Sir George Gilbert Scott restored this church between 1863-4 for Rev. James St John Blunt, chaplain to Queen Victoria, at a total cost of £2,710. The roofs and fittings were of oak, ‘of simple character’ and he added a shingled spire and timber porch. The fittings, estimated cost £400, included altar rails, chancel seats, the pulpit and font, the screen designed by George Gilbert Scott II circa 1871 at a cost of £55.