'When we came home (from Lowestoft), a Mr Esson started a series of meetings in a hall called The Castle Grant. Every night the hall was packed and souls were being saved, both young and old. It was an experience one could never forget, and it made a great impact on our village and the towns around our coast. There was an organ in nearly every home and you would hear the families singing together and praising God for his goodness. I think it was the following year my husband was baptised at Lowestoft by Mr Ferguson.'
From 'A Forgotten Revival' by Stanley Griffin, published by Day One Publications, p73.
The building was a net store.