Parents have been left needing to find alternative childcare arrangements after a nursery in Medway suddenly announced it was closing.
Bosses at The Sunflower Nursery in Chatham are blaming recruitment issues.
Meantime, campaigns are under way across the county to try and save 35 children's centres that are at risk of closure.
It's part of the county council's plan to save millions of pounds amid huge pressure on their budgets.
Hear from a mum who uses a Ramsgate nursery that's at risk, we've also been speaking to the manager there and the lady in charge of children's services at the county council.
Also in today's podcast, a Kent MP is promising government plans to tackle the crisis in the NHS will include recruiting more staff.
You're going to start to see adverts telling you to take photo ID if you want to vote at the local elections in May.
It will also apply to General Elections from October. Hear from bosses at Gravesham Borough Council.
The new owners of a Kent pub insist turning it into a place for car lovers won't encourage so-called boy racers.
Roger Gray and Edd Little have taken over the Halfway House in Challock, between Ashford and Canterbury.
Three teenagers have been praised for saving an elderly man who collapsed in Rainham High Street.
The Howard School sixth-formers sat down with the 81 year-old, gave him some water and carried his shopping home after he fell.
Zara Larsson's been telling our sister radio station kmfm how her new song was inspired by 80s music...
She teamed up with MNEK to write 'Can't Tame Her'.
And in sport, it was a point for Gillingham on the road at the weekend.
They drew 3-3 with Swindon - hear from manager Neil Harris.