The organ was given by Daisy Daintry Brunt in memory of her parents and was dedicated on 17th June 1936. It was built by Henry Willis & Co, the world-famous organ builder responsible for many important instruments including those in Liverpool Anglican Cathedral and St George’s Hall. The picture shown here is from Willis’ brochure of the organ. It replaced an instrument described as ‘…very inferior … tonally quite devoid of any character’. In December 1935 the company wrote to the minister saying that the proposed new instrument would be ‘ideal for your chapel and … the most beautiful instrument in the district’. Other than the visible pipes being decorated in gold in 1964, the organ is virtually unchanged since its installation. A series of inaugural concerts followed its installation with the organ bench occupied by players such as organists from Liverpool Cathedral, York Minster and St George’s Hall.