The site of a holy well which dates to the Medieval period, though the stone work surrounding the well dates to the Imperial period. Further restoration has taken place in the 20th century. It is situated 800m west of the church, Southam.
The site of a dam which was created during the Medieval period to create the water defences at Kenilworth castle known as the Mere, which no longer exists. The earthwork bank is still visible and is situated to the south, west and north of the castle.
The possible site of a Medieval watermill 700m north east of Hobditch Coppice. Archaeological work uncovered ditches, possibly the remains of a watercourse associated with the mill. They contained Medieval pottery. Part of a sandstone millstone was also found.
The site of a Roman settlement. During partial excavation of the site, enclosures, ditches, houses and a possible corn drying kiln were found. The site was located 1km east of Bidford on Avon.
Excavation discovered the site of a Roman settlement which was identified from enclosures, pits, ditches and a possible building. Ten ovens and two wells were uncovered. Roman pottery was also discovered. The site is located south of Wasperton.
A holy well with a well house situated beside the path to the north of All Saints' Church. The well may be of Post Medieval date, and the well house was built in 1840 in the Grecian style.
A 6th spring was discovered at Leamington in 1810. The New Pump Room and Baths, later to become The Royal Baths and Pump Room, were built in 1814. The building has been frequently altered. It is situated to the north west of Victoria Bridge, Leamington Spa.
The site of Bishopton Spa, comprising of baths and a well. The spa was in use during the Post Medieval and Imperial periods and is known from documentary evidence. It was situated 400m west of Mt Pleasant Farm.
The site of a possible holy well of unknown date which is known from documentary evidence. Two maps from 1672 and 1840 refer to Holy Well Field. It was located 650m south of the church, Ufton.
Weston Mill, the site of a watermill for which there is intermittent documentary evidence from the Medieval to the Imperial periods. Some brick foundations survive, together with earthwork traces of watercourses. The location is 1km west of Hunningham.