The remains of Roman buildings were excavated to the west of Bleachfield Street, Alcester. Roman coins were also found at this site.
The Roman town of Alcester, originally a fort, which was surrounded by a defensive rampart. The town comprised an industrial zone in the Birch Abbey area, a residential area to the east, and several cemeteries.
Area of Middle-Late Iron Age Pits and Postholes from Area 'B' uncovered from excavation in advance of the construction of the Barford Bypass.
A boundary ditch and a post hole of medieval or post-medieval date were found in an evaulation trench in 2010. A sherd of medieval pottery was recovered from the post hole.
A number of Bronze Age pits were found when archaeological work was taking place at Alveston Manor, Stratford-on-Avon.
The site of a deserted settlement of Medieval date within the outer enclosure of Boteler's Castle, suggested by earthworks and a scatter of pottery sherds. Evidence suggests that it was abandoned by the mid thirteenth century. The site lies 200m east of Oversley Castle.
A linear feature is visible as a cropmark on aerial photographs. During an excavation the feature was found to be a row of post holes, possibly of Iron Age date. They were situated 500m south of Church Lawford Airfield.
Pits and post holes of Early Medieval date were uncovered during part excavation of the site of the vicarage in Old Town, Stratford on Avon. Pottery of the same period was found in the pits and post holes.
The site of an Early Medieval settlement. Excavation has uncovered features and finds associated with occupation, including post holes, ditches, pits and enclosures. It is 150m north east of Bidford Bridge.
The remains of several Medieval buildings were excavated in Bleachfield Street, Alcester. The buildings were indicated by post holes, walls and hearths.