Chapel Lane, until the mid 20thC called Church Lane, loops off from Main St to encircle the sites of The Gables, All Saints Church and Charity Farm.  Running along the upper lane, on the side facing the church are Coronation Hall, The Old Vicarage, and the Almshouses (where the lane bends to the right and a public footpath runs off towards Drove Lane). Running down the hill are Rose Cottage (once a row of cottages, perpendicular to the lane), the former Methodist Chapel, and a few houses dating from the late 18thC/19thC and late 20thC.

The churchyard has gates on both the upper and lower lane, the latter with a pretty iron  gate and steps up to the raised ground level.  A brick wall separates the higher ground level of the ‘island’ from that of the lane.