Evidence of the Medieval northern defences and suburban occupation of Warwick was uncovered during archaeological work. Ditches, wells, cess and rubbish pits and pottery, some decorated, were found on the north side of Barrack Street.
The site of a ditch dating to the Roman period from which coins and brooches were recovered during an excavation at the Bull Inn, Mancetter.
A small undated ditch was found during archaeological work 200m west of Bidford Bridge.
A fishpond used for the breeding and storage of fish, and other ditches visible as earthworks. The fishpond and ditches date to the Medieval period. They are situated at Newnham, Aston Cantlow.
The site of a fishpond, used for the breeding and storage of fish during the Medieval and Post Medieval period. It remains as an earthwork and is situated 400m north of Broom.
During an archaeological excavation a ditch dating to the Imperial period was found. It was situated 500m south of Coton House.
A series of Iron Age storage pits, of similar form, size and function, were recorded during community excavation at New Place, Stratford. In subsequent seasons, a short stretch of Iron Age ditch/gully was located.
An archaeological excavation discovered a boundary ditch dating to the Iron Age, as well as a sherd of pottery. The site is located 300m north west of the church, Wellesbourne.
A boundary ditch dating to the Iron Age identified during an archaeological evaluation. The site is 900m northwest of Stockton church.
A ditch that contained Iron Age pottery was excavated 200m south of Kisses Barn Farm.