In 1858, Sir George Gilbert Scott provided a sedila and piscina using an old fragment from the church. In 1862 he designed a memorial plaque on the east wall of the south aisle to the Honourable Ellen Twisleton, wife of Edward Turner Boyd Twistleton, a portrait medallion in an alabaster frame.
Sir George Gilbert Scott started fully restoring this church in 1877 for the Rev. C. F. Wyatt and the work was completed after his death by George Gilbert junior by 1880. They restored the chancel, the tracery on the east window, the nave roof was rebuilt and new chancel and aisle roofs were completed to their original height. They also renewed the windows and provided a new pulpit in Gothic style.