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Podcast: Snow in Kent leaves drivers stranded and dozens of schools closed

Volunteers have been rescuing drivers stranded in cars and dozens of schools have been forced to close after heavy snow hit Kent.

Many roads became impassable when the wintry conditions swept across the county last night. Hear from a member of the South East 4×4 Response.

We’ve also been finding out how Network Rail have been trying to keep Kent’s trains running and the boss of a foodbank charity says they’ll keep feeding people whatever the weather. Plus we have details on some festive events that have been cancelled.

Also on today’s podcast, a woman has been left covered in shattered glass after a car crashed into the front of her home in Deal.

Hear about the moment it happened and why there are calls for safety at a junction to be improved.

A small businesses owner from Snodland has been speaking about the impact of Royal Mail strikes with more happening in the run-up to Christmas.

Rail operator Southeastern have brought in a new timetable.

It’s in response to changes in the way we travel following the pandemic – hear what it means in the county.

And, find out who’s going to be joining Kent cricket for their T20 Blast games next season.