Two ring ditches of Neolithic date were found during an archaeological excavation. The ring ditches were situated within an enclosure. They were located 500m east of Bretford.
A flint scatter of Neolithic or Bronze Age date was found 250m south west of Lower Rock Farm.
A complex of linear features that are visible as cropmarks on aerial photographs. They probably represent a settlement of Prehistoric and/or Roman date. They are situated 600m north east of the church at Sherbourne.
Part excavation of the site in advance of gravel extraction uncovered evidence of a Neolithic settlement. Post holes, a sub circular pit, and fragments of pottery were found. The site lies to the west and south west of Wasperton.
Findspot - a Neolithic stone axe was found 300m north west of Foxon's Corner.
Findspot - a stone axe dating to the Neolithic period was found in Lillington.
Two possible ring ditches, which date to the Neolithic and Bronze Age, are visible as cropmarks on aerial photographs. They are located 900m north west of Charlecote House.
An earthwork, which is visible as a cropmark on aerial photographs it has been suggested as a possible Iron Age Hill Fort but is more likely to be a Neolithic Enclosure with Iron Age Features within it. It is located 600m south east of Thornton Wood at Ettington in South Warwickshire.
The King Stone is a standing stone dating from between the Early Neolithic and the Late Bronze Age periods. It is located 850m south of The Hollows.
The site of a rectangular enclosure which is visible as a cropmark on aerial photographs. It is believed to date to the Prehistoric period. It is situated 600m east of Sambourne.