Findspot - flint implements of Prehistoric date were found 400m north west of Quarry Farm.
Findspot - a coin dating to the Imperial period was found 300m south west of Lillington Recreation Ground.
Findspot - a large number of flint artefacts of Mesolithic and Neolithic date were found on Burrow Hill, 300m east of Corley.
Findspot - a Neolithic stone axe was found 300m north west of Foxon's Corner.
Find spot - a scatter of Roman pottery sherds was found near Oakley Wood Road, Bishop's Tatchbrook.
Findspot - the fragment of a Roman marble sarcophagus was found 300m south east of Langcomb Covert.
Findspot - a stone axe dating to the Neolithic period was found in Lillington.
An archaeological excavation in Castle Park revealed evidence of a settlement dating to the Medieval period. Plot boundaries, post holes and three stone lined pits were discovered. Medieval pottery and a leather knife scabbard were among the finds recovered.
A rectangular enclosure and linear features are visible as a cropmark on aerial photographs. A field survey found a Roman building and occupational debris that suggested a prosperous villa, possibly overlying an Iron Age site. The site is situated south east of Bidford on Avon.
Warwick Castle Park. Documentary and evidence from excavation shows that the landscaped park, which surrounds Warwick Castle, dates to the Post Medieval and Imperial periods.Recommended for Review Register entry by Lovie.