A stone-built well of possible medieval date at 4-6 Evesham Street, Alcester.
A well, possibly dating from the Medieval period, was found during archaeological work. The well is marked on maps from the 19th century. It is located in Wasperton.
Two brick walls and a well were uncovered during archaeological works in Chapel Lane, Rugby. The features are believed to be late 18th/early 19th century in date.
Baginton Fulling Mill, a watermill that was in use from the Post Medieval period onwards. The watercourses associated with the mill are still visible as earthworks. The mill was situated 1km south west of Baginton.
Beggar's Well was rebuilt in its current location in the second half of the 20th century due to road widening. It is not known if any of the original brickwork survives.
A brick lined well dating to the Imperial period was uncovered during archaeological work. It was located in the area of Bleachfield Street.
An enclosure, with some internal features, is visible as a crop mark on aerial photographs. Excavation has dated it to the Roman period. It lies 450m south of Witherley Bridge.
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 well, probably dating from the mid 18th century and containing an assemblage of potsherds, was uncovered in Main Street, Norton Lindsey.
A drinking fountain, dating to the Imperial period, is located 450m north of The Hollows.