My maternal grandparents lived in a village called Goldenhill, in Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire. They originally lived in what my mother called “the little house” on Albert Street. Then in 1936 the Church Army built a road of new houses backing onto the churchyard.
There are several Church and civic dignitaries here, with (presumably) the new tenants standing behind them.
If you are searching in vain for a street in the village, many names were changed in the 1950s. My mother always referred to Elgood Lane as Church Lane, because that’s what she’d always known it as. You can see a list of the changes on the potteries.org website.