VIDEO: Hundreds of people turned out to see the traditional Boxing Day meet at Tenterden.
Some youngsters may be dreaming of getting a train set for Christmas but steam enthusiasts in Kent and Sussex have just got their own full sized present.
A group of them have clubbed together to buy the 84 year old loco, and today it took to their tracks for the first time.
A specially adapted carriage for the disabled has come back into service after a two year refurbishment.
"Petros" was launched in Tenterden this morning.
The police and RSPCA in Kent say they want to talk to four youths seen near a house in Tenterden where a 13-year-old cat was attacked while taking a siesta on the drive.
“Buzz Lightyear” was enjoying the evening sun outside his home in Haffenden Road on Monday when it's believed he was assaulted.
The male Birman cat sustained two breaks in his left leg, a breastbone broken in two places, internal bleeding and a bruised jaw.
The vet who examined him said the injuries were consistent with being kicked. Buzz had to be put to sleep because of his injuries.
Buzz’s owner was at home and, hearing a scream, jumped up to see one of the teenagers by his drive.
His neighbour later confirmed that four youths, aged around ten to 13, had been walking down the street at the time.
– RSPCA inspector Dave Grant
We need witnesses to what happened and if anyone knows who these youths are could they please call our Information line on 0300 1238018.
"This cat’s long, happy life was clearly ended very brutally and we will treat any information we get in confidence.”