Some cropmarks show on aerial photographs 500m to the south of Stockton. The function or date of these remain unknown.
The site of earthworks, particularly of a possible hollow way leading to a ford. They are of unknown date and are visible on aerial photographs. The site is situated 1km north of Hill Wootton.
Two possible square features were identified on LiDAR to the south of the village. They are probably modern in origin.
Roman pottery, ceramic building material and masonry recovered during archaeological work suggest a Roman stone building may have stood in this area. The site was located in the High Street, Alcester.
A section of a possible Roman road is visible as a cropmark on aerial photographs. It is located 1.4km north of Walton.