Safe Drive Stay Alive
Help keep your teenager safe on the roads
 

Deaths on the road are the single biggest killer of young people in the UK. 1 in 5 young drivers (age 17 - 24) will be involved in a road traffic collision within 12 months of passing their test.

Safe Drive Stay Alive returns to Dorking Halls in November. The live production aims to make young people aware of their responsibilities as drivers and passengers and the possible consequences should these not be taken seriously.

The production combines recorded films and live on stage testimonies from those directly affected, professionally and personally, by road traffic collision deaths or serious injuries. Since April 2005 over 92,000 Surrey teenagers have experienced this live production. So far this year, 15,000 places have been booked by Surrey schools and colleges for their students to go to one of the 19 performances scheduled for this November.

If you would like to book places for the evening performance at 7.30pm on Wednesday 12 November - please phone 01737 242444.

To find out more about Safe Drive Stay Alive and for contact details visit www.safedrivesurrey.org

We also have spaces still available for performances taking place throughout November, so please check to see if your child's school or college has booked.

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