Many of the fishermen from this area were converted in East Anglia, and on their return home, they found an awakening taking place.
'Since the boats returned, the devotions have risen to fever heat. The small Mission Hall has been crowded every night, and four great outdoor meetings have been held every Sunday. Out of the 1,500 population, 600 conversions have taken place in a fortnight. Gambling has suddenly gone. Tobacco, pipes and cigarettes have been destroyed.'
See 'A Forgotten Revival' by Stanley Griffin, published by Day One Publications, p74, and 'Glory in the Glen' by Tom Lennie, published by Christian Focus Publications.