Podcast: Grandmother’s foot amputated after four day wait in hospital corridor

A 78-year-old woman had to have her lower leg amputated after her family claim she was left on a trolley in a hospital corridor for four days.

She was taken to Medway Maritime Hospital with a foot infection on Good Friday which developed into sepsis.

Also in today’s podcast, a Rainham teacher has shared his incredible story as part of a campaign from Air Ambulance Charity Kent, Surrey and Sussex. 

The dad-of-three says his bedroom was turned into a makeshift operating theatre after he collapsed out of bed at four o’clock in the morning.

The owners of an iconic country house-turned-hotel have unveiled plans for an ambitious expansion

Bosses at the Canterbury venue want to make it “desirable all year round” to attract more people to the county.

There’s delight for Kent Wimpy fans  with one restaurant set to reopen later this year 

There were fears the sight would close for good after the franchisee stepped down after 30-years in charge.

And you can hear from the Gillingham boss ahead of their clash with Barrow this weekend. 

The play off places are almost impossible for the Gills at this point but Stephen Clemence says he hasn’t given up hope.