A Medieval moat, a wide ditch usually surrounding a building, which has been part excavated, and is visible as an earthwork. Occupational debris from the 13th century was found. It is situated 150m south west of St Margaret's church at Hunningham.
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.
A possible Medieval moat, a wide ditch surrounding a building. The visible earthwork and evidence from aerial photographs suggest that this is a moat associated with a manor house. It is situated 100m west of the church at Long Compton.
A moat, a wide ditch usually surrounding a building. It dates to the Medieval period and is still visible as an earthwork. It is situated to the west of Manor Farm, Draycote.
The site of Alcester Abbey, a Medieval monastery and moat. Some of the abbey buildings, including the Chapter House, have been excavated. Other parts of the abbey, including the claustral buildings, are visible as earthworks. The site is located north of School Road, Alcester.
Documentary evidence suggests that this was the site of the Cookhill Priory, comprising a moat and priory buildings. Of Medieval date, the remains of the priory are visible as earthworks. The site is located 350m north west of Morgrove Coppice, Spernall.
The remains of a water-filled inner moat, a wide ditch that surrounded the 16th century house. It is situated at Compton Wynyates House,
One moat of a doubled moated site probably associated with a manor house. Of Medieval date, it may represent a different stage of building to its other half. It is situated 300m south of the right-angle bend on the Sherbourne to Hampton Lucy road.
A Medieval moat, a wide ditch usually enclosing a building. It is still partly visible as an earthwork. The moat is situated 100m south of Poors Wood, Honiley.
A moat, a wide ditch usually surrounding a building, which dates to the Medieval period. It is visible as an earthwork, and is situated 250m northwest of Broadwells Wood, Burton Green.