We visited this organ last June. I can confirm that at that time it could not be considered as playable, although with one of the blowers working, and help from the hand pump, a few sounds could be obtained. However it was clearly obvious that it would need some serious work done on it to make it playable, rather more I suspect than just a new blower and trunking.
It is in a very good quality case which would look well in the right situation, although I suspect there are some places which it may not quite suit. The pedal board is non-standard; the pedals are shorter than normal, although any competent organist would probably get used to them without too much trouble.
The organ itself is very compact, but the blowers and reservoir are large and housed in a small room behind the instrument. Sadly it was not suitable for the particular situation we had to fill, but I have kept the information on it. I have several photographs and other details, including copies of correspondence concerning the organ and its condition. I would check with the contact at Chivenor for permission before passing them on, but I don't expect there would be any problem if the enquirer were genuinely interested.
I had no difficulty arranging a visit. For security reasons we were accompanied at all times and our guide's other duties meant that our visit was limited to an hour, but he couldn't have been more helpful. Service life being what it is, personnel there may have changed by now, so the contact may be a different person, but the general attitude was that they would like to see the organ go to a good home.
If anyone is interested please contact me by P.M.