Atherstone is planning two new primary schools, a neighbourhood centre and childcare facility to meet the needs of the growing community.
The historic railway station building, built in 1847, was under threat of demolition in the early 1980s. Thanks to a local group, the Railway and Steam Traction Society, listed status was obtained, with the building celebrating its 150th anniversary in 1997. Building work won a special Ian Allen conservation award. As of 2008, the railway station building is occupied by a local veterinary practice.
The Atherstone Red Lion Hotel is an independently owned and operated traditional coaching inn dating back to the 1500s, situated in the heart of Atherstone. It has been lovingly restored and updated to provide everything you would expect from a hotel which prides itself on being at the heart of the community.
By the late Tudor period Atherstone had become a centre for leatherworking, clothmaking, metalworking and brewing. Local sheep farmers and cattle graziers supplied wool and leather to local tanners and shoemakers (an industry that continued until the 1970s), while metalworkers, locksmiths and nailers fired their furnaces with local coal and the alemakers supplied thirsty palates on market days.
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Upon completion more than a quarter of Atherstone will be preserved as open space. This includes a 100 hectare regional park, extensive hike and bike trails ...
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Our dedicated team are here to treat those minor ailments that occur as well as providing specialist management of long-term conditions and clinics covering a wide range of healthcare issues. The technology also means you can now do a lot of things from the comfort of your home such as order a repeat prescription or cancel an appointment.
The 'ball' used is specially made each year and is 'thrown out' by a prominent sporting or show business personality. Shop windows are boarded-up and traffic is diverted on the afternoon whilst the game, in which hundreds of people take part, progresses along the town's main streets.
This Shrove Tuesday ball game has been held annually since the early 12th century and is one of Atherstone's claims to fame. The origin of the game, in the reign of King John, is thought to have been a "Match of Gold that was played between the Warwickshire Lads and the Leicestershire Lads on Shrove Tuesday".
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Atherstone has a long history dating back to Roman times. An important defended Roman settlement named Manduessedum existed at Mancetter near the site of modern-day Atherstone, and the Roman road, the Watling Street (now known as the A5) ran through the town. It is believed by some historians that the rebel Queen of the Britons, Boudica was defeated at the Battle of Watling Street by the Romans in her final battle near Manduessedum.
The town has a historic centre based around St. Mary’s Church and the Market Square. Tourism is an increasing feature with Atherstone being a popular stopping point on the Coventry Canal. Find out more..
Atherstone is part of the parliamentary constituency of North Warwickshire, with the current MP for the area being Conservative's Craig Tracey. The local authority is North Warwickshire Borough Council, which, since May 2015, has been under Conservative control.
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The Domesday Book of 1086, records that Atherstone was held by Countess Godiva.
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Cappellos serviced rooms and apartments offer the same full ensuite facilities but with a more contemporary décor. There is a mixture of single rooms, twin bedded rooms, Double, triple and family rooms. We also have some large apartment style rooms with kitchenette facilities which are ideal for those looking for a longer stay.
The major football team in the town is Atherstone Town, known as 'the Adders'. Their ground is located on Sheepy Road. Atherstone's team started out as Atherstone Town Football Club in 1887 but folded in 1979, from 1979 to 2003 Atherstone's football team was known as Atherstone United Football Club but folded yet again mid-season in 2003. The team then reverted to the previous name Atherstone Town Football Club.
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The ancient St. Mary’s Chapel in Atherstone dates from the early 12th century when the monks of Bec made a donation of 12 acres (4.9 ha) to a house of friars and hermits, later referred to as "Austin friars". According to Nichols the chapel was granted to Henry Cartwright in 1542, then left abandoned and neglected until 1692 when Samuel Bracebridge settled a yearly sum for the parson of Mancetter to preach there every other Sunday in the winter season
Atherstone has strong naval connections. Three Royal Navy ships have been named HMS Atherstone for the town: Commissioned in 1916, 1939, and most recently, 1985.
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Atherstone is on the main A5 national route and close to the M42 motorway.
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Two primary schools, Atherstone Town Centre, and a Neighbourhood Activity Centre are all planned for Atherstone.
Whether your overnight stay is for business or pleasure, for one night or for a longer break, we guarantee the experience will be comfortable and memorable.
In part due to its central location in the UK, Atherstone's economy has expanded rapidly since the 1990s, with several major companies such as TNT (1987), Aldi, and 3M (1990s) setting up their head office operations and/or national distribution centres in the town. The British Home Stores warehouse which had operated in the town for 40 years, closed in August 2016 
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Our beautiful course is a 6012 yards course, which is not long, but with undulating fairways, several blind shots, stunning scenery and all 18 holes different to one another and with a Par of 72, will ensure you have a very memorable round of golf. The original course was laid out in 1894 on what was described as some of the best natural golfing land in the region which has produced a mass of golfing talent.
The Bridge Road Children’s & Community Centre is now open, as is the Western Business Accelerator & Centre for Excellence (BACE).
Once registered, patients and healthcare professionals work together to ensure the most appropriate care is provided. This partnership philosophy extends even further and our active patient group exists to make sure that patient needs and the practice offering are always heading in the same direction.
Atherstone /ˈæðərstən/ is a town and civil parish in the English county of Warwickshire. Located in the far north of the county, Atherstone forms part of the border with Leicestershire along the A5 national route, and is only 4.5 miles from Staffordshire. It lies midway between the larger towns of Tamworth and Nuneaton and contains the administrative offices of North Warwickshire Borough Council.