Podcast: Kent’s youngest pub landlord spends £50k on revamp

A pub landlord who’s thought to be the youngest in Kent has spent £50,000 revamping his old local.

Kyle Blair went to The Black Horse on Bean High Street with his parents growing up, and became the landlord when he was just 20.

Also in today’s episode, a driving instructor from Deal who was found asleep at the wheel following a drinking session has been fined and banned from driving.

Former police officer Mitchell Humphrys, who ran Mitch’s School of Motoring, was reported by his ex-wife after going out to the pub in July.

A £2.5 billion theme park earmarked for north Kent looks like it could be completely scrapped.

Plans for London Resort on the Swanscombe Peninsula have already stalled, and now council bosses in Dartford are calling on the government to strip the site of its Nationally Significant Infrastructure Project status.

It is claimed nearly £70 million has been invested into post-Brexit border checks at the Eurotunnel in Folkestone.

The system has been severely delayed, but when it does come in, it should mean a faster check in process for passengers.

Residents in part of Canterbury have criticised plans for a new A2 slip road.

Developers behind the nearby Saxon Fields estate in Thanington have a duty to built it, to reduce congestion in the area, but not everyone thinks it will work.

And in football, hear from Gillingham manager Stephen Clemence after their disappointing defeat in league 2 over the weekend.

They were beaten 2-0 by Bradford at Priestfield, and have slipped down to 10th in the table.