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The warm weather has arrived and it's the festival season - and police in Cambridgeshire have warned people attending this weekend's 'Secret Garden Party' not to try to take drugs onto the site.
The festival at Abbots Ripton near Huntingdon starts today and runs until Sunday. The warning comes after a number of deaths in Scotland were linked to fake Ecstasy tablets - and two people died in Cambridge, after it is believed they had taken a so-called "legal high".
Festival-goers in the East are being warned about the use of drugs and so-called legal highs following a number of deaths across the country.
The Secret Garden Party at Abbots Ripton gets underway today and police in Cambridgeshire have issued the warning to the 30,000 people expected to attend. It follows two drug-related deaths in the county last week and other deaths elsewhere in the country linked with fake ecstasy pills.
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Festival-goers are being warned about drug use ahead of two major events being held in Cambridgeshire this weekend.
The Cambridge Folk Festival and The Secret Garden Party at Abbots Ripton both get underway today.
Police have issued the warning after the deaths of two people in Cambridge last week and several deaths in Scotland linked to fake ecstacy pills.