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Three men have been charged with drugs offences that connects to a death at the 2015 Kendal Calling festival.
Michael Mountfort, aged 42, of Oak Drive, Denton, Manchester, was charged with conspiracy to supply a Class A controlled drug.
Luke Nathan Fraser, aged 21, Oakfield Grove, Manchester, was charged with conspiracy to supply a Class A controlled drug and supplying a Class B controlled drug.
Simon Chapman, aged 21, of Race Grove, Millom, was charged with conspiracy to supply a Class A controlled drug.
The three men were arrested as part of an investigation into the death of Christian Pay, aged 18, from Millom, who died on the 31st July 2015.
All three are expected to appear before North Cumbria Magistrates Court on Tuesday 9 February.
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The funeral is taking place this afternoon of a Cumbrian teenager who died of suspected substance misuse at the Kendal Calling music festival.
Mourners will gather to remember the life of eighteen-year-old Christian Pay at St George's Church in Millom.
Jordan Blackburn was placed in a coma after falling ill when he took drugs at the Kendal Calling music festival.
His friend, 18-year old, Christian Pay died after taking the same substance.
On Friday Jordan released a picture of himself in hospital as a warning to others.
He feels he has a second chance at life and wants other young people to understand the dangers of what they could be taking.
Rob Smith has this report.
The message from Jordan Blackburn's mum who feared for her son's life after he took drugs at Kendal Calling.
Alison Turnbull says Jordan was lucky to have survived.
You don't know what you're taking"