The owners of a popular spot for car meet ups in Challock say they’re afraid they’ll be closed down after villagers complained about the noise.
The owners of B_Road at The Stag have put out the warning to their patrons after reports of visitors revving engines and speeding.
Also in today’s podcast, the death of a teenage boy riding an e-scooter on a road near Maidstone has been described as an avoidable tragedy.
The fatal crash has sparked calls for more action to stop e-scooters being ridden illegally.
A Dartford dad wants more to be done after heavy rain caused sewage to flood his garden, covering his children’s toys with dirty water.
He says his home has been inundated five times in the last seven years and is calling on Thames Water to take action.
Stackable pods could soon be used to tackle the number of rough sleepers on the streets of Gravesend.
Eight units, which can be stacked up to two stories high, have been donated as council report an increase of homelessness.
And in sport, Kent’s Tammy Beaumont will return to England’s squad for the one-day international matches in the Women’s Ashes.
That’s despite her not being included for the recent T20 campaign.