An area of ridge and furrow cultivation of Medieval date and a possible hollow way. The remains are visible as earthworks and are situated at the north end of Marton.
Traces of ridge and furrow cultivation, probably of Medieval date, were found during an excavation. The site was located to the east of Oak Road, Tiddington.
Banks and ditches are evident on aerial photographs to the south of Whichford.
Findspot - during archaeological work a Bronze Age or early Iron Age pit, a light scatter of Romano-British pottery and remains of a medieval or post medieval field system were found at Wolston High School.
The site of a piece of land south of the church at Lapworth, for which there is documentary evidence for the medieval open field system and for the division of land into strip fields.
Combe Abbey Park, a park which was landscaped by Capability Brown in the 18th century. The park incorporates a deer park, wood, and field system. The fishponds, of which one survives, are possibly Medieval.
Bushwood Common was a piece of common land that was in use during the Medieval to the Post Medieval period. It lay between Lowsonford and Bushwood.
There was common land at Finwood Green between the Medieval and Post Medieval period.
There was common land at Holywell during the Medieval and Post Medieval periods.
There was common land at Pinley Green during the Medieval and Post Medieval periods.