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Road safety show could face a crash if new sponsors don’t come forward

A hard-hitting road safety show, which has helped educate generations of young people across Grampian, is in jeopardy unless it can attract new sponsors.

The “Safe Drive Stay Alive” scheme has been watched by senior school pupils in the north-east of Scotland for the last eleven years.

The visceral stage show features real-life testimony from the emergency services who regularly deal with road collisions and from members of the public, whose lives have been affected by road collisions in an extreme and profound way.

However, following the withdrawal of Petrofac as sponsors in 2015 after nine years and notice from ExxonMobil that they are no longer in a position to assist, the campaign is looking for other businesses or individuals to help them continue the work.

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