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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