The site of a possible fishpond, used for the breeding and storage of fish. The fishpond may have been used as a marl pit. It dates to the Medieval/Post Medieval period, and is situated 200m northwest of Cryfield Village.
A bank can be seen on aerial photographs in a field to the north of Paget's Lane near to Shrubs lodge.
A 17th century farmhouse with associated outbuildings dating mainly from the mid-19th century to mid-20th century.
A curving bank on the western side of the river Avon at Bubbenhall may be an embakment to prevent flooding or the headland associated with ridge and furrow ploughing seen nearby
A group of curvilinear banks can be seen on aerial photographs.
Banks, ditches and ridge and furrow ploughing are evident on aerial photographs adjacent to Bilton Hill. Rig now levelled.
Crofts Farm incorporates buildings dating from the 18th and 19th centuries. They include barns, a granary and a stable block. The farm is located to the north west of Alveston Pasture.
Cryfield House Farm was established during the Post Medieval period. It was built on land formerly belonging to Cryfield Grange, west of Cryfield Village.
Ditches and banks are visible on aerial photographs immeadiately to the north east of Kingley Farm, Wixford.
Two earth banks can be seen on aerial photographs to the south of Brinklow Castle.