We would like to express our enormous appreciation and thanks for the support given to Cazfest by the people of Bishop’s Stortford and the surrounding areas as well as the 140 plus volunteers who gave up their time and worked tirelessly on the day ensuring everybody enjoyed themselves.
We were extremely fortunate with the weather this year which only added to the party atmosphere and everyone we talked to seemed to be having a fantastic time!
The aims and objectives of Cazfest are now well established in the town as we seek to take our message to a wider audience. If anyone or any business would like to assist the charity please contact email@example.com and we would be delighted to welcome you on board.
We hope you all enjoyed the day and look forward to welcoming you back again in 2015!
An all day summer music event first held in Bishop's Stortford, Hertfordshire in 2009 with local and popular bands, alongside a wide range of other entertainment, all in memory of Caroline Johnstone.
Cazfest was established in 2009 in memory of Caroline Johnstone (Caz)
Caroline was a 17 year old student of The Bishop's Stortford High School studying for her “A” levels who had hoped to go to Newcastle University to study English Language.
On June 6th 2008, while with friends at a night club, she collapsed and, despite the prompt attendance of the medical services, she was never able to regain consciousness.
She died peacefully on June 12th 2008.
All net proceeds from Cazfest go towards raising awareness of heart risk in young people and to help finance heart screening for sixth form students in Hertfordshire & Essex.
Read more about Cazfest HERE
You can make a donation to Cazfest through our Just Giving™ page HERE
You can also show your support for Cazfest by clicking on the Care button on our Just Giving Page HERE
Did you know that you can donate to Cazfest by text message?
Text CAZF12£2/£5/£10 to 70070 to donate now; e.g. CAZF12£10
Congratulations to Sophie Shirley and her team who successfully raised over £3,000 for Cazfest by taking part in the annual Tough Mudder Challenge at Henley in April.
More details and photos HERE
We were enormously flattered and grateful when we were advised that Cllr Graham McAndrew, Leader of East Herts District Council had chosen Cazfest as his charity of the year.
More details HERE!
A huge THANK YOU to Graham for raising such an amazing amount for Cazfest.
Intercounty offered their support to Cazfest and the Cazfest Music Festival and we are really grateful for all they did!
for their amazing support!
More photos and videos from this year's amazing Cazfest are linked on the media pages!
Photo Albums HERE!
Videos and a link to our Cazfest TV channel on YouTube HERE!
The work of cazfest continues throughout the year.
Thank you EVERYONE for your support!
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