The organ of St. Michael’s is situated in a loft built above a chapel in the North Transept. Originally the console was also in the loft. However, at the rebuild in 1966, a new detached stop-key console was constructed and installed at floor level, immediately in front of the chapel, with the player facing east.


Pipes of the Open Diapason on the Great Organ form the display frontage, which consists of an overhanging impost above a panelled grille. The swell pedal is connected to the shutters by means of a Bowden cable.


The organ of the Church of St. Michael and All Angels, Bude Haven, was rebuilt and enlarged by Geo. Osmond & Co., in 1966. It was subsequently rebuilt by Lance Foy, of Truro, in 1989. At this time, the Dulciana on the Great Organ was replaced by a diapason-scaled Tierce.


Open Diapason (W) 16
Open Diapason 8
Open Diapason 8
Bourdon 16
Clarabella 8
Stopped Diapason 8
Echo Bourdon 16
Gamba 8
Salicional 8
Quint (Ext. Sub Bass)* 10 2/3
Principal 4
Voix Célestes (TC) 8
Principal (M; Ext.) 8
Wald Flute 4
Principal 4
Bass Flute (Ext.) 8
Twelfth 2 2/3
Fifteenth 2
Octave Flute (Ext.) 4
Fifteenth 2
Mixture (19, 22) II
Trumpet (Swell) 16
Tierce* 1 3/5
Double Trumpet 16
Great to Pedal

Mixture (19, 22, 26) III
Trumpet (Ext.) 8
Swell to Pedal

Trumpet 8
Sub Octave
Swell Octave to Pedal

Swell Sub to Great


Swell to Great


Swell Octave to Great

Four toe pistons to Pedal

The organ is in the care of Lance Foy, Truro.
Four pistons to Great

Four pistons to Swell

NB: The Great and Pedal

Reversible toe pistons to:

combinations are permanently

Great to Pedal

couped for both thumb and

Great Trumpet

toe pistons

Reversible thumb pistons to:

Great to Pedal

Great Trumpet