Cambridgeshire cannabis farm compost given to homeless

Cannabis plant factory in Soham
Image caption The farm contained separate areas for growing and drying out the plants

Several hundred bags of compost seized during a raid on a Cambridgeshire cannabis farm have been donated to a charity supporting the homeless.

The compost was found after police "sniffed out" the 7,000 cannabis plants, worth an estimated £6m, in an industrial unit in Soham on Thursday.

Emmaus Cambridge will use the compost for a new fruit and vegetable garden.

The charity supports formerly homeless people by giving them a place to live and work.

One person arrested on suspicion of producing cannabis has been released on bail.

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