Podcast: Owners of Lucy’s pie and mash shop in Margate hit back at critical review posted on Facebook

The owners of a pie and mash shop in Margate have hit back after receiving a critical review on Facebook.

The reviewer criticised the quality of his meal and the service – saying it took 20 minutes for his order to be taken.

Now, the owners of Lucy’s have suggested that any diner who has a problem speaks to them face-to-face.

Also in today’s podcast, maternity services at a Kent hospital have been rated inadequate – after inspectors found cases of emergency c-sections being delayed and women suffering major blood loss.

They have issued a damning report into the unit at Tunbridge Wells hospital at Pembury. Hear from the Care Quality Commission – we’ve also has statements from the NHS Trust.

A former Maidstone schoolgirl is in the running for a Bafta this weekend.

You might recognise Mia McKenna-Bruce from Tracey Beaker Returns or The Dumping Ground on TV – now the 26 year-old is nominated in the Rising Star category for a film role.

Our What’s On writer Sam Lawrie has a roundup of everything going on in Kent that you need to know about this weekend.

In sport, tickets to see Maidstone United in the fifth round of the FA Cup have sold out in just a couple of hours.

They travel to take on Championship side Coventry City on Monday February 26th. Hear from a fan who queued from 5.30am in a bid to get to the game.

And, Gillingham travel to Newport County in league two this weekend.

They’ll be hoping to continue their unbeaten run this month after draws against Walsall and Swindon and a victory over Notts County. Hear from assistant coach Robbie Stockdale and midfielder Max Clark.