For this church:
The organ pipes (currently disused) have a plaque that reads:
This was a single manual instrument in use from the time the church was dedicated in 1972.
There is a Roland electric piano with plaque inscribed:
In January 2009 a new two manual electronic organ was installed, this being an Allegiant 678 made by Roland in the USA installed by Rodgers of Swansea.
As well as the standard organ stops, the midi system will produce piano, harpsichord and string sounds. A data recorder can reproduce music enabling a service to be held with no instrumentalist.
Sound comes from four speakers; two are visible on the wall behind the pipes from the original organ, which have been retained for decoration, and two behind the pipes. Also there are a pair of “sub-woofers” located in the recess next to the choir stalls, to provide the necessary depth of sound.