Findspot - flint implements of Prehistoric date were found 400m north west of Quarry Farm.
Findspot - a large number of flint artefacts of Mesolithic and Neolithic date were found on Burrow Hill, 300m east of Corley.
Findspot - a stone mace head dating to the Mesolithic period was found 700m south east of St Peter's church, Wellesbourne.
Findspot - a piece of worked flint dating to between the Mesolithic and the Bronze Age was found 250m south of the church, Hunningham.
Findspot - flint artefacts dating to the Mesolithic period were found in the Great Packington area.
Findspot - a flint axehead dating to the Mesolithic period was found 700m north of Blackdown.
A collection of flints were recorded during fieldwalking undertaken in 2005. The flints appeared to be in a loose scatter and so do not represent specific settlement sites. They range in date from Mesolithic to Iron Age.
A flint scatter of Mesolithic and Neolithic flint artefacts, including microliths and an axe, was found 600m south east of Wolvey.
Findspot - flint implements of Mesolithic date were found in the area of Oldbury.
During an excavation a Mesolithic or Neolithic pit was discovered. It contained a human burial of an adult male. The burial of a child was found nearby but could not be dated. The site was located south of Cottage Farm, Stretton on Fosse..