The site of linear earthworks or lynchets that are visible on aerial photographs. They probably date to the Imperial period. The features are situated on the western edge of Bordon Wood.
Lynchets (ridges created by ploughing), that may be pre-Medieval in date, survive north of New Covert, Lark Stoke. The lynchets are visible as earthworks.
A Medieval lynchet and other features associated with agricultural use of this area in the Medieval period, were uncovered near Grove Lane, Wishaw during site excavations connected with the Birmingham Northern Relief Road project.
A field system, comprising banks, ditches and lynchets that all survive as earthworks. The field system seems to be associated with a Roman building. The field system is located in Glasshouse Wood.