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Podcast: Grieving mums told to remove ornaments from babies’ graves in Boughton-under-Blean

Grieving mums have been told to remove ornaments and fences from babies’ graves.

They’ve received a letter from the parish council which they have described as cold and unsympathetic.

Hear from one mum who has lost two sons and believes the rules need to change.

Also in today’s podcast, hear the moment a van driver led police on a chase through Dartford at speeds above 100 miles per hour.

Connor Hitchin is said to have shown a “shocking disregard” for other road users.

A project is under way in Faversham to try and help us recycle more items that traditionally can’t go in kerbside recycling collections.

Plastics like cheese wrappers, Pringle pot lids, coffee capsules and bread bags are being collected by a charity in the town.

Canterbury’s Mimi Webb has been chatting to our sister radio station kmfm just weeks after being nominated for a Brit Award.

Hear what she had to say to Garry and Chelsea on breakfast earlier.

And in sport, we’ve been speaking to the Gillingham manager ahead of their sold-out game at Priestfield this weekend.

They are taking on Crawley Town and hope to climb out of the league two relegation places.