Mother of girl who died after taking ecstasy calls for rethink

The mother of a 15-year-old girl who died after taking ecstasy has said she wants to improve drug awareness by working with the teenager convicted of supplying the drug.

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Remembering Martha...

Video. A mother is launching her own war on drugs after her 15-year-old daughter died taking ecstasy. And she says she wants help from the dealer who sold it to her. Anne-Marie Cockburn from Oxford wrote a moving account of how she coped when she learned the news that her only child had died.

Penny Silvester went to meet her.

Mum wants to meet supplier of drug that killed daughter

Martha Fernback, 15, died after taking ecstasy last year

The mother of a teenager from Oxford who died after taking the drug ecstacy, says she wants to work with the person found guilty of supplying the class A drug which killed her daughter.

Anne-Marie Cockburn's fifteen-year-old daughter, Martha, died last year. She wants to meet Alex Williams, who is seventeen, to help change people's minds about legalising some drugs.

Anne-Marie Cockburn wants to spread awareness of the dangers of taking drugs


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