Podcast: Five-year-old Folkestone boy, George Davenport, dies in quad bike accident in County Kerry

A five-year-old boy from Folkestone has died in a quad bike accident in Ireland.

 Little George Davenport was visiting his grandparents in Ireland when the tragedy happened at the weekend.

Also in today’s podcast, Wilko has gone into administration putting hundreds of jobs in Kent at risk.

The retailer has 13 stores in the county and failed to secure a rescue deal after revealing financial struggles.

It’s claimed plans to set up new Family Hubs in Kent will lead to an increase in anti-social behaviour.

The county council have put forward proposals to save nearly a million pounds – but it could mean 80 youth projects lose funding.

A Sheerness mum says she’s ‘angry and upset’ after being accused of neglect when she left her sick baby in hospital to go home and look after her other two children.

Kayliegh Gadsden’s newborn was in the special care baby unit at Medway Maritime – but she had a call from social services says a report had been made by medics.

Almost 200 homes in Chatham are still without electricity after a power surge caused smoke to come out of plug sockets and light switches.

Some people’s TVs and fridges also broke when it happened on Tuesday.

There are concerns about the safety of a car park in Ashford as water is still dripping from the ceiling.

Work was carried out just two months ago to fix the problem at the Park Mall site in the town centre.

At KentOnline you can see the statues of two music icons that have been unveiled in Dartford.

The sculptures of Mick Jagger and Keith Richards are on display at One Bell Corner on the high street.

Football, and Gillingham will face a Premier League side in the second round of the Carabao Cup.

They’ve been drawn away to newly promoted Luton Town after beating Southampton on Tuesday night.