Mr Jeffery Williams, a representative from the British Institute of Organ Studies spoke at Centenary Methodist Church, Camborne and presented a certificate for their grade II* for the 1904 unaltered organ built by Peter Conacher and Co, with particular mention of its imposing case and stencilled front pipes. This organ now will be listed in the Institute’s register of historic pipe organs as being an instrument of importance to the national heritage and one deserving careful preservation for the benefit of future generations.
Mr David Harris, organist at the Centenary Methodist Church spoke and introduced Mr David Wilkins, Mayor of Camborne, who gave a greeting from the town.
The Certificate was received by the Revd Ken Morgan, minister of the Church,
The Chair of the Cornwall Methodist, District, Revd Steven Wild, talked about the spirituality of music in worship, mentioning the Cornish traditions and after thanking everyone, closed the meeting in prayer.
Left to Right:
Mr David Harris, Organist; Mr Jeffrey Williams from British Institute of Organ Studies; Revd Ken Morgan, Minister at the Centenary Methodist Church and Mr David Wilkins, Mayor of Camborne.