The instrument lay dormant for 30 years and was completely unplayable, having been infested by mice. It is one of only two organs in Britain to have three distinct winding systems - hand blowing, electric blower, and water pump.
Great Bourdon16 Open Diapason 8 Hohl Flute 8 Dolce 8 Octave 4 Harmonic Flute 4 Fifteenth 2 Trumpet 8
Swell to Great
Swell octave to Great Swell suboctave to Great Swell Geigen Principal 8 Viol D'Orchestre 8 Rohr Flote 8 Voix Angelica 8 Voix Celeste 8 Salicet 4 Mixture Ⅲ Cornopean 8 Oboe 8 Tremulant
Swell suboctave Pedal Contra Bass 16 Sub Bass 16 Flute 8
Great to Pedal
Swell to Pedal pedal touchbox before restoration pedal touchbox after restoration Other restorations Leicester, Bishop Street Methodist Church (2017) restoration of the 3-manual Hill Norman & Beard organ and historic case Winterton, All Saints (2016) restoration of the two-manual tracker and pneumatic pedal instrument (Nicholson of Lincoln) following major restoration works to the church Averham, St Michael’s (2015) restoration of the fine two-manual Binns patent pneumatic action organ Tissington, St Mary’s (2014) Broughton, St Mary’s (2012) Holme Pierrepont, St Edmund’s (2011) North Wingfield, St Lawrence’s (2010) Fenny Bentley, St Edmund’s (2008) Coalville, Christ Church (2007) Grimsby, St Mary’s (2007) Widmerpool, St Peter’s (2005) Matlock Bank, All Saints (2004) Barton-in-Fabis, St George’s (2001) Church Gresley, St George’s (1999) Bradwell, St Barnabas (1998) Underwood, St Michael’s (1998) Wellow, St Swithun’s (1997) Badgeworth, Holy Trinity (1994) Old Bolingbroke, St Peter’s (1994) Glentham, Methodist Chapel (1993)