Rockland All Saints, situated to the south of the B1077,mainly lining The Street, where the main village services are found. Here is the Village store and Post Office, the school, the Village Hall and the Public House. The houses are of varying ages and include some thatched cottages, and the workhouse opened in1836, and used to house German PoWs during the First World War.It has now been converted to a private house. Further South is the scattered hamlets of Fen Street and Mount Pleasant.
Rockland St Peter, north of the B1077, stretches along Chapel Street, and contains a mixture of old cottages and modern houses and bungalows. At its centre lies Chapel Green,with its pond, and the Methodist Chapel, now converted to a private house.