TWO teenagers have admitted committing drugs offences while they were at the Kendal Calling music festival in Cumbria.

Christopher Warburton and Nathan Manning, both 18, committed the offences in July last year, Carlisle Crown Court heard.

Both men admitted being concerned in the supply of the class A drug ecstasy.

Warburton, of Brantwood Drive, Lancaster, also admitted possessing ecstasy with intent to supply it; and an offence of possessing the class B drug ethylpentylone with intent to supply.

Rachel Ottley, for Manning, of Cleveleys, Lancaster, said her client admitted the offence of being concerned in the supply of ecstasy on the basis that he was involved in only one incident.

The prosecution accepted his not guilty plea to being concerned in the supply of ethylpentylone.

Adjourning sentence until Thursday, Recorder Julie Clemitson told the defendants: "You have had the good sense to plead guilty this morning.

"When you come back to be sentenced on Thursday, you will receive credit."

She said she wanted the probation service to prepare background reports on both teenagers but she said she could make so promises about the likely sentence.

"All options are open, including custody" she said. "You have pleaded guilty to serious matters.You should not have any expectation about what the sentence will be."