We run events, walks and talks and produce regular newsletters and publications
We look after the Keith Owen Fund, which gives grants to a wide range of local projects
We own and maintain over 40 acres of land around the Valley
Our Volunteers look after over 50miles of footpaths and help keep the River Sid free from litter and pollution
We own and run the Sidmouth Museum, which attracts around 13,000 visitors every year
The SVA was formed in 1846 to protect the landscape and amenities of the Sid Valley
An area of woodland adjacent to Combe Head Wood – 3.98 acres of steep sided deciduous woodland, through which are some permitted and public footpaths. It adjoins National Trust pine woodlands and is a popular walk to the cliffs at Salcombe Mouth.