Dozens of couples who were due to get married at a venue near Hythe have had their bookings cancelled at short notice.
Lympne Castle has been sold off to a new owner and the company that runs events there will no longer be dealing with the business.
Our reporter explains how this has happened.
Also in today’s podcast, a Kent campaigner’s backing calls for more regulation on disposable vapes, to stop children buying and using them.
There are concerns about the impact vaping could have on young people’s health.
Maidstone Councillor Tony Harwood says the devices are no longer a tool to help people stop smoking.
A Chatham mum whose twin sons were born with two different types of heart disease says she’s been blown away with how unforgiving the world can be with two poorly children.
Artemis and Perseus were nearly six weeks premature – and both had to have surgery.
We hear from their mum, Storm Sanson, who’s trying to raise awareness and money for support.
And, a 370-year-old inn in Margate, which has been dubbed the ‘longest Homes Under the Hammer project ever’, could reopen by the summer.
The owner has been showing us around.