Catch up with all the latest news from across the county. Our top stories today: Kent rail services voted the worst in the country, more than 3,500 fly tipping cases reported in Medway, and abandoned donkey taken in by a Tonbridge charity.
We tried out a range of Provenance Potatoes, who produce thousand of spuds for household names.
The chair of Arts Council England has said the arts must do more to embrace diversity. Sir Nicholas Serota said that this issue was crucial to the way in which society and the arts connect. Carol Stewart from the Medway African and Caribbean Association joined us on the sofa.
Gravesham's first brewery to open in 80 years has been set up in Northfleet. For almost a century, the borough had no brewery as the last one closed in the early 1930s. The Iron Pier Brewery officially opened last week and Louisa Britton's been to pay them a visit.
American car company Ford have said they plan to invest billions of dollars in manufacturing electric cars. The plans come as move to push drivers away from purchasing petrol and diesel powered vehicles. We asked shoppers in Chatham if the plans likely to work and whether they think we will all be driving electric cars in the near future.