There is evidence from a fourteenth century document for a dovecote, a building for the breeding and housing of doves or pigeons, at a locaton in the parish of Long Itchington.
A possible archaeological site of unknown date is visible as a cropmark on aerial photographs. The exact nature of the site is unknown. It is located between Bourton on Dunsmore and Frankton.
Various cropmarks of unknown date are visible on aerial photographs suggesting that this might be an archaeological site. The cropmarks are situated to the north of Princethorpe Great Wood.
Documentary evidence suggests that there was a watermill in the area of Grandborough in the Medieval period. A sluice is marked on the Ordnance Survey map of 1884, but any traces of a mill have now gone.
A layer of clay that may be a surface that was laid down during the Roman period. The site is situated east of Quarry Lane, Mancetter.
A geophysical survey identified a possible archaeological site. The type and date of the site are unknown. It is located to the north of Cryfield Village.