During a field survey of Baginton Castle earthworks several modern features were also recorded. These included a modern trackway used for testing military vehicles and a quarry. The features are visible as earthworks and are located 100m to the south west of the castle.
Tutbury Lane, a trackway of unknown date. The trackway is mentioned in documentary sources and is visible as an earthwork. It runs from north from Bretford, towards Brinklow and eventually Tutbury. The name comes from links between Tutbury priory and the area.
The site of the Medieval deserted settlement of Ditchford Frary. The remains of trackways are visible as earthworks. The settlement site is located east of Lower Ditchford.
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.
A hollow way can be seen on aerial photographs on the sothern bank of the River Avon 50m to the east of the B4029 Fosse Way near to Bretford Bridge.
The Medieval deserted settlement of Chelmscote. Hollow ways, house platforms and enclosures are visible as earthworks. The site is located 1km north west of Compton Wynyates.
Linear features, a trackway and enclosures of unknown date are visible as cropmarks on aerial photographs. The features suggest that this might be the remains of a settlement. Verified by excavation. Occupied 12th & 13th century, deserted/shrunken by 15th. Thought to be a manorial complex or grange of Pipewell Abbey. The site is located at Cawston.
The site of a Medieval deserted settlement. Hollow ways and house platforms survive as earthworks. Fragments of Medieval pottery and roof tiles have been found at the site which lies to the west of Long Itchington.
The site of a Medieval shrunken settlement, with four areas of desertion. House platforms, hollow ways, trackways, and a pond are visible as earthworks and on aerial photographs. It is situated to the west of Flecknoe.
The possible extent of Medieval settlement in Little Compton as indicated on the Ordnance Survey map of 1886.