Catch up on all the latest news from across your county. Our top stories this evening: The dad of a 9-year old boy from Kent is alleged to have poisoned and murdered his son before taking his own life while on holiday in South Africa, Maidstone's M20 services are the first in the country to offer money off its products for customers who recycle bottles and cups, and we hear about a gardener from Romney Marsh who's struck gold by winning £3million on a scratch card.
An award winning Kent charity has set up the first professional theatre company for performers with learning disabilities and autism in the county. Square Pegs Arts will soon be holding auditions for the project at the Brooke Theatre in Chatham.
VIDEO: A Gravesend resident has been awarded an MBE for his lifelong services to both statistics and the Sikh community. Mr Jagdev Singh Virdee has had an impressive career with central government, the Royal Statistical Society and as an editor for the British Sikh Report, but dedicates much of his spare time to community engagement.
A woman from Rochester's been raising awareness of chronic fatigue syndrome, a disease she's had since she was 15. Jessica Taylor-Bearman's written a book about her experiences of being hospitalised and took part in the global movement, Millions Missing earlier this year.