Independent traders across Kent are shutting up shop ahead of the second national lockdown to tackle the spread of coronavirus.
Non-essential shops, bars, pubs, restaurants and hairdressers are among those who won’t be able to open from tomorrow until December 2nd.
Hear from the son of a bookshop owner in Tonbridge.
There’s also a call for homeless people in the county to be given shelter like they were during the first lockdown in March – we’ve been speaking to Canterbury based charity Porchlight.
Plus we have reaction from the Gillingham boss after they ended a run of five games without a win in league one.