safe drive stay alive

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ROUND UP: Live performances to drive home road safety message; Residents to get close-up footage of RideLondon-Surrey cycling stars

Live performances to drive home road safety message A series of live performances that aim to raise road safety awareness among young people in Surrey will take place this month. Safe Drive Stay Alive, an initiative lead by Surrey Fire and Rescue Service, features a series of films and live speakers who recount their stories and … Continue reading

ROUND UP: New High Sheriff of Surrey takes over; Fire service win road safety award

New High Sheriff of Surrey takes over Richard Whittington has taken over as the new High Sheriff of Surrey at a ceremony at Guildford Cathedral. Mr Whittington, who is from Chobham and is a distant relative of former Lord Mayor of London Dick Whittington, takes over from Mrs Elizabeth Kennedy and began work on Friday … Continue reading

VIDEO: Surrey firefighter drives home road safety message by releasing music video

A Surrey firefighter has produced a hard-hitting music video highlighting to young motorists the dangers of careless driving after witnessing the harrowing aftermath of car crashes. Maxi Curnow, 23, penned the song If We Make It and enlisted his girlfriend and colleagues from Gomshall fire station to feature in the accompanying video. The four-minute film, … Continue reading

Hard-hitting campaign features in BBC documentary

A hard-hitting road safety campaign aimed to keep young people safe on the roads has featured in a BBC documentary. License to Kill highlighted how Safe Drive Stay Alive, led by Surrey Fire and Rescue Service, uses powerful videos, eyewitness accounts and first hand experiences to educate young people about the potential dangers of the road. Documentary presenter … Continue reading

National spotlight on Surrey’s “lifesaving” road safety scheme

The latest performance of Surrey’s hard hitting stage production Safe Drive, Stay Alive has been filmed by the BBC as part of documentary on road safety. The documentary, ‘Licensed to Kill’ will focus on issues of road safety around the UK and is showcasing how Surrey’s scheme can reduce road accidents. The documentary will be … Continue reading

Business backs road safety campaign

ExxonMobil, esure and Canon are among the household names backing a Surrey road safety campaign. The businesses are helping to educate young people about the consequences of dangerous driving. They are supporting the Safe Drive Stay Alive initiative in Surrey and have already pledged money or the free use of their facilities for the road … Continue reading


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