For this church:
There are two treadle-pumped organs in St Laurence’s. One is located under the filled arch on the north side of the chancel. It is inaccessible and has not been used for some time. It has a manufacturer’s name-plate: T.B. Church Organ Company; Norfolk, Ohio inscribed in gold lettering between the single keyboard and the twelve named stops.
The second instrument is located beneath the west window. It sits on a slightly raised wooden floor, and is a little larger than the above. Like the above it is also of American origin being manufactured by Cornish and Company, Washington, New Jersey, USA. The single manual is surmounted by fourteen drawstops.
This latter instrument was still regularly used for services in 2009.