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Podcast: Why it’s feared someone could be hit by a car in Sandwich after a bus stop was moved

It’s feared there could be a nasty accident in Sandwich after a bus stop was relocated.

An area on New Street outside Guildhall Square that was previously used as a pull in has been tarmacked over – with buses stopping further up the road instead.

Hear from people who live there and the response from the council.

Also in today’s podcast, a worker at a Turkish restaurant in Kent has described how his family has been devastated by the earthquake in Turkey and Syria.

More than 21,700 people are now known to have died after the power tremour struck on Monday.

It’s been confirmed the amount we pay in council tax in Kent is going up by about 5% from April.

That works out as an extra £73 for an average Band D household – bringing the annual payment to just over £1,500.

We’ve also been speaking to the council leader about how much parents might have to pay for the annual travel saver pass for children.

Prayer books belonging to two of Henry VIII’s wives have been reunited for the first time in 500 years and gone on display in Kent.

One belonged to Catherine of Aragon – the other was owned by Anne Boleyn.

They’re on show at Hever Castle where Anne grew up and we’ve been chatting to assistant curator Kate McCaffrey.

Find out which Kent songwriter will be collecting a BRIT Award this weekend.

We’ve got a roundup of everything going on in Kent this weekend.

And in sport, Gillingham will be looking to make it five games unbeaten this weekend.

They travel to take on promotion chasing Mansfield Town – manager Neil Harris has been speaking to our sport reporter Luke Cawdell.