All the UK Harpsichord Makers and Technicians listed below are personal friends of mine and are highly recommended:

Scotland: Edinburgh, William Hendry, Tunings, Hirings, servicing and repairs: mailto:fhendry@tiscali.co.uk William Hendry is also an organist, here is a link to his website: http://www.weddingorganist.com/

Scotland: Glasgow, Margaret Monk, Tunings, Hirings, servicing and repairs: awaiting contact details.

Lancaster: Robert Deegan, maker, repairs, hirings, tunings, servicing. Website: http://www.deeganharpsichords.com/

Yorkshire: The Early Music Shop, new and second-hand harpsichord sales and spares. http://www.earlymusicshop.com/ 

Shropshire: Ludlow, Edmund Handy. Clavichord maker, tunings, repairs and restorations of harpsichords and clavichords. http://www.edmundhandy.co.uk

Norfolk: Alan Gotto, new instruments. Website: http://www.dsn.co.uk/agotto/ 

Cambridge: Dan Tidhar, tuning and hiring, including Fortepiano: http://www.cambridge-baroque-labs.com

Suffolk: Details of technician to follow.

London: Andrew Wooderson, Maker, Hirings, tuning, servicing, maintenance courses, second-hand instruments - in fact everything that I do and more, but based in South East London! http://www.woodersonharpsichords.co.uk/ 

South Coast: Malcolm Rose, Maker, restorer, maker of harpsichord wire, tuning and hiring. Website: http://www.malcolm-rose.com/ 

The Somerset Cluster: Colin Booth, maker, short and long-term hirings, harpsichordist. http://www.colinbooth.co.uk/ 

Peter Barnes, new and second-hand instruments. Website:  http://www.peterbarnesharpsichords.com

Michael Johnson, retired maker with just a few harpsichords still to sell. Website: http://michaeljohnsonharpsichords.com/

Chris Barlow, harp and fortepiano maker, tunings, hirings and restoration. Website: http://www.barlowharps.com/ 

International: Carey Beebe has a list of European Harpsichord Makers on his site http://www.hpschd.nu/index.html?nav/nav.html&t/welcome.html&http://www.hpschd.nu/l/links-12.html 

Carey Beebe's site has so much useful information on tuning, replacing strings, plectra, etc. He is a world leader for harpsichord information. When you have some spare time, please look on http://www.hpschd.nu/ 

The British Harpsichord Society also runs a useful website which hosts advertisements for used harpsichords and clavichords http://www.harpsichord.org.uk/

The Early Music Shop caries a stock of spares and used instruments: http://www.earlymusicshop.com/home.aspx