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 Medieval bank and fishponds, used for the breeding and storage of fish. They are visible as earthworks, and are situated on the west side of Draycote.
An Iron Age hillfort on Meon Hill, the remains of which are visible as earthworks. Excavation and site surveys have recorded the layout of the ramparts and internal features as well as producing a variety of finds.
The site of a Roman settlement. During partial excavation of the site, enclosures, ditches, houses and a possible corn drying kiln were found. The site was located 1km east of Bidford on Avon.
The site of a possible Roman fort, comprising a triple ditched enclosure which is visible on aerial photographs. The site is located 1km north east of Clifford Chambers. Alternative interpretations of the site suggest that this was a Roman settlement.
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.
There is documentary evidence for a watermill at Cryfield Grange from the Medieval to the late Post Medieval period. It was recorded as a fulling mill in 1535. The dam banks remain visible as earthworks, 700m north east of Crackley Wood.
Castle Hill, a Medieval motte and bailey castle. The remains of the castle motte are visible as an earthwork. The site is located 200m west of Castle Hill Lane, Upper Brailes.
The earthwork remains of a Medieval watermill. There is documentary evidence for the mill from the Domesday survey and later. The site is at Fulbrook, 550m south of Sherbourne Hill.
Brandon Castle, the site of a Medieval castle, with associated castle keep and moat complex. Documentary evidence exists for some of its history, and some of the earthworks have been patially excavated. The castle is situated 300m south of Brandon.