The remains of Wroxall Priory Church, of Medieval origin. The church is now used as the Parish Church. It is likely that this part of the church was always used by parishoners, and that the portion of the building to the south, which is now destroyed, was used by the nuns.
The remains of Kenilworth Abbey Church which dates from the Medieval period. Excavation has uncovered the ground plan and evidence of burials within the church. The site is at the tennis courts in Abbey Fields.
The site of Wolston Priory which was founded during the Medieval period. It is situated 600m north east of St Margaret's Church, Wolston.
Trial trenching and geophysical survey found evidence of Medieval buildings, possibly associated with St. Mary's Priory, on the west side of Manor Court Road.
Excavations revealed evidence of Medieval buildi ngs associated with St Mary's Priory, Nuneaton. A pit containing medieval pottery was also recorded.
The site of Wroxall Abbey, a Medieval Benedictine Nunnery which was founded in the 12th century. The remains of two of the nunnery buildings are still standing, as are the remains of the church. A house was built on the site during the 16th century.
Polesworth Abbey, a nunnery house governed by an abbess. The Abbey dates to the Early Medieval period and lies 200m east of Bridge Street, Polesworth.
The possible site of the priory church dating to the Medieval period. It is located 750m north west of St Mary's church, Studley.
The remains of Stoneleigh Abbey buildings that are of Medieval date. Parts of the abbey cloister, chapter house and dormitory survive and have been incorporated into a later building. The abbey buildings were located 500m north west of The Grove.
During an excavation, the remains of a Medieval field system and ridge and furrow were found. A large boundary ditch was also found. The site is located 500m east of Stonleigh Abbey.