Villagers in Leeds and Langley are calling for a relief road to be built. Residents have been putting support signs outside their houses calling for a bypass to be built as a way to reduce the amount of traffic that passes through the area.
When builders at a Gillingham church started knocking through the site's walls, little did they think they'd come across a 19th century time capsule. A Victorian coin, newspapers from 1881 and a letter from an internationally renowned minister were all unearthed by the workers at the town's Baptist Church.
Residents in Kent could be facing the end of the traditional 9 to 5 working day. That's according to a study by YouGov, saying that almost 1 in 2 people now work flexible hours as it encourages them to stay in a job for longer. Figures say the most desired shift is now the 8am to 4pm with only a minority of workers preferring the traditional workplace hours. We asked shoppers in Chatham what hours they work.
Catch up on all the latest news from across your county. Our top stories this evening: Highways England say they will make all upgrades to the M20, homeowners split on planned new relief road near Maidstone and Medway School discovers a 19th century time capsule.
After a successful campaign by Malling residents revisions to the works on the M20 will now costs millions of pounds. All four lanes of the stretch of motorway will now be paved with quieter tarmac, after MP Tom Tugendhat and other councilors demanded the improvements.