Sidmouth Air Show, featuring the Red Arrows, returned to Sidmouth by popular demand in 2015, having been part of Sidmouth’s calendar of events from the 1960s through to the early 2000s.
As part of its ongoing commitment to ensuring that town events enjoy community involvement and support,
Sidmouth Town Council is conducting a survey to understand residents’ views on the Air Show.
Due to circumstances beyond our control.
The Sunday afternoon Memory Lane show has been suspended until after the Sidmouth Folk Festival.
Sid Valley Radio wish to thank Nick Muir for his Memory Lane Shows and a special thanks to Jooly for taking it over when nick retired.
We apologises to our listeners for the change of scheduling.
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Devon Hampers for the amazing Hamper on Stuart Preestlys show
Roy Eglon for his most generous donation
Thor Mitchell For developing the Android App. A Dam fine app too!
Cllr Stuart Hughes Devon County Council. Investing in Devon fund.
For his help in financing the inner sound studio in the Sid Valley Radio office.
Sidmouth Scaffolding for their help again with the antenna for Folk Week. These people are fantastic
Signs SouthWest for the amazing signs that were around Sid Valley the area for Folk Week.
Sidmouth Town Council for their very generous donation.
The Carnival Club for their physical help in building the Original Sound Studio
For installing the sound proofing in the new studio
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Tim Stevens for the amazing work on the rotating SVR Gif and the background image