The site of a possible shrunken village, at Willington, dating to the Medieval period. The remains of the village are visible as earthworks on aerial photographs. The village is also mentioned in documentary evidence.
The site of a possible shrunken village in Bishop's Itchington dating to the Medieval period. Aerial photographs reveal earthworks at this site.
The site of a possible shrunken village dating to the Medieval period. The remains of several holloways are visible as earthworks. A Post Medieval house also existed on the site. It is located 400m south east of Fenny Compton.
The possible site of a Medieval shrunken village. A hollow way is visible as an earthwork. The site lies to the west of Chapel Green.
The site of a shrunken village dating to the Medieval period. It is visible as an earthwork and on aerial photographs The site is located to the east and south east of Great Wolford.
The site of shrunken village at Loxley which is visible as an earthwork on aerial photographs. Documentary evidence suggests that the village was much larger during the Medieval period than it is today and that it probably declined in the 14th or 15th century.
Earthworks, including house platforms, may indicate that this is the site of a Medieval shrunken village. Lidar images show building footings to the west of the village and a moat to the east.
An area of Medieval shrunken village which is visible as a series of earthworks. The remains represent three houses which border the ridge and furrow. These houses are not marked on the Ladbroke map of 1639. The site is located 200m north of Dovehouse Spinney.
The site of the Medieval shrunken village of Monks Kirby. The remains are visible as an earthwork. The site is located 200m north west of the church at Monks Kirby.
The site of a shrunken settlement at Burmington. The remains of the village are visible as earthworks on aerial photographs.