This church was restored by Sir George Gilbert Scott in 1858 when he altered the east chancel wall, added a north porch and re-roofed it including the high pitched roof of the chancel. He provided new fittings and a decorative painted scheme to the chancel roof. The tower space is also painted, the decorative scheme continuing through to the tiled floors and the furnishings, including the tall wood font canopy, the marble pulpit said to have come from Venice, the sedilia, altar, reredos, low marble chancel screen and the pews. The new chancel east window is in a medieval style. Copies of Scott’s specification and a subscription list raising £1,907, both dated 1856, are in the parish records.