The Organ was built by J.G.Haskins and Sons in 1910, dedicated on 6th Jan 1911 and has some 111 pipes. Repairs estimated at £27,600 are outstanding - an organ fund has been established.  Brian Clark was organist for 40 years until about 2004. Music and singing have always been an important part of Christian worship.

Ref:        British Institute of Organ Studies N05803

Position:  South chancel aisle
Type:      Pipe Rack
Posts and Rails case, silver coloured case pipes with French mouths & exposed pipe tops.
Chancel front 5-7-5, South Aisle front also 5-7-5 (identical)

Console

type  En-fenetre   Stop type  Drawstop   Label type  Ivory   Label font  Gothic   Pedalboard  Radiating Concave 
Ped, Sw and Couplers on left, Gt on the right.

Pedal   

Key action Tr  Stop action Me  Compass-low C  Compass-high f1  Keys 30
1    Bourdon         16                  

Great   

Key action Tr  Stop action Me  Compass-low C  Compass-high g3  Keys 56
2    Open Diapason  8   
3    Clarabella           8   
4    Dulciana            8   
5    Principal            4  AJF 'spare knob'
6    Lieblich Flute     4   
7    Clarinet              8                   

Swell   

Key action Tr  Stop action Me  Compass-low C  Compass-high g3  Keys 56 Enclosed
8    Open Diapason      8   
9    Lieblich Gedacht    8  CD Rohr Gedackt
10    Echo Gamba        8   
11    Vox Angelica       8   
12    Gemshorn            4   
13    Harmonic Piccolo  2   
14    Cornopean           8   
15    Oboe                   8   
16    Tremulant       

Information from The British Institute of Organ Studies (donation made 2015)