An area of enclosed fields systems in Priors Hardwick Parish
The site of a field system which survives as an earthwork. It is of unknown date. The site is located 400m south east of Thorn Hill.
An area of ridge and furrow cultivation of Medieval or Post Medieval date. The ridge and furrow survives as an earthwork. It is situated 300m east of the church at Baginton.
Several undated pits and gullies were uncovered during an excavation. They may belong to a pre-Roman field system. The site is to the east of Oak Road, Tiddington.
Romano-British field boundaries found during excavation in the outer enclosure of Boteler's Castle. These were possibly part of a larger field system aligned on Ryknild Street.
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.
There was common land at Holywell during the Medieval and Post Medieval periods.
Two ditches, either part of the medieval field system or boundary ditches were found during archaeological work adjacent to Wolvey Hall.
An area of Medieval ridge and furrow cultivation and a drain were found during archaeological work. The site is located at the caravan park on Tiddington Road, Stratford upon Avon.
Ridge and furrow, which are the earthwork remains of a field system, that was used during the Medieval and Post Medieval period. A trackway is also visible as an earthwork. The site is located at Wappenbury.