We have experience in a wide variety of projects,  adding a heavy-pressure Tuba on 13" pressure,  for the Solo division at St George's Church, Beckenham.  At Horsmonden Parish Church, we restored an early Hill organ with tracker action,  gaining accreditation for Historic Restoration with The Institute of British Organ Building.

Recent projects

The console for Epsom, St Martin of Tours, has received a significant upgrade. The manual keys are completely new, with a plentiful array of pistons and accessories, including stepper pistons in the treble end key cheek. The Taylor piston capture action has been expanded within its design capacity to provide additional memory levels.

Hutton, All Saints Church : Cleaning of the 1885 I/P 10-stop Miller of Cambridge and refurbishment of the double-rise bellows.  Changes made to the Sesquialtera II in 1978 have been reversed, based on supporting evidence from another Miller organ.

Yalding, St Margaret's Church : Cleaning of a II/P 21 stop 1909 Conacher organ.  Tonally unaltered, save the addition of a wooden Trombone 16' by Martin Cross in 1981, this organ retains its cone-tuning, and substantial Great Diapason 8' with leathered lips.  This organ is notably powerful with unusually vigorous chorus reeds.  The Swell and Great electro-pneumatic stop machines have also been fully refurbished.

Buxted, St Margaret the Queen.  Renovation of a II/P 1905 Bevington organ, overhauled in 1971 by Hill Norman & Beard with a number of tonal changes and the original tracker action modified to incorporate floating beams that keep the key touch depth constant, the year round.

Balcombe Place, Sussex Our remit here was to repair and clean damaged display pipes and provide replacements for missing bays, made to the original pattern. Unfortunately the III/P 1905 Bishop organ is not in playable condition and will remain out of use.

St Nicholas, Plumstead SE18 have just re-homed a I/P 4 stop Alfred Kirkland organ from Green Street Methodist Church, Teynham, nr Sittingbourne.  It stands adjacent to the Nave, pending a final move to an East End position and renovation work, planned for 2025.

In the summer of 2023 we cleaned the II/P 1778 Snetzler organ in Cobham Hall, Kent, for English Heritage.

Refurbishment of the organ at Christ Church, Kilndown has just been completed. This1985 II/P four rank extension organ has gained a new processor-based switching system, incorporating MIDI facilities and a simple piston capture action.  The expression pedal has been made all-electric, so that MIDI files can be recorded and replayed, reproducing the expression pedal movements.

Gants Hill United Reformed Church - refurbishment of the Swell wind regulator. Too large to be removed from the organ, the old single-rise top has been replaced with a purpose-made floating top. A fairly rare example of a II/P Spurden-Rutt organ with luminous stop-touches.

The  II/P late Father Willis organ at Cray Temple United Reformed Church has had small repairs to the Great Clarionet 8ft pipes with new rackboards, plus additional stay supports to keep the tenor octave upright.


Cleaning the organ at Horndon on the Hill Parish Church, a small II/P Bishop, altered by Monk & Gunther and Cedric Arnold.

Refurbishment of the manual keys at Westerham, St Mary, an 1871 II/P Lewis organ rebuilt by Kingsgate Davidson, with a most unusual case.  Said to have been moved here in 1883 from Wymondham Abbey, although this is doubtful.

Repair of Swell reeds at Chislehurst, St Nicholas - a much rebuilt Lewis organ in a G F Bodley case.

Mereworth, St Lawrence - cleaning and repair of Pedal Bourdon 16' pneumatic action.  A handsome II/P Gray & Davison organ in a fine Palladian-style church, famous for its 'wedding-cake' spire.