More than 100 ecstasy tablets hidden in bottles of shampoo have been seized by police at the Creamfields festival.
Two men have been arrested on suspicion of possessing drugs with intent to supply, after the seizure at the dance music event near Warrington.
Cheshire Police say the search was carried out by officers at the VIP entrance on Friday.
Thousands of people are attending the festival at the Daresbury site. It continues until Bank Holiday Monday.
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Two investigations into the finances at hospitals in the North West of England are being widened because some patients are waiting too long in A&E.
Monitor, the health sector regulator, will now look into how well the trusts are run as well as scrutinising their finances. The trusts involved are:
· Warrington and Halton Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust · Wirral University Teaching Hospital NHS Foundation Trust
The trusts, which serve patients in Warrington, Halton and Wirral have both repeatedly failed to meet national targets for seeing 95% of Accident and Emergency patients within four hours.
The regulator says it believes that local partners, such as commissioners and other NHS organisations, have a significant role to play in improving urgent care across the region and that the trusts may not be able to solve the problems outlined alone.
Paul Chandler, Regional Director at Monitor, said: “We have decided to widen our investigations because some patients are waiting too long in A&E."
“We now need to understand what the trusts have done, and are planning, to improve A&E performance and how they will work with local partners to achieve this.”
Monitor also says it will announce the outcome of each investigation in due course but that no decisions have yet been taken.