Podcast: Man vows to boycott The Thomas Ingoldsby Wetherspoon pub in Canterbury after drugs accusation

A man has vowed to boycott a Canterbury pub after being accused by staff of taking drugs.

Alan Mannings had visited The Thomas Ingoldsby for a drink and some food and was told he wasn’t going to be served. He’s been speaking to reporter Millie Bowles.

Also in today’s podcast, there are calls for urgent action to help a Kent girl who’s in intensive care as she can’t get the right treatment for her epilepsy.

Teagan Appleby’s mum says she’s suffered 19 days of constant seizures after struggling to get access to medicinal cannabis. The issue has now be raised in the commons by her local MP.

Kent’s getting almost £150 million to repair our roads over the next 11 years.

The money’s coming from redirected funds that were originally part of the HS2 rail project.

The Dartford tunnel celebrates its 60th birthday today.

It’s the busiest river crossing in the country serving 150,000 vehicles a day. We’ve been speaking to a local historian with a strong family connection to the route.

Thousands of people headed out last night to see the Christmas lights switch on in Maidstone.

Garry and Chelsea from the breakfast show on our sister radio station kmfm were there along with the cast of the Hazlitt Theatre panto.

And in sport, Gillingham welcome Salford City to Priestfield in league 2 this weekend.

The Gills will be hoping to bounce back from a 2-0 defeat at Wrexham last Saturday – it’s also a first home league game for new head coach Stephen Clemence