Aerial photographs show enclosures, pits, gullies and linear features at this site. Partial excavation has suggested a Later Prehistoric to Romano-British date, confirmed by radiocarbon dating. The location is in the area of Grove Field Farm, Wasperton.
The site of a Roman settlement. During partial excavation of the site, enclosures, ditches, houses and a possible corn drying kiln were found. The site was located 1km east of Bidford on Avon.
Part excavation of the site in advance of gravel extraction uncovered evidence of a Neolithic settlement. Post holes, a sub circular pit, and fragments of pottery were found. The site lies to the west and south west of Wasperton.
Excavation discovered the site of a Roman settlement which was identified from enclosures, pits, ditches and a possible building. Ten ovens and two wells were uncovered. Roman pottery was also discovered. The site is located south of Wasperton.
Ongoing excavations at Ling Hall Quarry (1989-1999) have uncovered various features of Prehistoric date. These include Mesolithic flints, Bronze Age burial remains, pit alignments and Iron Age hut circle and land holdings. Also pits, post holes, gullies and multi-period finds.
A defensive ditch and features that suggest buildings stood on this site in the Roman period, and were recorded during an excavation. The site lies 50m west of Quarry Lane, Mancetter.
The site of a stone pit which was in use during the Imperial period. It is marked on the Ordnance Survey map of 1885. It was situated 900m north east of Burnt Firs.
A fragment of walling, first exposed during excavation in the 1860s, was re-excavated during community excavations in 2011. Additional pits and possible post-holes were recorded.
Medieval features indicative of settlement, were found during an archaeological work at this site, west of Hockley Lane, Ettington. The features included ditches, pits a possible pond and buildings.
Aerial photographs showed evidence of a double ditched enclosure and a linear feature. The site was part excavated prior to gravel extraction. Iron Age pits and post holes were uncovered. The site is 400m northeast of Brandon Marsh Nature Reserve.