Kelly's Directory of Lincolnshire 1919 states "The church of St. Nicholas is a plain edifice of brick and stone, consisting of chancel, nave, south porch and an embattled western Norman tower containing 3 bells:
there is a stained window in the chancel, erected by the late rector as a memorial to his mother, and an ancient screen:
the chancel is fitted with returned stalls beautifully carved:
inside the tower stands an ancient boulder stone:
the walls of the church are calcined and exhibit marks of fire said to have been caused by the Danes in one of their incursions:
in the tower is a vesica-shaped window of the 11th century:
there are 120 sittings"