Published: 10:00, 04 June 2014 |
Updated: 10:15, 04 June 2014
A lucky kmfm listener has struck gold - by correctly recognising the sound of a meerkat.
Cheryl Turner, from Rochester, scooped £1,160 by winning kmfm's Kent Sound competition today.
She made the correct guess of a meerkat at Wingham Wildlife Park during the breakfast show with Garry Wilson and Emma Adam this morning.
The Kent Sound sound is a kmfm competition in which listeners have to guess the source of a mystery sound.
Incorrect guesses had included horse shoes at the Grand National, a baby lamb at Hadlow and a train on the Dymchurch and Hythe Railway.
A new Kent Sound will now start on Monday, with the prize pot growing with every incorrect guess.
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