The current Organ was built and installed in 1893 by Messrs Brewer & Co of Truro. The specification was determined by Dr Monk, who was the organist at Truro Cathedral at the time.
It has two manuals and pedals, together with 15 speaking stops.
The organ was restored between 1996 and 1999, but crucially was not altered. The only change to the original specification was the addition in 1942 of an electric blower, albeit that the hand pump remains.
If you are an organist visiting the area and would like to play the organ please email firstname.lastname@example.org to see if it can be arranged.