One of Kent’s MPs has been recognised in the Queen’s birthday honours.
Tracey Crouch, who represents Chatham and Aylesford, has been awarded a CBE for the work she did on the fan led review into football governance.
Meantime, the CEO of a company that arranges community events across the county to bring people of all faiths together has also been honoured.
Gurvinder Sandher gets an MBE.
Also in today’s podcast, it’s two years since a large cliff collapse destroyed a home on Sheppey.
People living there say they are still battling to protect their properties.
Hear about the many events taking place in Kent to celebrate the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee.
And in sport, Gillingham have made their first signing of the summer.