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Paddlesworth, Kent

"Highest Church, Lowest Steeple, Poorest Parish, Fewest People" - these are the words carved around the village sign Paddlesworth is a small village in the county of Kent, 3.....

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Padiham, Lancashire

Padiham is a thriving Lancashire town lying on the Calder River. It is most famous as the home of Gawthorpe Hall, a noted country estate built early in the 17th-century for the.....

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Padstow, Cornwall

Padstow has become a phenomenon of the latter half of the 20th-century when Chef, Rick Stein, together with his endearing little dog, Chalky first burst upon our T.V. screens following the opening of his famous "Seafood Restaurant" which has since become a Mecca for fish and seafood lovers from all over the country and Europe...

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Pagham, West Sussex

A short distance from Chichester on the Sussex Heritage Coast lies the beautiful and unspoiled stretch of mud flats of Pagham Harbour, now a fascinating nature reserve of over 1,000 acres...

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Paignton, Devon

This delightful seaside resort with its snug little harbour is a place where visitors can enjoy a holiday of endless hours of enchantment and summer fun. Paignton lies.....

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Painswick, Gloucestershire

The streets of Painswick are narrow and crammed with fine examples of glowing honey coloured stone buildings from all periods..

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Papplewick, Nottinghamshire

This delightful village lies close to the forest made famous by the legendry Robin Hood and his sweetheart Maid Marian...

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Parkend, Gloucestershire

Parkend is a quiet forest village, situated a few miles from Lydney...

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Parkhurst, Isle of Wight

Waymarked walks take you through woodlands inhabited by Red Squirrels...

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Parracombe, Devon

Beautifully set, a short distance inland from Martinhoe...

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Pateley Bridge, North Yorkshire

An attractive market town on the river Nidd, set within an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Twice winner of 'Britain in Bloom' and home to the oldest sweet shop in Britain......

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Patterdale, Cumbria

The village of Patterdale is a well known vantage point at the head of Ulleswater, close to Brotherswater...

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Pawlett, Somerset

Pawlett is an attractive river village on the banks of the estuary of the River Parrett. It is a spacious village with a delightful mix of properties interspersed amongst leafy lanes...

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Pembridge, Herefordshire

Pembridge, is one of the prettiest villages in Herefordshire, it is thrice blessed for it stands in a trio of black and white villages famed for an abundance of quaint cottages and graceful houses...

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Pendeen, Cornwall

In this fascinating area of old Cornish Tin Mines, Pendeen Lighthouse, built in 1900 to guide shipping off the coast between Cape Cornwall and Gunard's Head, makes a striking feature...

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Penryn, Cornwall

Penryn is one of Cornwall's most ancient town's, first appearing in the Doomsday book under the name Trelivel, until in 1216 when the Bishop of Exeter founded the town and named.....

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Penshaw, Tyne & Wear

Penshaw lies in open countryside between the urban sprawl of Sunderland and Washington...

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