Binley Common Wood, a Medieval (and probably earlier) managed woodland; former grazed common wood. The woodland comprises: woodbanks; a possible Medieval "trench"; an area of ridge and furrow and evidence of ancient coppicing.
Big Rough wood is possibly a Medieval managed woodland; former grazed common wood. The woodland comprises; semi-natural and possibly ancient coppiced tree communities.
Piles Coppice, a Medieval (and probably earlier) managed woodland. The woodland comprises: wood banks, a deer park bank and evidence of ancient coppicing.
A rectilinear bank and ditches can be seen on aerial photographs in the field imediately to the east of Wood Bevington Farm.
Birchley Wood, New Close Wood and The Grove are managed woodlands. The woodland comprises: woodbanks, some dated; a possible early brickworks; and evidence of ancient coppicing. The woodland management may date back to the Medieval period or earlier.
Charlecote Grove seems to be roughly the same size and shape as the modern Chalcot Wood.
Site of a medieval wood called Clopton Grove.
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.
Woodland mentioned in Medieval documentary sources with possible wood banks and ditches surviving as earthworks.