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Podcast: Former RAF Air Cadets base in Gillingham branded a 'death trap' after being targeted by vandals

A former RAF Air Cadets base in Gillingham has been branded a 'death trap' after being targeted by vandals.

The site has been left covered in graffiti with crumbling concrete and needles on the floor. Hear from reporter Joe Harbert who has been covering the story.

Also on today's podcast, more pressure is being put on Eurostar to stop their trains in Kent again.

The services haven't called at Ashford or Ebbsfleet international stations since the pandemic - and there's no sign of them resuming.

Now council bosses have joined forces and want to hear from companies about the impact it's had on them.

A Dartford mum has been telling the podcast about her experience with ADHD, as we mark an awareness month.

Emma Ben Moussa has two children with the condition, and was diagnosed herself just a few years ago. She's been speaking to reporter Keely Greenwood.

Roads bosses have been showing off their fleet of gritters that'll keep the roads clear of snow and ice this winter.

New drivers are currently being trained and 6 depots across the county are stocked with 23-thousand tonnes of salt.

You can head to KentOnline to see how an artist has transformed two dull-looking utility boxes in Tunbridge Wells.

Louise Dean was commissioned to paint some of the street furniture in Calverley Road.

And in sport, Kent Olympian Dame Kelly Holmes has completed a relay triathlon to raise awareness of marine conservation.

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