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Podcast: £1.2m Buccaneer Bay in Central Park, Dartford vandalised on opening weekend

A £1.2 million play area in Dartford has been vandalised during its opening weekend.

Buccaneer Bay is within in Central Park in the town. Graffiti has been sprayed on a lighthouse which is one of the main attractions.

Also in today’s podcast, there’s been a march through Dover today marking a year since P&O ferries sacked 800 staff.

The workers were let go without notice and later replaced with cheaper agency staff.

At the time, the company said it was vital to save the business.

We’ve been speaking to a former member of staff about his life now.

Staff at a care home in Dartford are celebrating after receiving their third ‘outstanding’ rating in a row – something that’s incredibly rare.

Eglantine Villa in Horton Kirby has been recognised by inspectors for their highly personalised support. Hear from the manager there.

Our features writer Sam Lawrie takes a look at what’s going on in Kent this weekend.

And in sport, hear from Gillingham defender Conor Masterson and manager Neil Harris as they travel to take on Walsall this weekend.

The Gills are currently nine points clear of the League Two drop zone.