The site of a hoard discovered by a metal detectorist in 2008 of 1,146 denarii in a pot. Subsequent investigation by Warmington Heritage Group has recorded that the hoard was buried in a pit within the walls of a polygonal/circular stone building, with other possible votive deposits recorded in the vicinity. Excavation is ongoing.
Pits and gullies containing Iron Age pottery were found during archaeological work. They were situated 400m west of The Plantation, Wolston.
The site of ditches and pits containing early Bronze Age urn fragments and Iron Age potsherds. The site is located 800m northwest of Wixford.
Clay lined Iron Age Pit at Welford Pastures, Welford-on-Avon. Located 100m east of Welford Pastures Farm.
An Iron Age Pit, dated by a single sherd of pottery, was recorded during evaluation at Tiddington Fields, Tiddington.
The excavation of five pits, containing pottery and quern stones of Iron Age date. The pits had been cut into an earlier feature, probably a hengi-form barrow. The site is 200m south of Barford Wood.
Two pits of possible early Iron Age date were discovered and a four-post structure which was also likely to have been Iron Age in date.
Excavation of this site in advance of quarrying, found evidence of Iron Age activity, including a post hole, pits, elongated features and pottery with finger tip decoration. The location was at Church Hill, Burton Dassett.
Two ditches and a circular pit, dating to the Iron Age, were discovered during an archaeological excavation. Fragments of coarse pottery and charred grain were also found. The site is located 400m north west of the church, Hampton Lucy.
Evidence of Iron Age/ Romano British settlement uncovered during a series of evaluations and excavations. The site is located 600m to the east of Marsh Farm, Salford Priors.