This page is a photo chronicle of the smaller jobs in our workshop; all still very important to us.

East Boldon, St George's Church

East Boldon, St George’s Church

East Boldon, St George’s

Wood, Wordsworth & Co, 2 manuals 12 stops.  Clean and overhaul Great following water damage. The pipework will be cleaned. The Great upperboards will be lifted and planed true to ensure free movement of the sliders and minimise wind leakage. The Great soundboard will be opened up and water damaged pallets recovered in new felt and leather. The Great action will be adjusted. Water stained areas will be cleaned.  The tonal regulation of the Great pipework will be checked and the organ tuned.

 

 

Pre-work

Carlisle, St Aidan’s Church

H&H 1902.  Overhauled with some changes in 1976 by David Loosley. 
2 manuals 22 stops

To restore the bottom half of the organ which was flood damaged. 

 

Nov 2017

Sept 2017

Hove All Saints’

William Hill & Son 1894, 3 manual 47 stops.

Repairs to water damaged components

 

 

Nov 2017

Oct 2017

London, Southwark Cathedral

Lewis 1897, Restored H&H 1991, 4 manuals 68 stops.

Overhaul Console.

 

 

Nov 2017

Aug/Sep 2017

 

 

 

 

Message from the Chairman

Note to customers:

VAT on organ maintenance and tuning might be reclaimable under the Listed Places of Worship Grant Scheme. It is understood that relevant invoices must be submitted within one year, to a combined minimum value of £500 excluding VAT. Further details can be obtained from Topmark (LPOW): www.lpwscheme.org.uk dcms@topmarkadjusters.co.uk
0845 013 6601

Address

Harrison & Harrison Ltd
St John's Road, Meadowfield,
Durham, DH7 8YH
Telephone: 0191 378 22 22

office@harrisonorgans.com