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Henry Groves and Son

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Henry Groves & Son is an organ builder in England.

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Company

The company was established in 1957 by Alvin Henry Groves. He had learned his trade in the company of Henry Willis & Sons.

In 1969 he acquired the Nottingham based company of E. Wragg & Son.

Alvin Henry Groves retired in 1991, and the business was taken over by his grandson, Jonathan Wallace.

In 1994 the Johnson Organ Company was acquired.

Work

New organs have included:

  • St. Michael's Church, Linby 2005
  • All Saints' Church, Wingerworth 2006
  • St. Edmund's Church, Mansfield Woodhouse 2008
  • St Giles' Church, Balderton 2010
  • The company has restored many organs in the East Midlands area including

  • Nottingham Cathedral 1995
  • The Priory, Deeping St James
  • All Saints' Church, Matlock 2004
  • St. Peter and St. Paul's Church, Shelford 2004
  • Holy Trinity Church, Rolleston 2008
  • St Oswald's Church, Ashbourne 2011
  • References

    Henry Groves & Son Wikipedia


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