Findspot - four Palaeolithic handaxes, a pebble tool and a scraper were found in a river channel 1km south of Bubbenhall. The finds suggest that this was a pre-Anglian Lower Palaeolithic occupation site.
Evidence of Roman occupation was found during archaeological work in Bleachfield Street, Alcester.
Evidence of Iron Age occupation was found during archaeological work. There were two areas of gullies and pits containing domestic rubbish. The site lies under the NFU carpark at Tiddington.
Evidence of Medieval occupation and a kiln was found during excavations at Bermuda Road, Chilvers Coton.
Iron Age and Romano-British occupation site.
A total of 52 pieces of flint were recovered during fieldwalking by members of the community at Wixford Lodge Farm. The composition of the assemblage indicates a multi-period settlement site.
A lower Palaeolithic occupation site, predating the Anglian glaciation.
During archaeological work the remains of ditches, trackways and post holes were uncovered. The features suggested that this area was occupation site of Medieval date. It was located to the west of Southam Road, Long Itchington.
Various finds may be associated with features such as post holes found during an excavation. They suggest that this may have been a settlement or occupation site during the Mesolithic or Neolithic periods. The site lies to the south of Cryfield Village.
Evidence for Roman occumpation of this site was found during an excavation. A paved area with a post hole in the middle was found as well as Roman pottery and coins. The site lies to the east of Birch Abbey, Alcester.