Obelisk dating from 1848 located in the grounds of Compton Verney approximately 45 metres south-east of the house towards the lake.
A landscape park surrounding Radway Grange. The park was developed from the Post Medieval period onwards and now incorporates 20th century gardens. The park and gardens are situated to the south east of Radway.
The site of a memorial fountain erected in 1858 to mark the Queen's Jubilee visit. It was demolished in 1962. It stood in Market Place, Warwick.
A memorial cross from the Imperial period. It is in the Burial Ground at Wroxall.
The Drayton Memorial, a commemorative monument to the poet Michael Drayton, which was erected in 1972. It is situated on Castle Road, Hartshill.
Findspot - a carved stone depicting a cross, and dating to the Medieval period, was found 750m north of the church, Wasperton.
A commemorative monument or memorial to a Captain Middleton, which was erected in the Imperial period. It is located in the area of Shanes Castle Road.
The site of a mausoleum to the Knight family which dated to the Imperial period. It is visible as an earthwork and is situated 900m east of Oldberrow.
A commemorative monument, a memorial pillar to the Battle of Edge Hill erected in 1949. It is situated north of Clumber Park Road.
The site of a Post Medieval inscribed stone on Blacklow Hill. The stone has, among other letters, the inscription, "1311 P GAVESTON EARL OF CORNWALL BEHEADED HERE" The stone is on the site of Gaveston's Cross.