Kent County Council wants to close two care homes in the South East and replace two others with alternative arrangements.
They are in Sandwich, Sheerness, Faversham and Maidstone.
But Sue Black, the daughter of one resident of the home in Maidstone, has told ITV News she's furious and will campaign against the plans.
We propose to close two of our homes because they are under-used and the buildings cannot provide quality care into the future without significant investment.
The well-being of the residents that live at, or frequently use the homes is our first and foremost consideration. They are being kept up to date with proposed changes and we will be working with them and their carers to continue to meet their needs.
A group of sixth-formers from Kent have smashed a rugby world record by playing a non-stop game for 31 hours.Read the full story ›
He'd hoped to make a splash by dropping into Sandwich from 10,000 feet - but as it turned out, too many sandwiches were his downfall.
The Free UK Party's Pub Landlord and would-be MP, Al Murray, was banned from a parachuting stunt this morning after weighing in too hefty for the jump.
Unbeaten, he went to Sandwich anyway and we sent reporter David Johns to track his election progress.
He spoke to Al Murray of FUKP and Nigel Askew of the Reality Party.
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Eight hundred years ago, the most important document in the country's legal history was signed.
That document was Magna Carta, and a handful of copies were made in the years afterwards.
Now one of those copies has been found in the Kent History Centre and David Johns has been to see it:
Interviewees: Sir Robert Worcester of the Magna Carta Trust, the mayor of Sandwich, Paul Graeme, and archivist Mark Bateson.
They cut down trees, they swim in streams - no it's not the start of a Monty Python song, we're talking about beavers.
The aquatic mammals went extinct in the UK in the Middle Ages but in recent years there have been moves to bring them back.
David Johns has been to see one such project in Kent. He speaks to John McAllister and Tony Swandale from Kent Wildlife Trust.
Year Two children from Sandwich Infant School planted clay poppies in the churchyard at St Peter's church to remember the fallen on Armistice Day.
Kent Police are trying to find a vulnerable missing person from Sandwich.
Officers are growing increasingly concerned for the welfare of 82-year-old Raymond Baldock, who has been missing from his Gore Lane home since 7pm on Sunday 6 July.
Mr Baldock is described as about 5ft 8ins tall, of slim build with grey hair and glasses. He is believed to have been wearing a grey shirt and a grey hooded cardigan.
Anyone who has seen Mr Baldock or who has information about his whereabouts is asked to call Kent Police on 101, quoting CAD 07-0344.
More jobs are being created at the Pfizer site in Sandwich as another company opens for business. An Australian medical company making fertility products,has set up its manufacturing base with forty new posts.
But as our reporter Nashreen Issa has been finding out, it could just be the beginning.
The Disovery Park at Sandwich - the former site of the drugs company Pfizer - was taken over by hundreds of primary school children this week for Britain's biggest ever science lesson.
Hands-on experiments included extraction of DNA from fruit, murder-mystery forensic tests, and the creation of a witch's cauldron. Nashreen Issa sent this report from the East Kent Science Jamboree.