Possibly a former boundary ditch or pond. Uncertain hollow feature found in an excavated trench.
Medieval features indicative of settlement, were found during an archaeological work at this site, west of Hockley Lane, Ettington. The features included ditches, pits a possible pond and buildings.
Earthworks associated with water drainage, together with a depression which may have been a pond. They are of unknown date and are situated 400m east of Botley Hill, Ullenhall.
Ponds of Medieval or Post Medieval date which are visible as earthworks. They are situated 50m east of Hartshill Castle.
There is Early Medieval documentary evidence for the existence of a 'salt mere' at this site, associated with a trackway. The present fishpond in Goldicote Park, 300m south west of Long Coppice, may be its descendant.
A pond, or fishpond, used for breeding and storing fish, possibly associated with a Medieval Cistercian grange. It still exists as a pond, and is situated 100m east of the church at Radway.
The site of a garden which was created in the 20th century, surrounding an earlier house. It is situated 200m north east of the church, Ilmington. Features include a Dutch garden with topiary, rose garden, ponds and a summer house.
Listed Building Status for summer house in Dutch garden recommended by Lovie.
The site of Kenilworth Mere, a Medieval pool created as part of Kenilworth Castle's defences, and of its associated dam. Field boundaries still mark the area it covered, which was to the west of the Castle.
Lower Lark Stoke grounds, gardens created in the Imperial period. They are marked on the Ordnance Survey map of 1884. Features included a ha ha, ponds and a cascade. The gardens are located west of Ilmington.
Loxley Hall grounds, a park dating from the Imperial period, now incorporating modern gardens. Part of the parkland is marked on the Ordnance Survey map of 1886/7. The grounds are situated to the north of Loxley.