The site of the Medieval shrunken village of Cosford. The remains of the village are visible as earthworks. The site is located in the area of Cosford Hall Farm.
The site of a Medieval shrunken settlement, with four areas of desertion. House platforms, hollow ways, trackways, and a pond are visible as earthworks and on aerial photographs. It is situated to the west of Flecknoe.
The possible site of a Medieval shrunken village at Priors Marston. The remains of the village are visible as earthworks, including several house platforms. The site lies to the north of Priors Marston.
The possible site of a Medieval shrunken village at Lower Shuckburgh. The village is known to have existed from documentary evidence. The remains of the village are visible as earthworks in some areas.
The possible site of a Post Medieval shrunken village for which documentary evidence survives. House platforms, a hollow way and ridge and furrow cultivation are all visible as earthworks. The site is located 500m to the east of Sawbridge.
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.
The site of a shrunken village, at Tidmington, dating to the Medieval period. The earthworks are visible on aerial photographs.
The site of a shrunken village at Little Wolford. The village dates from the Medieval to the Post Medieval period. Its remains are visible as an earthwork in and around the modern settlement.
The site of an area of Medieval shrunken village at Longdon. It is known from documentary evidence, earthworks of house platforms and trackways revealed on aerial photographs, and from finds of pottery. It is located 600m north west of Longdon Poplars.
The site of the remains of the Medieval shrunken village at Harborough Magna. The remains are visible on aerial photographs. The site is located to the west of Pailton Road.