Published: 13:01, 21 October 2019
| Updated: 13:03, 21 October 2019
A new project's launched to try and keep children in Kent out of trouble - by getting them to play football.
The Street Soccer school is aiming to stop vulnerable youngsters from getting involved in crime, by building their confidence and improving their behaviour and engagement in lessons.
Also in today's episode: there's a call for drugs like cocaine and heroin to be legalised, Canterbury Festival is underway, and the Gillingham manager gives us his reaction to Saturday's match.
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