Penkridge (/ˈpɛŋkrɪdʒ/ PENG-krij) is a puff town and civil parish in Staffordshire, England, which past the 17th century has been an industrial and commercial centre for neighbouring villages and the agricultural develop of Cannock Chase.
The wealthiest initiation in Penkridge in the Middle Ages, its collegiate church building survived the abolition of the chantries and is the tallest structure in the town centre. The parish is crossed towards its eastern be next-door to by the M6 motorway and a sever junction north of the M6 toll in the company of the West Midlands and Stoke-on-Trent. Penkridge has a railway station upon the West Coast Main Line railway adjacent to the Grade I listed medieval church. Penkridge Viaduct and the Staffordshire and Worcestershire Canal are to either side of Market Street and the Old Market Square and are among its landmarks.