The site of 'The Midlands Oak' a named tree which once stood at the junction of Lillington Avenue and Lillington Road and was believed to mark the centre of England.
A park at Grafton Court which was established during the Imperial period. The park contained features such as formal gardens, informal pleasure grounds, pools, kitchen garden and an orchard. These features appear on Ordnance Survey map of 1886 and later maps.
Loxley Hall grounds, a park dating from the Imperial period, now incorporating modern gardens. Part of the parkland is marked on the Ordnance Survey map of 1886/7. The grounds are situated to the north of Loxley.
The site of Wootton Hall Park, a landscape park dating to the Post Medieval period. Features of the park include an icehouse, a lake, an orchard and drive. It is situated north of Wootton Wawen.
Recommended Review Register entry by Lovie.
The site of formal gardens and an orchard dating to the Post Medieval period. The gardens are marked on the Ordnance Survey map of 1886 and were situated 750m south of Broom.
The site of a formal garden dating originally from the Post Medieval period. A modern garden has recently been created on this site. Features include the remains of a moat, an orchard and a drive. It is situated in Abbots Salford.
Stretton House and its grounds, including an orchard, created in the Imperial period, and marked on the Ordnance Survey map of 1886. It is situated 150m south west of the church in Stretton on Fosse.
Recommended for inclusion on Local List by Lovie.