On the edge of Pendle Moor. Pendle Hill was famous or its witches in the 17th century.
|Peniltune: Roger de Bully; Albert Grelley.|
Pennington The church, founded by Gamel de Pennington in the 12th century, has a tympanum with a Scandinavian inscription.
Now 2 villages adjoining Preston: Higher Penwortham, with the site of a Norman castle, and Lower Penwortham.
|Peneverdant: Roger de Poitou. Castle, fishery, woodland and hawks' eyries.|
Poulton le Fyldes Town; attractive market-place with a tithe barn.
Poulton le Sands Once a tiny fishing village, now absorbed by Morecambe.
Preesall Brine wells nearby on the Wyre estuary.
Preese Preese Hall.
County administrative centre at the head of the Ribble estuary.
|Prestune: Roger de Poitou.|