A moat, a wide ditch surrounding a building. The moat is medieval in date and is visible as an earthwork. It is situated north of McDonnell Drive, Bedworth.
Packwood Hall Moat, a wide ditch usually surrounding a building. It is of Medieval origin and is partially visible as an earthwork. It is situated at Packwood Hall in Lapworth.
The remains of a possible moat, a wide ditch usually surrounding a building. It could date from the Medieval period through to the Imperial period. It remains visible as an earthwork, and also shows up on aerial photographs. It is located 450m southeast of Newton. A possible associated fishpond and traces of house platforms and other features are also visible on aerial photography.
Whichford Castle Moat, a wide ditch surrounding a building, which dates to the Medieval period. It is probably of a later date than the inner building of which traces survive. It is visible as an earthwork, and is situated 200m west of the church at Whichford.
Wike moat, a wide ditch usually surrounding a building. Of Medieval date it is visible as an earthwork, and shows up on aerial photographs. It is situated 350m south of Watching Hill Spinney, Coughton.
The site of Wolfhampcote Medieval deserted settlement. There is documentary evidence for its existence and abandonment by the 16th century. Aerial photographs and part excavation, suggest a moat, a hollow way, fishponds, buildings.
Baddesley Clinton Hall moat, a wide ditch surrounding the semi fortified Manor House. It dates to the Medieval period and survives as an earthwork. National Trust maintenance work has uncovered stone structures and a wooden sluice.
A moat, a wide ditch surrounding a building, probably the site of one of the two manor houses of Baxterley. The moat is Medieval in origin, visible as an earthwork, and is situated at Baxterley Old Hall.
The site of Braggington Moat, a wide ditch usually surrounding a building. The moat is of Medieval date. It is visible as an earthwork and is situated at Braggington.
Brandon Castle, the site of a Medieval castle, with associated castle keep and moat complex. Documentary evidence exists for some of its history, and some of the earthworks have been patially excavated. The castle is situated 300m south of Brandon.