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 long rectangular feature, possibly a cursus dating to the Neolithic period, is visible on aerial photographs. It is located 1km north east of the church, Sherbourne.
The site of a partially destroyed Neolithic cursus. The cursus was partially excavated in order to determine its shape and size. It can be seen as a cropmark on aerial photographs. It is located 400m south east of Barford Sheds.
The site of several ring ditches of Neolithic or Bronze Age date. Some of the ring ditches have been partially excavated and interpreted as the remains of a henge, enclosure and barrow. The ring ditches are situated 700m east of Bretford.
The site of a Prehistoric pit alignment and a possible cursus monument. They are visible as cropmarks on aerial photographs. The pit alignment and cursus are located 600m north west of Knightlow Hill.
Two linear features are visible as cropmarks on aerial photographs. They may be the side ditches of a possible cursus, which dates to the Neolithic period, though this has not been proven. The site is located 550m east of the church, Charlecote.
A double ditched enclosure is visible on a number of aerial photographs, running N-S for 400m, with the ditches c.70m apart. It lies approx. 350m to the west of Pastures Farm, Loxley.
A cropmark, seemingly of two parallel ditches with a rounded end, runs across a cultivated field at Meer Hill, Loxley. The site is potentially of prehistoric origin; but little artefactual evidence has been recovered in its vicinity.