Neil reaches dizzy heights at Fire and Rescue Open Day!

Susy Radio’s Neil Munday reached the ‘height’ of his broadcasting career at the recent Surrey Fire and Rescue Open Day.

Neil and the team were broadcasting live from the event, describing all the various activities, demonstrations and events which were taking place, visiting the many stalls and talking to some of the stall holders, representatives of the various services and visitors who were attending.

You can hear everything again here and soak up the atmosphere of the day.


Lyndsay from Mole Valley Life explains to Tony Williams all about Lifeline and many other essential safety items available to the elderly to ensure their safety.

Maryam Moghul gets a radio baptism of fire for her first interview, a chat with Reigate Mayor, Cllr Frank Kelly.

Graham Exler talking to Tony Williams about the latest addition to the fleet of appliances, a very expensive and technologically advanced appliance

Jim Richman talking to Katherine from Greyhound Trust and Neil Munday talking with Bas Wood from SFRS about Fire Accelerant detection dogs.

The highlight of the day was Neil Munday’s rise to the top of 32 metre fire platform. It’s a good job Neil has a head for heights!


Pictured: The Susy Radio team
Jim Richman, Tony Williams, Steve Hall, Maryam Moghul, Neil Munday
Neil with James on the Aerial Ladder Platform