Share your coronavirus support service over the airwaves in Sidmouth

Sid Valley Radio will broadcast the services of voluntary groups, businesses and individuals helping the town through the coronavirus crisis.

The station is inviting people in Sidmouth to get in touch with their support stories, which will be shared with listeners.

Sid Valley Radio presenters will keep the town updated on any new developments as they unfold.

A spokesman for the radio station said: “The role of Sid Valley Radio in keeping communications going across the Sid Valley has never been more vital.

“And, over the coming weeks, your local radio station will become even more important as a source for news and information to families, businesses and individuals adapting to new ways of living and working.”

The spokesman said Sid Valley Radio could share information quickly, as new developments unfold.

“The current situation has shown the important role that local radio can play during an emergency,” said the spokesman.

“Please do get in touch if you’re an organisation, business, or individual providing help to others – or that you are someone in need of help and support right now.”

Voluntary groups, local businesses or individuals supporting people in the Sidmouth area amid the coronavirus crisis can tell the radio station what they are doing to help.

The community radio station will broadcast the information to its listeners, highlighting available help and how to access it.

The spokesman said: “If you run a voluntary group, local business, or are an individual supporting local people during the current crisis, then please tell us about that help – what it is that you are doing in your local area – and we will broadcast it.

“Tell us what support you are offering, and how people can contact your organisation if they need your help.”

To be included, email the details to studio@sidvalleyradio.co.uk
call 01395 514434 and ask for Bob Weeks, station manager, or text the studio on 07565 825041.

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