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Four men charged following death of Nick Bonnie in Manchester Warehouse Project

By Western Daily Press  |  Posted: December 20, 2013

Four men charged following death of Nick Bonnie in Manchester Warehouse Project

Nick Bonnie with his girlfriend Leah. Four men from Stroud have been charged with drugs offences or perverting the course of justice following his death at Manchester's Warehouse Project

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Four men have been charged in relation to the death of Nick Bonnie, who collapsed in Manchester's Warehouse Project in September.

Mr Bonnie, 30, who grew up in King's Stanley, Gloucestershire, and lived in Stroud, is believed to have died after taking what police said was a “particularly bad batch” of drugs in circulation. Five other people from the venue were admitted to hospital after the incident on September 28.

He worked for Prince Charles’s Prince’s Trust charity and had been to Highgrove on several occasions and attended one of the Queen’s garden parties at Buckingham Palace.

James Churchill, 29, of Selsey West, Stroud, has been charged with perverting the course of justice and six counts of supplying a Class A drug.

Paul Tabb, aged 30, of Stanley View, Stroud, has been charged with perverting the course of justice and two counts of possession of Class A drugs.

Dean Neale, aged 29, of Mosley Crescent, Stroud, has been charged with perverting the course of justice and two counts of possession of Class A drugs.

Simon Lloyd-Jones, aged 29, of Fox Moor Lane, Stroud, has been charged with perverting the course of justice.

All four have been bailed to appear at Trafford Magistrates' Court on January 7, 2014.

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