The first organ of St Andrew's Church came from St Michael of the North Gate. It was installed in 1914 in the elevated position of the west gallery by Lindsay Gerrard.  The organ was in two cases on either side of the rose windowFurther information...

In 1975, the organ was rebuilt and enlarged by Reeves of Stoke-on-Trent, following the fashions of the time. Further information...

Clearly, this rebuild was not a success because, in 1987, the organ was replaced by a 3-manual electronic instrument by Copeman Hart.  The console is currently in the south aisle, and the speakers are in the west gallery. 

1987 Copeman Hart Organ specification

Quintaton 16
Open Diapason I 8
Open Diapason II 8
Hohl Flute 8
Principal 4
Harmonic Flute 4
Twelfth 2 2/3
Fifteenth 2
Fourniture IV
Trumpet 8
Swell to Great
Choir to Great

Geigen 8
Stopped Diapason 8
Viola da Gamba 8
Voix Celestes 8
Principal 4
Saube Flute 4
Fifteenth 2
Nineteenth 1 1/3
Twentysecond 1
Mixture IV
Contra Fagotto 16
Trumpet 8
Oboe 8


Gedackt 8
Salicional 8
Unda Maris II 8
Principal 4
Recorder 4
Nasard 2 2/3
Block Flute 2
Tierce 1 3/5
Sifflote 1
Cymbal III
Cromorne 8
Tuba 8
Swell to Choir

Open Wood 16
Bourdon 16
Salicional 16
Principal 8
Bass Flute 8
Choral Bass 4
Trombone 16
Clarion 8
Schalmey 4
Swell to Pedal
Great to Pedal
Choir to Pedal
Great & Pedal pistons coupled

Six thumb pistons to each manual
Six toe pistons to Swell & Pedal
Six general pistons
Reversers to Swell to Pedal, Great to Pedal, Choir to Pedal & Swell to Great
Setter piston
General cancel
Transposer (+/- 6 semitones)
General pistons of Swell toe pistons switch
Three levels of memory to the pistons, capture system

The 1987 Copeman Hart Organ Console

Organ console

Left stop jamb - Swell and Pedal

Left stop jamb

Right stop jamb - Choir and Great

Right stop jamb