A view of the church of St Protus and St Hyacinth circa 1901, not long after it was restored.  In 1894, donations from several local benefactors funded works overseen by architect F. C. Eden.  The chancel was restored by the rector and the window in the end of the south chancel aisle was filled with stained glass designed by Bucknall & Comper of London, and donated by Mrs Lucy Edward-Collins.

According to the 1901 census, the residents of Church Gate cottage were the Burnard family. James Burnard, aged 37 and listed as the head of the house, was described as a Grocer and Shop-keeper. James lived there with his wife Malinda, 25 years old and his mother Phillippa, aged 82.  The children of the family were daughter Dora (2 years) and son Enos, who was just 9 months old at the time.

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