Podcast: Family forced out of town as rental costs soar

A Faversham mum has been telling us about her struggle to find a home for her family because of soaring rental prices.

Figures show the number of houses available for less than £1,000 a month have halved in the space of a year, and estate agents say supply on the market is dwindling.

Also in today’s episode, a woman has been sentenced in court after waving an imitation firearm and scissors at staff at a pub in Gillingham.

She was angry after they refused to giver her dog a drink of water.

It’s been a year since wildfires swept Kent as temperatures went above 40 degrees in the UK for the first time.

A heatwave is continuing to grip southern Europe, and a Tunbridge Wells travel agent has been giving tips to holidaymakers who might be heading to the continent this summer.

A Tunbridge Wells breast cancer survivor has been telling us about her campaign to empower other women who’ve had a mastectomy.

Florence Moon was diagnosed with the disease in 2017 and struggled to come to terms with her appearance after having surgery.

And in sport, the Gillingham manager has been giving us his reaction to the defeat to Charlton in their latest pre-season friendly.

Neil Harris has also told us how pleased his is with their new defensive signing.