After the fishermen returned home to Pittenweem from East Anglia they began meeting and the revival came to the village. The men from Cellardyke began prayer meetings in the Town Hall. After the men left to go fishing in January, some Faith mission people came to carry on the meetings which continued for three months. The local minister held aloof to begin with, but later they all became involved in the revival.
For more information see, ‘Glory in the Glen,’ by Tom Lennie published by Christian Focus Publications, p244.
There was also a revival based in the Town Hall in 1906. See pages 137-8.