Podcast: Villagers claim plans for 90 homes on farmland in Capel-le-Ferne is ‘concreting over countryside’

People living in a village between Folkestone and Dover say plans to build 90 more homes is “concreting over countryside and will spoil views”.

Developers have lodged plans to transform farmland in Capel-le-Ferne – and it’s already raised more than 100 letters of objection.

Also in today’s podcast, a woman’s described the moment a car crashed into her house in a village near Ashford.

Jenny Garrad was upstairs in the property when it happened on Chequer Tree Farm Road in Mersham – she’s now calling for improvements to the junction with Colliers Hill.

With just three days until the general election, a first time voter in Kent admits he still hasn’t decided where to put his cross.

At the start of the campaigning, Luca Fasulo had a clear idea who he was going to vote for – but that changed after watching a hustings.

A disabled woman from Sevenoaks has accused a company of discrimination after she apparently wasn’t allowed on a bus because of her mobility scooter.

Amanda King says the driver of the Number 8 Go Coach from the town centre was shaking his head as she used the ramp, despite the disabled bay being free – he reportedly then closed the door on her. 

Three school boys from Tonbridge have helped set a new tug of war world record…

Owen, Freddie and Otis used a 540 meter long rope at the town’s race course – with 500 other children taking part.

And in sport, Gillingham are back in training for the new season today.

They’ve had nine weeks off since finishing outside the play-off places in league 2.