Rev J.R. Bamber and Rev O.R. Craze.
Reg Bamber served as vicar from 1933 to 1948 and Romilly Craze was curate between 1937 and 1945. Reg Bamber served in the Gloucestershire Regiment and was taken prisoner during the retreat to Dunkirk. While he was away Romilly Craze was in charge of the parish. He kept up the morale of the villagers and organised many fund raisin events and visited many families who had lost family members during the conflict. He wrote regularly to those serving and sent gifts, usually of cigarettes, at Christmas to all whose addresses he had. He kept records of as many as he could and the letters which he received were often printed in the Parish Magazines. During the five years he named 45 men in the navy, 215 in the army, 87 in the R.A.F., 2 marines and 27 women who volunteered for service. He left in 1945 to serve as a chaplain in the R.A.F.