A group of volunteers on the Isle of Sheppey have vowed to continue helping to control crowds at community events.
Last week it was reported members of the Sheppey Event Marshalling Unit (EMUs) were calling it a day due to a fall in donations and the number of volunteers joining. Lucy has the details.
Also in today’s podcast, there’s a fresh debate about animal welfare in horse racing after a huge protest at the Grand National.
Nearly 120 people were arrested at Aintree over the weekend – including at least one person from Kent.
We’re being urged to be on the look-out out for Asian hornets which have been spotted in Kent for the first time in four years.
They’re an invasive species which attack and kill honey bees. We’ve been speaking to a beekeeper from Dover.
People living near Tenterden Leisure Centre say they’re being ‘driven crazy’ by noise from a heat pump.
It was due to be installed on the side of the building facing football pitches – but residents are angry it’s been put right near their homes instead. Hear from some of them and the response from the council.
More details have been released about Paul O’Grady’s funeral in Kent this week.
The 67 year-old passed away last month after suffering a cardiac arrest.
And in sport, hear from the Gillingham boss following their 1-1 draw with Stockport County at the weekend.