From facing the Ascension window, turn round to face the south aisle. Ahead of you, on your left, is the wooden organ box, containing the console (keyboards). Look back in the direction you came from, and you’ll see the pipes in the chancel and at the east end of the facing aisle, just beyond the pulpit.
The organ was built by Gray and Davison in the middle of the 19th century and was overhauled and expanded in 1952 by the John Crompton Organ Company. This work included detaching the console and moving it to its present location in the south aisle, and the addition of a new choir organ, which is hidden behind the large pedal pipes to the left of the pulpit.