing cross. It is situated in the churchyard of the Church of St Peter and St Paul, Butler's Marston.
The Parish Church of Saints Peter and Paul. Dating back to the Medieval period, this church underwent alterations in the 14th through to the 20th Centuries. It is situated south west of Craw Bridge, Long Compton.
A Medieval moat, a wide ditch usually surrounding a building, is still visible as an earthwork at this site. It is situated 500m north of Clattyland Wood, Honiley.
The site of Wolston Priory which was founded during the Medieval period. It is situated 600m north east of St Margaret's Church, Wolston.
The site of the deserted settlement of Fulbrook which dates to the Medieval period. It is known from documentary evidence and earthworks of ridge and furrow are visible. It lies 250m north of Castle Hill, Fulbrook.