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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.
Schnebbelie in 1790 prompted Nichols to assert that "the new tower provides a good effect".
St Mary's was further redesigned in 1849 by Thomas Henry Wyatt and David Brandon.
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Atherstone has a long history dating back to Roman times.Atherstone is close to the River Anker which forms the boundary between Warwickshire and Leicestershire.Witherley village is on the opposite bank of the river in Leicestershire, whilst the village of Mancetter is contiguous with Atherstone to the southeast.The industry began in the 17th century and at its height there were seven firms employing 3,000 people.Due to cheap imports and a decline in the wearing of hats, the trade had largely died out by the 1970s with just three companies remaining, Denham & Hargrave Ltd, Vero & Everitt Ltd and Wilson & Stafford Ltd.