ORGAN OF THE MONTH 57: March 2007

St John's Methodist, Bloxwich
(Nelson 1967; John Lloyd 2003)

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Originally an amalgamation of pipework from at least two Methodist churches in the area (Pinfold and Wesley), including some ranks by Nicholson, the organ was placed in the present church (on a platform above the main entrance) when it opened in the 1960s by Nelson & Co of Durham.

It received attention from Henry Grove of Nottingham in 1975, including the electrification of the Pedal division (previously pneumatic), and more recently has been in the care of John Lloyd of Bilston, who completed some tonal alterations in 2003.


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