The Holy Trinity Organ was built in 1992 by Kenneth Tickell & Company of Northampton. The design is extremely compact because the organ was built to fit under a low stone arch on the north side of the chancel. The previous organ (built in 1911) stood in the Lady Chapel.
The casework, of American Yellow Poplar, is painted in obsidian and green, with touches of red and gilding on the front. The colours were designed by Elias Polomski, who was curate of the church from 1990-94. The lime wood pipeshades of angels blowing gilded trumpets were carved by Derek Riley, inspired by the stone carvings on adjacent corbels.
The music-rest, key-cheeks, pedal-board, and stool are made of European Oak, and the key-coverings of boxwood and ebony.
Manual I Open Diapason 8
Stopped Diapason 8
Manual II to Manual I
Manual II Chimney Flute 8
Pedal Subbass 16
Manual I to Pedal
Manual II to Pedal
Key action: mechanical
Pedal-board: straight and concave
Tuning: equal temperament
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