Podcast: New Romney stabbing victim feared she’d die in front of her children

A Romney Marsh stabbing victim says she tried to keep her eyes open and stay awake after being attacked because her children needed her. 

The mum-of-four suffered wounds to her abdomen, chest and arms and was flown to a London hospital.

Also in today’s podcast, four men have gone on trial accused of murdering a homeless man in Canterbury earlier this year.

The victim was a former barrister and was attacked with a wooden gavel and a laptop. 

A man from Herne Bay is still shielding from covid more than three years since the pandemic hit. 

He says he’s doing it to protect his vulnerable family members but often gets criticised over his decision to wear a mask in public. 

Hear the reaction from shoppers in Gillingham and from local business after it was announced there will be no Christmas lights in Medway this year. 

Council say it’s been scrapped as they try to tackle a budget overspend of 17 million pounds. 

And in sport, interim manager Keith Millen says he’s disappointed by the result of Gillingham’s clash in the EFL trophy. 

They lost 5 –  1 away to Portsmouth.