Jackfield Organ

Jackfield church organ was made pre-1900 by T.T. & W. Ginns of Lower Tooting, London. We believe it was previously located in a private house near Blists Hill in Madeley and moved to the church around the turn of the 19th / 20th century. 

The organ is housed in an oak case and above the woodwork the bright metal pipes are arranged in a symmetrical pattern. 

It was a well made organ but is now in a poor state of repair. The lower manual section works but the upper one has a few notes that are not playable. Only two stops are working. The lower section of the organ containing the pedals doesn't work at all. 

Despite its poor condition our pipe organ is still played regularly for services and celebrations, commemorating events & milestones, and helping to brighten people’s lives.

We've had a quote for £46,800 + VAT to fully repair the organ but need your help to raise the money. Any donations will be gratefully received. 

To help support this project you can donate by electronic transfer to the Broseley Group of Churches, Sort Code 39-91-19, Account No. 00531928, including "Jackfield organ" in the reference or on our Give-a-little page:  https://givealittle.co/campaigns/abf1da02-351a-43c4-a13c-7c55198847b3