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Podcast: Homes gutted in huge fire in Jubilee Crescent, Gravesend

A number of homes have been destroyed in a huge fire in Gravesend.

Flames swept through the properties in Jubilee Crescent on Sunday lunchtime.

Our reporter Alex Langridge has been to the scene to see the devastation.

Also in today’s podcast, it’s feared a business that burnt down on Whitstable Harbour could take two years to reopen.

You might remember the blaze at the fish market and Crab & Winkle Restaurant about a month ago – now the owner has spoken to the podcast.

A Kent GP has welcomed plans to try and reduce the backlog of people waiting for hospital treatment, by sending them for operations further from home.

Anyone who’s been waiting over two years for a procedure will be matched-up with hospitals out of their area.

Hear the thoughts of Dr Jack Jacobs who works in Ham Street near Ashford.

A family from Dover are hoping to raise £6,000 pounds for a new bespoke wheelchair for their son.

8-year-old Henry has Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy – a progressive condition which causes muscle weakness and degeneration.

We’ve been speaking to his mum and the boss of a foundation that’s offering to match donations.

Hear about the Dover man who’s become a record breaker.

And, Kent’s Emma Raducanu is in action at Wimbledon as the tournament gets under way at SW19.