The King Stone is a standing stone dating from between the Early Neolithic and the Late Bronze Age periods. It is located 850m south of The Hollows.
A stone recorded in the 1920s and interpreted as an Early Neolithic long barrow. Alternatively it may have been a Prehistoric standing stone or a natural feature. The site lay 1.4 km south of Little Compton.
The site of an undated standing stone, (short stone). It was situated south west of Stretton on Fosse.