Henry Groves & Son is an organ builder in England.
Henry Groves & Son Wikipedia
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.
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 includingNottingham 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