Published: 14:16, 07 October 2019
| Updated: 14:17, 07 October 2019
KentOnline's been told the cost of deliberate fires on farms in Kent has hit its highest level in four years.
A new report says the price tag of all blazes in the south east increased to almost 6 million pounds last year - that's up 43% with more than a quarter thought to have been started on purpose.
Also in today's episode, we've been looking at what Kent would be like if it wasn't for charities, and we hear from Gillingham manager Steve Evans after their game at the weekend.
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