Isle Drive Safe is a Road Safety Charity formed on the
Isle Of Wight by bereaved families of road traffic victims.
Bin Your Speed campaign is raising speed
awareness using your wheelie bins!
With your help, we have raised £9000 for Charity
since losing Evey in 2012. Thank you.
Let's help save other by spreading awareness.
Neal and Penny Staley lost their ten-year-old daughter Evey when the family car was hit by another being driven by a man more than twice over the drink/drive limit and who had been smoking cannabis. The impact on their life was and continues to be truly devastating.
Alan and Hayley Staley are Evey's aunt and uncle. With both of Evey's parents critically injured, it was down to them to take care of Evey's 14-year-old sister Ellie, and to help the family pick up the pieces of their lives after the tragic crash.
Sergeant Rob Heard was the senior investigating officer of the collision in which 10 year old Evey Staley died. In this video, he outlines the circumstances of the crash which led to Robert Blakely receiving a ten year prison sentence.
PC Jon Lansley is a Roads Policing Officer who attended the collision in which Evey Staley lost her life. He is also a leading force specialist in drink and drug impaired driving. In this film, he talks about dealing with the driver of the car that hit the Staley's vehicle, and about how drugs and alcohol seriously affect your driving.
Dr Mariam Rice treated Neal and Penny Staley in the immediate aftermath of the collision that killed their daughter. In this interview, she talks movingly about having to break the news of Evey's fatal injuries Neal, to discuss organ donation, and the lasting impact the collision has had on her.