Kelly's Directory of Lincolnshire 1919 states :-
"The church of St. Michael is a large edifice of oolitic stone, in the Early Perpendicular and Decorated styles, consisting of chancel, with organ chamber and vestry (added in 1895 at the cost of £104), nave, aisles, south porch and a western tower, with pinnacles and spire, containing a clock and 3 bells:
the aisles are separated from the nave by arcades of plain Pointed arches, with clustered columns on the south side and octagonal columns on the north side and the east window is stained:
in 1880 a memorial pulpit with a prayer desk; costing about. £40, was erected by friends of the Rev. Edward Charles Frederick Jenkins M.A. vicar 1832-80:
the north aisle was rebuilt and the church thoroughly restored and reseated in 1856, and the chancel has also been restored:
there are 300 sittings"
DB 25 June 2018