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The church building has full step-free access, assessible toilets and a loop system.

Queen Street Methodist Central Hall War memorial Organ receives a funding boost from War Memorials trust grants scheme.


Queen Street Methodist Central Hall has received a grant of £1130.00 from the war memorials trust towards repairs that are needed to the organ.


The grant will enable notes and pedals that are not currently working to be repaired remedial work to tubing in the organ enabling the instrument to be brought back to full working condition.


The organ was built by Messers Fitton and Hayley. It was commissioned by women of the church to remember the fallen, and in thanksgiving for the return of those who had served in the Great War.  


Frances Moreton, Director, War Memorials trust said, “War Memorials are a tangible connection to our shared past creating a link between the fallen and today. It is vital we ensure all our war memorials are in the best possible condition for their age and the charity is delighted to support this project. The centenary of world war 1 is a wonderful opportunity for local communities across the country to protect and conserve their war memorials. If anyone knows of any other war memorials in need of help please contact us.”


Peter Evans on behalf of Queen street Methodist central hall said” We are most grateful to the war memorials trust for this grant helping us to commission this work sooner than we thought”


For any further information regarding this please contact Peter Evans hello@queenstreet.org.uk

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