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Podcast: Rochester’s City Wall wine bar served with noise abatement order

The owner of one of Medway’s most popular bars has said he could be ready to quit after it was served with a noise abatement order.
Sanjay Raval runs the City Wall on Rochester High Street and says while he’s lodged an appeal, it’s left him feeling very despondent.
He’s spoken exclusively to the KentOnline Podcast.
Also today, a Kent MP has defended his decision to travel to Ukraine to see the war effort for himself.
Gravesham’s Adam Holloway says he wants to make a contribution.
Meantime, an open prayer day has been held at a church in Maidstone to support the local Ukrainian community – hear from one man who went along.
A Gravesham teenager has revealed her shocking experiences of hate crime as a campaign get under way to tackle it…
Schools are urging young people to speak out if they’ve been targeted.
It’s feared new mums in Kent might be struggling to look after their babies because of the impact of the pandemic.
Research has found more than six in 10 women feel they’re getting less support in the first six months after giving birth – we’ve been speaking to Alex from Gravesend who had twins during lockdown.
In sport, find out how Kent’s Zak Crawley’s been getting on as England warm up for their tour of the West Indies.
And, we’ve got details of the result of last night’s Kent Senior Cup game between Gillingham and Margate.