Christ Church, Paignton. TQ3 2AH




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Christ Church, Paignton, is a short distance along the same road as St Paul's church and is built of red sandstone. It is quite an old and traditional building.

The organ, built by John Hele of Plymouth in 1889, is at the North side of the Choir, with some pipe-work facing into the North aisle. It was rebuilt by Hele & Co in 1906, and by Henry Speechly in 1926. In 2004, Hele & Co of Plymouth again rebuilt the organ, incorporating electric draw-stops.

To see the NPOR details of this organ, Visit: NPOR Index N06606

If there any stops that you've never heard of, or wonder what they are, go to: 

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