Wednesday, 20 April 2011

Heidi Range says her favourite city is New York

By MusicRooms on 20/04/2011

Heidi Range says her favourite city is New York.
image: Heidi Range
The Sugababes singer loves going on holiday to the ‘Big Apple’ with her fiance Dave Berry because she finds it such an exciting and romantic place.
She said: “New York is such an amazing place – me and Dave went there on our first holiday together. It was around Christmas and it was really so romantic. We went on a horse-drawn carriage and my favourite thing to do is to have a glass of champagne at Grand Central Station.”
Just as she has fallen in love with New York, she has also fallen for the delights of Spain – in particular Tapas food.
She revealed: “I’m really into tapas at the moment. We’ve got a really cute one right by our house, which does great seafood. It’s just like being on holiday.”

Heidi Range loves New York

Updated: 14:38, Thursday April 21, 2011

Heidi Range loves New York

Sugababes to headline Cazfest music festival

'Caz' Caroline Johnstone The festival is held in memory of Caroline Johnstone
The Sugababes will headline a music festival this summer, held annually in memory of a Hertfordshire teenager.
Cazfest will take place on Saturday 2 July 2011 at Sworder's Field in Bishops Stortford.
Now in its third year, the event is held in memory of 17-year-old Caroline Johnstone.
Caz, as she was known to her friends, was a student at Bishops Stortford High School and had planned to go to university to study English.
On 6 June 2008, while out with friends at a nightclub she collapsed and, despite the prompt attendance of the medical services, never regained consciousness.
After five days the decision was taken to turn off her life support.
ECG screening Cazfest was established by the teenager's family to raise awareness and fund the heart screening of all sixth form students, initially in the Bishops Stortford area, but then across as much of Hertfordshire and Essex as possible.
"Since Caroline died, we've worked very closely with the charity CRY (Cardiac Risk in the Young), and have paid for ECG (electrocardiogram) screening for around 350 young people," said Caroline's mother Lesley Johnstone.
Over 3,500 people attended Cazfest 2010, raising over £30,000 for the charity. Organisers hope to attract 5,000 visitors this year and are looking to raise in excess of £50,000.
"The Sugababes are one of the biggest girl bands and we are delighted they will be performing at the festival," said Mrs Johnstone.

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