Podcast: Faversham roads to be transformed to make it a ‘walking and cycling town’

Roads in Faversham are set to be transformed to make it a ‘walking and cycling town’.

The idea is to make the area safer for pedestrians and cyclists and encourage more residents and visitors to choose green travel options.  Hear from local democracy reporter Daniel Esson who wrote the story.

Also in today’s podcast, a Kent woman is calling for more awareness of common breast cancer symptoms, after being diagnosed with two different types of the disease.

A recent survey’s found 93% of women know a lump could be a warning sign, but the majority couldn’t identify any others.

Southern Water’s announced plans to spend £1.5 billion to try and stop waste water being released into the sea off Kent.

We’ve been speaking to the company and getting reaction from campaigners who are concerned about water bills going up.

Drivers have been caught on camera moving barriers to get around a road closure in Sittingbourne.

Gas works are being carried out on Church Road in Murston – but some are ignoring the restrictions.

And, Kevin Clifton says he can’t wait to be a baddie in panto in Kent this Christmas.

The former Strictly pro is starring as Abanazer in Aladdin at the Marlowe in Canterbury and has been chatting to our What’s On reporter Sam Lawrie.