Q1. Where do the performances take place?
A1. Dorking Halls, Dorking
Q2. How long are the performances?
A2. Approximately 80 minutes
Q4. Can you bring performances to my school or college?
A4. Sorry no. For a number of reasons, including capacity and the affect on our voluntary speakers.
Q5. How can I get involved?
A5. We’d like to hear from you if you’d like to become a speaker or can support funding. See further details.
Q6. Can I bring students from outside Surrey?
A6. Yes, but subject to places being made available to Surrey schools and colleges first. We would not be able to provide free transport, but will this year, 2019, be able to provide at a subsidised rate of £3.00 per person.
Q7. Do you have a risk assessment?
A7. Yes, we do. Available on request via email firstname.lastname@example.org
Q8. Does Safe Drive Stay Alive run in other counties?
A8. Yes. They are either led by a fire & rescue service or another agency in partnership. Other SDSA details can be found online or please contact us for their details.
Q9. Who pays for the performance costs?
A9. All performance costs, including film production, transport and venue hire, are covered by a combination of corporate, public sector and charitable trusts financial support. Surrey Fire & Rescue Service and partners commit their employees’ time. Running costs are not funded directly from service budgets.
Q10. How much does it cost each year to run?
A10. Depending on the number of attendees, running costs each year, in Surrey, are between £100 000 and £110 000.