The Organ in St Peter’s Church Oadby

The instrument is a late 19th century Taylor of Leicester 2-manual instrument.

It has been rebuilt as follows:
• Taylor (1910 and 1917-enlargement)
• Walker (1961, enlargement, conversion to electro-pneumatic and re-siting
  the swell box turned through 90 degrees to speak down the north aisle)
• Peter Collins (2003 enlargement and fitting of a solid state transmission)
• Iain Harvey (2011-13 remedying the less successful aspects of the 2003 rebuild: remodelling the Gt mixture and re-siting and revoicing of the new Gt trumpet/clarion)

The organ sounds extremely good and has everything one could wish for in a large, 2 manual and pedal instrument.