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.
Two possible ring ditches, which date to the Neolithic and Bronze Age, are visible as cropmarks on aerial photographs. They are located 900m north west of Charlecote House.
A possible ring ditch which is visible as a cropmark on aerial photograhs. It is of of unknown date. The ring ditch is located 600m north west of Salford Priors.
Ongoing excavations at Ling Hall Quarry (1989-1999) have uncovered various features of Prehistoric date. These include Mesolithic flints, Bronze Age burial remains, pit alignments and Iron Age hut circle and land holdings. Also pits, post holes, gullies and multi-period finds.
The site of settlement which is visible as a cropmarks on aerial photographs. It includes enclosures, ring ditches and linear features which have been interpreted as possible boundary ditches. The date of the settlement is unknown but it is likely to span from the Bronze Age to possibly the Roman period. It is situated 1km south west of Rushington.
The site of a ring ditch, linear feature and an enclosure. All the features are visible as cropmarks on aerial photographs. They are of unknown date and are located 300m north west of Ratley.
An enclosure of Neolithic or Iron Age date was found during an archaeological excavation. Its function is unknown. The site is located 500m south east of the church, Wasperton.
Pleasure grounds created in the Imperial period at Ettington Vicarage, to the north of the village. Features include walks, a kitchen garden, a paddock park and boundary planting.Recommended for inclusion on Local List by Lovie.
The site of several ring ditches of Neolithic or Bronze Age date. Some of the ring ditches have been partially excavated and interpreted as the remains of a henge, enclosure and barrow. The ring ditches are situated 700m east of Bretford.
The site of an undated D-shaped enclosure and several short linear features. They are visible as a cropmark on aerial photographs. The site is located 950m north east of Weston Hill.