C9), refers to the creation of nine new burgage strips from land belonging to seven of the tenants in Atherstone vill.
By the late Tudor period Atherstone had become a centre for leatherworking, clothmaking, metalworking and brewing.
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 Domesday Book of 1086, records that Atherstone was held by Countess Godiva. 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".In Tudor times, Atherstone was a thriving commercial centre for weaving and clothmaking.The town's favourable location laid out as a long ‘ribbon development’ along Watling Street, ensured its growth as a market town.The production of felt hats in the town ceased altogether with the closure of the Wilson & Stafford factory in 1999.
Atherstone is part of the parliamentary constituency of North Warwickshire, with the current MP for the area being Conservative's Craig Tracey.
Certainly reparation was made to Atherstone after the battle and not to Market Bosworth.
Local legend is that they stayed at The Three Tuns in Long Street.
The local authority is North Warwickshire Borough Council, which, since May 2015, has been under Conservative control.
The town is situated 5.6 mi (9.0 km) northwest of Nuneaton, 5.6 mi (9.0 km) southeast of Tamworth and 14 mi (23 km) north of the nearest major city, Coventry.
Its square tower being rebuilt in the fashionable "Gothic" style in 1782.