|Back Road||Stewkley Road top of Littleworth to Stewkley Hill|
|Bluebell Spinney||Field behind Old Park Farm on Cublington Road|
|The Brickyard||Chesterfield Crescent (site of the former Littleworth brickworks)|
|Buck Way||Track to Burcott Hall Farm|
|The Clump||Round clump of trees in the middle of Wing Park|
|The Cross||Junction of High Street and Vicarage Lane|
|Deep Corner||At bridge over Webster's brook towards Bluebell spinney|
|Dolly Wops||Small pond surrounded by trees in Park|
|Double Hedge||Park Gate to Tytheyard Spinney|
|Estate Yard||Houses behind Wantage House accessed via driveway to 49 High Street - also known as Timber Yard, Coal Yard, Hart's Yard|
|The Fields||Prospect Place north side|
|Foxharbour||Second spinney on right|
|Garden Pond||In the Park now known as Park Pond|
|Glebe Close||Field below Glebe Farm|
|Hand Post||Junction Stewkley Road/Leighton Road|
|Horner's Corner||Post Office end of High Street|
|Kemsal Spinney||First spinney on right on road to Stewkley|
|Labour-in-Vain||Road between Mentmore crossroads and Well Lane|
|The Lane||Leighton Road from the High Street to Rothschild Road|
|Long Row||8 cottages off no 13 Burcott High Street|
|Long Spinney||Bottom of field in Burcott / Littleworth|
|Police House||123 Leighton Road|
|Poor's Piece||Half way up Burcott Hill|
|Pound Piece||Field beside Ascott Estate Office|
|The Pound||Trees at junction of Vicarage Lane and High Street|
|The Puzzle||Allotment in Burcott|
|School Lane||From the church to Aylesbury Rd|
|Shiting Alley||From Aylesbury Road to Park|
|The Shoot (rubbish dump)||Edge of allotments and Chesterfield Crescent|
|Spion Cop||The highest hillock in the Park|
|Tytheyard Spinney||Corner of Pound Piece / Park|
|Webster's Brook||Second field beyond the Church|
|Woolack's Hill||Stewkley Hill|
Earlier versions of this list appeared on previous incarnations of the modern-day Wing village website and is reproduced here by permission of the former webmaster.
How about Wing itself and its hamlets?
Prior to the 15th century Wing was recorded as Weowungum, Witehunge, Wienge, Wengia, Wungia, Wongia, Wiungua, Wenghe, Wenge, Weyng(e), Guionga, Wyeng(e) or Wyng(g)(e).
Ascott was originally Estcota and Ascote.
Burcott was originally Burcota, Burcotes and Byrcott.
Cottesloe appears as Coteslawe and Cotslow(e)
Crafton was formerly Croustone, Croftone, Croftun, Croxton and Croston.
Littleworth was named as Litlengeworth in the 13th century.
If you’re a medieval history buff, you can find more details on these at The Historical Gazetteer of England’s Place-Names.