Podcast: Postal worker saved toddler who had walked out of Bossingham pre-school near Canterbury unnoticed

A postal worker has saved a toddler who had walked out of a nursery near Canterbury unnoticed.

The little girl was spotted in the middle of the road near Bossingham pre-school. Leanne Porter has described the moment it happened.

Also in today’s podcast, the family of a Kent security guard who died in a crowd crush at the O2 Academy in Brixton say they’re still waiting for answers, six month on.

23-year-old Gaby Hutchinson from Gravesend was one of two people killed at the venue last December. Hear from Gabby’s mum and sister.

Water supply issues have been continuing for people in west Kent.

A burst main caused taps to run dry in Tunbridge Wells yesterday. Although that’s now been fixed, low pressure means water can’t be pumped out properly.

MP Greg Clark has spoken out about it and people living in the town are worried about the rest of the summer.

There’s been a mixed reaction to plans to knock down and rebuild a former cinema in Deal.

The Regent was more recently used as a bingo hall, but has been empty since 2008. Hear from a local resident.

And in sport, Gillingham have completed the signing of former Wales international Jonny Williams.

He’s joined on a three-year deal after speculation he might have been snapped up by league 2 rivals Bradford City. The 29-year-old has been chatting to our sports reporter Luke Cawdell.