New Organs, Restorations & Quality Maintenance

Cooke Organs

About Us

3 Curtis Centre

Kingdom Avenue



BA13 4EW


Phone 01373 822204


The firm began working in a converted mill building in Bratton, Wiltshire. Ten successful years later, we purchased a new and larger industrial unit on the outskirts of Westbury. The unit has a full-height working area enabling instruments to be erected in the workshop. There is a comprehensive range of machinery which allows us to manufacture in-house many of the components used in the manufacturing of pipe organs. There is a separate voicing room and an area for storage of redundant organs, pipework, timber and consumable items.

Our interesting restoration/rebuilding of a 3 manual Bevington may be seen in the town centre church, where Stephen himself is the director of music and will be very glad to show his ongoing work to you.

Most of our work involves the overhaul and restoration of smaller parish instruments, which we do with a diligence and care we feel is hard to match. Our care and attention extends not just to the organ as a machine, but more importantly to the organ as a musical instrument and (more often than not) a tool of worship; any recommendations we make are based on an improvement to any or all of these roles. You will see from the Services page a couple of examples of where we have been able to enhance the musical life of churches of all denominations by ensuring we leave them with the best possible tools to make their worship as perfect as possible.

Although smaller 1-2 manual instruments form much of our work, we are more than able and properly equipped to take on larger 3 and 4 manual contracts with the same diligence, care and attention to detail.

Stephen Cooke Organs