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Podcast: Parents with large buggies call for anti-bike barriers in Sittingbourne to be removed

Parents with buggies designed for twins or triplets are calling for anti-bike barriers in Sittingbourne to be removed.

Mums say they are struggling to walk their children to nursery because they can’t fit through the metal railings.

They were installed to stop motorbikes from speeding along footpaths.

Hear what one mum has to say about it.

Also in today’s podcast, a Kent travel agent expects disruption to flights to continue for some time.

Hundreds of passengers were left disappointed yesterday when dozens of flights were cancelled at the last minute.

We’ve been speaking to Chris Scoble from Go Scoble travel agents in Tunbridge Wells and kmfm’s Ismail Khwaja whose flight to Turkey last night was cancelled just minutes before take-off.

People living in part of Canterbury say they’ve reached ‘tipping point’ because of rubbish being dumped near their homes.

Residents near Kemsing Gardens say the issue has been going on for more than 15 years – and it’s now becoming dangerous.

A Kent charity is marking ten years of providing cold cots for families who have experienced the loss of a baby at birth.

Abigail’s Footsteps was set up by Jo and David Ward, following the death of their daughter, who was stillborn at 41 weeks in 2009.

David has been telling us how important cold cots are.

The Vamps have been chatting to our sister radio station kmfm about their 10 year anniversary.

They’re going on a greatest hits tour later this year.

And in sport, find out who Gillingham have signed and why there are calls for table tennis to get more recognition.