Podcast: Restaurant served with enforcement notice after man ‘found cockroach on plate’

A restaurant in Ashford has been served with an enforcement notice after a man reportedly found a cockroach on his plate.

He had finished his meal by the time he noticed it, but the owner of Ashford Indian Diner has described the claim as “fake”.

Also in today’s episode, hear from a cyclist who’s suffered a broken collar bone after being pushed off her bike while riding through Edenbridge.

Katie Good was training for a triathlon when she says she was deliberately targeted by two people in a car.

16 years after the death of a man in Ashford, police are renewing their appeal for information.

19-year-old Ashley Dighton was last seen near Sainsbury’s before being found dead with his head missing in woodland in July 2007.

A Romney Marsh mum says she’d rather not stay in her house after constantly having to deal with flooding.

Vikki Storey has been telling our reporter how her garden is regularly covered in water and now cracks have appeared in the walls.

And while most people find the sound of pile driving quite annoying, a drummer from Maidstone seems to be putting it to good use.

We have a clip of professional Tom Mitchell playing along to the sound of a building site in Downswood.