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History of the Church
  

A brief history about All Saints' Church and King Charles II. You can also read about the Consistory Court.
  

People of All Saints
   

Past vicars, John Bales and a short piece about the Northamptonshire Pastoral poet, John Clare.

  The Reverend David McConkey
   

All Saints' saw the installation of the Reverend David McConkey in April of 2012.
 

  The Reverend Simon Godfrey
   

2009, after nearly 20 years at All Saints, the Reverend Simon Godfrey moved to Malta.
 

The American Connection
  

An explanation of our connection to early settlers of Virginia and New England.
  

Ring of Ten Bells
 

A brief history about the church bells and their current Company of Bell Ringers.
 

Thomas Dawes Dial Clock
 

The history of Thomas Dawes and his dial clock.
 

Gallery Organ
 

Information about the Walker & Sons Ltd. Gallery Organ.
 

Chancel Organ
 

Information about the Hill & Son and Norman & Beard Chancel Organ.
 

Chapel Organ
 

Information about the J. W. Walker & Sons Ltd. Chapel Organ.











 

   
   

The Chancel organ and its installation was a gift from Mr and Mrs Davidge and we are indebted to their generousity for such a fine instrument.

The installation of this instrument, formerly located in St Andrew's Church Bournemouth, was supervised by Kenneth Tickell & Co, who also added new stops (marked with an asterisk in the technical list below).

It is electrically coupled to the Great and Pedal divisions of the Walker Gallery Organ, with six duplicating pistons. The Church also has a one manual and pedal Organ by Walker in the Memorial Chapel and a Bechstein Grand, formerly owned by Clifford Curzon by the south door.


The Chancel Organ is driven by electric action and has a total of 1,824 pipes. The organ's technical details are listed below.

 

 
 Great Organ  Swell Organ (Enclosed)  Choir Organ (Enclosed)
 Open Diapason 8'  Violin Diapason 8'  Viola da Gamba 8'
 Clarabella 8'  Gamba 8'  Viole d'Orchestre 8'
 Dulciana 8'  Rohr Gedackt 8'  Lieblich Gedackt 8'
 Principal 4'  Voix Celestes (T.C) 8'  Wald Flute 4'
 Open Flute* 4'  Principal 4'  Piccolo 2'
 Fifteenth 2'  Lieblich Flute 4'  Clarinet 8'
 Mixture* IV  Mixture IV*  Tromba 8'
 Tromba 8' (from Choir)  Contra Fagotto* 16'  West Orchestral Trumpet 8'
 West Great on Great  Cornopean 8'  Super Octave
   Oboe 8'  Sub Octave
   West Orchestral Trumpet 8'  West Great on Choir
   Super Octave  
   Sub Octave  
           
 Pedal Organ Facilities  
 Open Wood 16' Swell to Great  
 Violone 16' Choir to Great  
 Sub Bass 16' Swell to Choir  
 Echo Bourdon 16' Swell to Pedal  
 Octave Wood 8' (Ext.) Great to Pedal  
 Bass Flute 8' Choir to Pedal  
 Trombone* 16' 6 Departmental Pistons  
 Tromba 8' (from Choir) 8 General Pistons  
 West Pedal on Pedal (Both Pistons sets with 8 memory levels)  
 Cymbelstern    



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