A medieval dungeon has been unearthed in Faversham in Kent when contractors were digging a new water main. It's believed the gaol dates from the mid century .
An elderly woman's prized collection of teddy bears, ornaments and jewellery has been stolen form her home on Newhouse Lane in Shelwich.
The items included antique jewellery, china and ceramic ornaments, as well as several Steiff teddy bears and Wedgwood china vases, clocks and plates.
The collection is worth tens of thousands of pounds and holds sentimental value for the victim who has been collecting for decades.
A watch belonging to her late husband was also taken. It is believed the burglar loaded the goods into a cardboard box, wrapping each piece in linen to keep it safe.
Reports of M2 London bound partially blocked, queueing traffic due to accident between J6 A251 (Faversham) and J5 A249 (Sittingbourne/Stockbury Roundabout).Reports traffic is getting past on the hard shoulder.
One of the most valuable pieces of paper owned by any council in Britain has gone on display in Kent.Faversham Council's copy of the Magna Carta is valued at more than fifteen million pounds.
For security reasons it usually it has to be locked away, but residents were given the chance to view it as part of this year's Faversham Festival. Sue Brockman from Faversham Town Council spoke to Meridian reporter Iain McBride about the discovery.