Sutton Bonington St Anne


The organ is of the late 19th or early 20th century labelled ‘Positive’ and built by Casson of London. The firm was founded by Thomas Casson, a bank manager whose hobby was building organs who made it into a business. Positive organs were built for the smaller applications; and were of the ‘Cupboard’ variety with generally only one keyboard, an exceptional model of these is installed in the Crypt Chapel of St Mary Magdalene, Paddington. 

According to the Organ Register, St Anne’s organ was purchased in 1897.

The blower to St Anne’s organ is housed in a box by its side.