Today mark’s the day that Rachel’s Bleu Water bottles hit the store shelves, for Water Awareness Day, Rachel is doing a string of radio interviews scheduled to be aired through-out the next couple days. Here goes a list of confirmed airings.
March 22 – 12:45 – BBC Cumbria
March 22 – 1:20 – UCB
March 22 – TBC – BBC Sussex + Surrey
March 22 – TBC – BBC Radio Stoke
March 22 – Between 4 & 7 – Real Radio Yorkshire
March 23 – Morning – Viking FM
March 23 – Morning – Premier Radio
Be sure to catch one, or all of the radio interviews, whilst drinking your bottle of Bleu Water!!
Rachel is set to appear on Saturday Kitchen next Saturday (March 23). The show airs on BBC One at 10:00 (AM). Rachel Joins James Martin and chefs Atul Kochhar and Martin Morales on the show, Rachel is expected to speak of her involvement with Bleu Water, with Water Aid.
It’s about that time again, Some of Rachel’s biggest fans from various places around the world, have put together a Rachel picture copying the pose, surrounding, and setting. There are six entries this year, and half of them are men!! Click the picture above to proceed to the Sub-site and view the entries and vote for your favorite! You can only vote once to, be sure to think hard!! To celebrate the 10-year anniversary of Sweet Dreams My L.a. Ex, The winner will receive a CD-Single of Rachel’s debut single as well as a autograph from Rachel her self!!
Rachel has teamed up with Belu Water to help aid her involvement with Wateraid, money from the bottle go towards the charity that helps bring clean, running water to undeveloped area’s. Rachel will go on a small radio promo tour on the 22nd of March, Hopefully we can get some station’s and times so we can all catch them!!
Former S Club 7 singer and WaterAid ambassador Rachel Stevens, has joined forces with ethical bottled water company Belu to support the clean water charity.
From the 22nd March, conscientious customers can bag a limited edition pack of Belu Water featuring an image of Rachel on her recent WaterAid project visit to Ethiopia.
The packs will be sold exclusively in Sainsbury’s to help fundraise for the charity as all profits from the sale of Belu Water are donated to WaterAid projects that provide clean water and sanitation to some of the world’s poorest communities.
The wrap image shows Rachel with school children she met in Ethiopia, holding a message of thanks for those people who donated to WaterAid and therefore made it possible for the charity to install a clean water supply at their school and in their villages .
They told Rachel how they previously had no choice but to drink dirty water which regularly made them ill, and in some cases, had even led to the death of family members in the past – but now, thanks to the generosity of WaterAid supporters, their health has improved, they no longer have to look after sick family members and they can attend school regularly like other children their age.
Rachel said: “I was heartbroken to learn that, until recently, the children I met had been missing out on school because they didn’t have something as simple and vital as a supply of clean water. Instead, their time was spent looking after sick family members or younger siblings and walking miles to collect water every day – water they knew could also make them ill, but which they had no choice but to drink. This prevented them from attending classes, despite knowing that education is key to changing their future. Their lack of choice and the large responsibility they had at such a young age was really upsetting to me, particularly as a Mum myself. There, and in other poor communities around the world, clean water can be the difference between children getting an education or not, having a carefree childhood and making their dreams of a better future become a reality.
Belu donate all their profits to WaterAid so by buying a pack with your weekly shop, you are buying someone else a drink of safe, clean water too.
Many people don’t have a choice about what they drink, but we do. We also have a choice of which bottled water we buy so I hope that the new wraps help Belu to stand out so that people choose water that helps give other people a chance. World Water Day is the perfect time to start making that difference.”
The limited edition packs will be available in-store from World Water Day on the 22nd March until September priced at £3.35 for six 1.5 litre bottles and £1.99 for six 500ml bottles.
The first batch of brand new Next pictures for Spring 2013 have been released. Click the image above to proceed to our extensive gallery. You can also view the 2012 pictures by clicking here!! Hopefully more images come soon!
Rachel has been added to the long list of celebrities pitching in to support Red Nose Day. You can win a £500 shopping spree in Next, with Rachel as your personal stylist.
Kick-start the Spring/Summer season with a £500 shopping spree at Next with help from your personal stylist for the day, pop-starlet Rachel Stevens. As the face of Next Petites, Rachel will be on hand to help you with fashion know-how and trend advice. Her natural sense of style and classic approach to dressing with an edge, make Rachel the ideal shopping partner. With choice and style at the forefront of Next’s Spring/Summer collection there’s something to suit everyone.
Currently the bid is at £620, and will hopefully continue to grow! You can bid on the chance to meet Rachel by clicking here!
It’s that time of year again. Rachel fell short of entering the Hot 100 last year, but, let’s redeem ourselves. Simply click the image above to proceed to the FHM Website. Vote for Rachel as many times as humanly possible. Voting for the competition ends on April 11th! So we have a little over a month!