The eighteenth-century former church, designed by T. F. Pritchard
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The small parish includes Lesser Poston and Greater Poston; both were manors recorded in the Domesday Book of 1086 (Hopton Cangeford was not). They formed part of the Saxon hundred of Culvestan. They are situated to the north of Hopton Cangeford village.
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