For this church:
The organ is set into the first arch on the north wall of the chancel. It is housed in a white painted pine wood casing with panels at the front and boarding to each side and the back. The keyboard has a double row of keys. No maker’s name is visible. On each side of the keyboard there is a bank of 5 long gold painted pipes, with a further 15 pipes above the keyboard. It is reported to be in poor condition and is rarely used. A portable keyboard is used for most services.