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Welsh Wanderings
Our work in the Swansea area continues in several Churches and we are delighted to be able to bring some much needed improvements to many organs, although we are truly saddened by level of some of the previous workmanship we have encountered.
Clyne Chapel, Church of Wales, at the entrance to Clyne Park, is a delightful and interesting building. It was built in 1907 by Graham Vivian of nearby Clyne Castle and furnished with artefacts collected on his tours in Italy.
We rebuilt the two manual organ to fit inside the redundant casework from the original 1907 Kirkland, said to have come from Brighton Pavilion, and incorporated a carved panel into the case of the new detached console, right.
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