There’s shock today as a popular bakery has announced it’s closing four of its shops in Kent.
Cheran Friedman started Cheran’s Bakery in Sittingbourne in 2022 before expanding across the county. Hear what she’s said in a statement.
Also in today’s podcast, hear from a former post office manager who was sent to prison because of the Horizon scandal.
It’s as the government announces plans for a new law to override the wrongful convictions of 700 staff and pay compensation.
A Maidstone mum has described the moment a car crashed into her home.
Allana Spencer’s now having to live in a hotel after the property on Farleigh Hill was badly damaged when it happened during a police chase.
Following news that no Eurostar trains will stop at Kent stations this year – a businessman from Meopham has been speaking about how it’s affecting his life.
Thomas Draper has family in the Czech Republic and regularly travels to the continent for work.
A Kent mum who retrained as a councillor after her daughter was abused says it’s vital adults seek help if they suspect a child is in danger.
Miranda from Lamberhurst has spoken out as new stats show reports of child sexual offences in the county remain close to record levels.
We’ve got an update on the controversial plaza and one-way system in Herne Bay after a public meeting had to be abandoned because so many people turned up.
Reporter Ruth Cassidy was there and spoke to a resident who had tried to get in.
And, It’s been revealed Christmas TV added £1.75 million pounds to the Kent economy.
Locations in the county were used by major production companies including Netflix .