Remnant of Medieval Woodland
Hanging Wood, a managed woodland, possibly dating back to the Medieval period. A hollow way runs along the edge of it and there are earthworks of ridge and furrow. It is situated 400m north of Tattle Bank.
Hay Wood, the heavily coniferised remains of a Medieval wood. The woodland comprises woodbanks and evidence of ancient coppicing.
Medieval Woodland ajoining Kenilworth
Hobditch Coppice, a managed woodland dating from the Medieval period to the present. It is located 300m north of Dean's Green.
Medieval Wood formerly The Frith
An area of managed woodland which contains a series of earthworks, and is bounded by a thick holly hedge. It is situated within Birchley Hays Wood.
Medieval wood called Masterswood (now called Red Hill Wood)
Weston and Waverley Woods. A site visit to the wood revealed an extensive network of Medieval banks and ditches associated with woodland management. The woods lie to the south west of Bubbenhall.