Podcast: Boss of historic Kent firm guilty of hiding tracker under ex-girlfriend’s car

The boss of one of Kent’s oldest family firms has pleaded guilty to hiding a tracker under his ex-girlfriend’s car during a four-month stalking campaign.

Graham West, who runs West Whelks in Whitstable Harbour, used the GPS device to monitor her movements. 

Also in today’s podcast, the temporary manager for Gillingham Football Club says he’s ready to step in after the shock sacking of Neil Harris. 

Keith Millen will lead the team against MK Dons tomorrow. 

A group of bikers have been allowed to run a social club in a former pub in Dover  despite fears “excessive noise” would keep residents up at night.

The Goat House opened in  July, filling the former Cherry Tree in London Road. 

The weather in Kent this weekend will be unseasonably warm with temperatures expected to hit the mid 20’s. 

Hear from a meteorologist with the Met Office about why we’re see a lingering summer. 

And, the last Wilko store in Kent has closed it doors two months after the company went into administration. 

You can hear how former employees across the county have been celebrating the end of an era.