The Church Guide relates that :-
"The tower was rebuilt during the 1862 restoration. Previously much lower and with a shallow pitched roof, the tower was heightened to match the new higher nave roof and the spire added.
The same founder as the Guildhall bell of Lincoln made the single bell, which is of the date A.D. 1371. The Latin inscription was cast by mistake in reverse, and translates as "Blessed be the name of the Lord. The bell was rehung in 1936.
The church clock dates from about 1740, and was restored, given, and put up by the Rev. Arthur F. Sutton, Rector of Brant Broughton, in 1892. The clock face dates from the installation"
DB 14 May 2022