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Kendal Calling ends

Music lovers from all over the country arrived for one of the region's biggest festivals.

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Cumbrian band make noise at Kendal Calling

Up and coming Cumbrian band Colt 45 played their first Kendal Calling Festival together over the weekend.

The band, who are from Carlisle and Workington, formed when they met at Carlisle night club The Brickyard.

The three, Neil Harper, Adam Lewis and Gareth Jenkins, have just released their new album.

They appeared at the Woodlands Stage on Sunday afternoon and shortly afterwards they spoke back stage to our reporter Matthew Taylor.

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