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Podcast: Happy Pants animal ranch planning application described as ‘whack‘ after website blunder

The founder of an animal sanctuary has described the moment she thought she’d have to close it down after a planning application was supposedly turned down – describing it as ‘whack’.

The Happy Pants ranch want to stay on their site in Bobbing and have an application in with the council.

They’ve now been told a software issue was to blame and an investigation is under way.

Also in today’s podcast, the boss of Britain’s oldest brewery in Kent says another lockdown in October would be a disaster for the hospitality industry.

It’s been reported the government are planning firebreak restrictions over the half term, although that’s since been denied.

MPs are going to vote today on controversial plans to raise National Insurance to pay for social care reforms.

The Kent Wildlife Trust is backing a campaign to reduce the number of grass fires in the county following the recent spell of hot weather.

Duncan James says he can’t wait to spent Christmas in Kent.

The former Blue singer has been speaking to our What’s On editor about starring in panto in the county.

And, it was a win for Gillingham in the league trophy last night – hear from assistant manager Paul Raynor.