Sir George Gilbert Scott carried out a thorough restoration at this church, in 1843, for the Rev. Thomas Leveson Lane, largely at his own personal expense. He adapted the eighteenth century church and added a new bell turret, spirelet, windows and rebuilt the east end. In 1845, he provided a screen in thirteenth century style, surmounted by a cross and Hardman completed the glass in the east window, said to be Pugin’s last design.