Kelly's Directory 1919 states :-
"The church of St. Michael is an ancient building of stone, in the Norman, Early English and Decorated styles, consisting of chancel, nave with clerestory, aisles, south porch and an embattled western tower with pinnacles, containing a clock, erected in 1887, and 5 bells:
the tower, being in a ruinous condition, was rebuilt in 1782, under the direction of Mr. Thomas Bell, architect, and about the year 1835 the chancel was partially rebuilt at the cost of the rector:
in 1860 the church was restored at a cost of £1,300, from designs by Mr. J. H. Hakewill, architect, when the north arcade, chancel and tower arches were rebuilt, the nave roof repaired, the aisles roofed anew and the interior refitted :
during the progress of some excavations within the area of the church a very rude and early oblong font of Ketton stone was discovered, probably of the latter part of the 10th century, and in the wall a double tombstone, with crosses on it, and a sepulchral slab:
there are 350 sittings"
DB 20 April 2018