St Augustine


Originally there was a harmonium given in memory of Miss Bussell, daughter of a former vicar. In the early 20th century it stood to the north of the chancel arch but was moved to the organ chamber to the south of the chancel provided by Miss Tidd Pratt in 1931. The Southwell Diocesan Magazine noted that the improvement ‘is more extensive than appears at first sight, and will contribute much to the general convenience of the service arrangements.’

An electric organ was acquired in 1958 but had to be replaced in 1964 with a second-hand organ which cost £300. It had an inscription that read:

In Memory of W.B.T. Pratt, Choir-Master 1906-56.