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Podcast: Dog attacks in Marden near Maidstone leave pet owners fearing for their animals’ safety

Pet owners in a village near Maidstone say they are worried about their animals’ safety following a series of dog attacks.
Residents in Marden say a Bully breed dog has attacked several other animals – including a Dachshund that died from the injuries.
Find out what the RSPCA and police have had to say.
Also in today’s podcast, drivers are still being urged to avoid part of Gravesend town centre after a huge fire saw part of a building collapse into the street.
It’s still not known what started the blaze at the listed property on Queen Street last Thursday.
The councillor for the area has described the devastation.
A best man and his wife from Snodland have been injured after a car ploughed into a wedding convoy as they headed to the ceremony in Crete.
Dean and Gemma Fitton were left trapped and had to be flown back to Britain by air ambulance after it happened earlier – Dean has been recounting what happened.
As half term gets under way, lifeguards are returning to patrol beaches in Kent.
Last year, the RNLI teams attended more than 500 incidents on the coast in the county and saved four lives.
And, with just days to go until the Platinum Jubilee celebrations, hear from the hospice in north Kent recording a song for her Majesty.
You can also find out where to get information on the beacons being lit across the county.