Cemetery with shrubbery, topiary yews, clipped hollies and a number of funerary monuments. Recommendation for inclusion in theLocal List by Lovie.
An Anglo Saxon cemetery dating to the Migration period was discovered during an archaeological excavation. It contained at least 116 burials and 24 cremations. Finds included spears, knives, brooches and beads. The site is located south of Wasperton.
Gravestone fragments of Post Medieval date were found during archaeological work. Fragments of carved stone from the Medieval period were also found. The finds were made at the cemetery of the church in Tredington.
Late 19th century, greatly extended. Lodge, double chaped, curved paths.Recommended for inclusion on Local List by Lovie
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.
19th century cemetery with stone chapels and C19th conifer planting in avenues.Recommended for inclusion on Local List by Lovie.
The site of an Anglo Saxon cemetery dating to the Migration period which was discovered in 1872. Many finds including brooches, amber beads, a sword and shield bosses were found with the human remains. It was located 500m west of Leafield Bridge.
The site of a cemetery containing Anglo Saxon cremation burials and inhumations dating to the Migration or Early Medieval periods. Brooches, tweezers, and buckles were amongst the objects found with the burials. The cemetery was situated to the east of Baginton.
The remains of a Bronze Age cremation cemetery and an enclosure were found during an excavation. The remains were found 600m east of Bubbenhall.
The Church of St John the Baptist was Medieval in origin. It was extensively repaired in the Imperial period, with various additions. The church is situated 100m south of Wolvey Bridge.