Now we come to the difficult question of where the Fosse Way ends.
The Fosse Way passes to the east of the parish.
Nearby, in a dry stone wall, a few carved words tell the story of someone murdered on the old Fosse Way.
It may also have been the site of a fort that provided a point of control for the Fosse Way.
One of these roads headed in a south-westerly direction, this was the Fosse Way.
The Fosse Way was presumably important in the town's early development but its origins appear to be surprisingly complex.
The ford from which the village derived its name was connected with the Fosse Way.
In addition, a few isolated burials near the route of the Fosse Way were found during the 19th century.
In this case the road is Fosse Way.
They preferred to sit it out on the Fosse Way.