A social media revolution is growing over the decision by BBC Radio Devon boss Mark Grinnell to axe the Judi Spiers show.
Hundreds of people have taken to Twitter and Facebook to express their anger and dismay.
A Facebook post announcing Judi’s last show this morning had received more than 100 comments in just over an hour meanwhile, a statement made online by Mr Grinnell yesterday has attracted a whopping 550 responses.
A campaign set up on both twitter and facebook called Bring Back Judi has almost 1,000 followers.
A great day out for the whole family. Among the attractions will be children’s races, games, animal handling, magic shows, barbecue, bouncy castle, Fast and Furious Ferrets, face painting, hog roast, beer tent and lots, lots more!
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