As you approach Lockengate from Bugle, the old school appears set back from the road on the right and just behind that sits the old Mission Church.
There are various reports of a mission church in Lockengate.
The Church of the Ascension, at 'Locking-gate', a chapel of ease, was built in 1889 at a cost of £600, raised by public subscription and consists of nave and transept, with sittings for 80 people
The first map this appears on is 1907. The Trevellan Cross which was found in 1903 in a hedge was initially put in the grounds of the Mission Chapel at Lockengate but was erected on the A391 at Lockengate crossroads in 1972 when the church was sold. The Church is now a private dwelling.