The organ, built in 1991 by J. W. Walker & Sons Ltd, was designed to support congregational worship, to accompany a traditional choir, and as a recital instrument for use alone or with other instruments.
It has three manuals and pedals, 40 speaking stops, six couplers, and three tremulants, and comprises 55 ranks with 2,708 pipes. The manual and pedal actions of the organ are mechanical; the stop control is electro-magnetic with a solid state capture combination action.
The instrument was made and first assembled in Walker’s workshops at Brandon, before being dismantled and installed in the church—it weighs approximately 12 tons.
The organ cases, gallery woodwork and carved pipeshades were designed by David Graebe.
Further details on the organ can be found in the pdf below.