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Originally a farming community consisting of a few scattered farms. It is mentioned in the Domesday Book of 1086, and was owned by the Clergy of Wolverhampton Church. It is possible that the population numbers were fairly static until the opening of a new mine, Hilton Main, in the 1920s, it closed in 1969.

The village has one primary school, Whitgreave Primary School, and a pub, the Red, White and Blue.

Recently controversy was sparked over the proposed building of 1,500 houses on green belt land, although many people believed the extra facilities proposed would make the village a better place to live. After much public opposition this plan was rejected in early 2009.

Featherstone has a Parish Council with two wards. Brinsford Ward, two councillors. Featherstone Ward, nine councillors. The next Parish elections will be in 2015.

Featherstone is represented in the House of Commons by Member of Parliament Gavin Williamson. Conservative member for South Staffordshire.

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