|Foston shown within Derbyshire|
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Foston Hall is a brick Jacobethan house designed by the architect T.C. Hine and built in 1863. It is now a women's prison that can accommodate over 170 inmates. Foston is visible from Sudbury open prison.
Economy and amenities
Children who live in Foston are likely to go to John Port school.
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