1972 – Stamfordham

1972 – Stamfordham, Northumberland.

Portable continuo organ, nick-named the ‘Lancaster Organ’.

Specification: mechanical action throughout.

Manual – compass CC-g 56 notes

Gedeckt 8’

Koppel Flute 4’

Principal 2’

Quinte 1 1/3’

Designed and built by Nigel Church.

First shown at an IAO Congress in Lancaster.

The photograph shows the organ standing in Holy Cross Anglican Church, Fenham.

1976 – pipework incorporated into a new organ designed and built by Peter Whitfield for All Saints, Bearsden, Dumbartonshire. Peter Whitfield formerly worked for Harrison & Harrison, Durham.

2001 – acquired by the Oundle International Festival Committee. First installed in Fotheringay Church and later transferred to St. Rumbold’s Anglican Church, Stoke Doyle, Northamptonshire by Richard Bower.