[A] BARROW man accused of possessing ecstasy with intent to supply the class A drug has appeared before a judge.
Mark Andrew Blamire, 29, faces charges which arise out of an incident on July 29 last year.
Blamire is alleged to have possessed ecstasy with intent to supply. He also faces two charges which allege that he was in possession of the class B substance amphetamine.
Blamire appeared at Carlisle Crown Court earlier today (MON) but was wasn’t legally represented by a lawyer for the short hearing in front of Judge Peter Hughes QC.
No pleas to the charges were entered, but a timetable for the progress of the case was outlined by prosecutor Charles Brown.
Blamire, of Dalton Road, Barrow, was told a trial had been provisionally listed for August 7, with an estimated length of “one day plus”.