Podcast: Dog walkers wrongly threatened with fines by council wardens

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Dog walkers have been wrongly accused of flouting new restrictions and threatened with fines near Whitstable.Officials have been approaching pet owners along Tankerton slopes and insisting the area is covered by a new Public Spaces Protection Order, which bans owners from letting dogs off their leads.Aldo in today’s episode, election candidates have been taking part in a hustings in Canterbury as they try to build support from voters.Representatives from most of the major parties took part, but Labour's Rosie Duffield was not there.A bird of prey centre has launched an urgent fundraiser for a new roof after being told the current one is beyond repair.The site in Eynsford has also become a wildlife sanctuary, taking in other animals including meerkats.It is hoped a theatre programme for asylum seekers in Canterbury will help give refugees more optimism for their future.Workshops have been running at the Uni of Kent for the last 20 weeks to give groups living at Napier Barracks in Folkestone the chance to socialise and express themselves.It comes as we mark World Refugee Day.A microbar near Hythe has been given permission to keep its outdoor seating area.Bosses at Unit 1 near the Royal Military Canal had to put in retrospective planning permission after it was set up during Covid.And, England are in action again at the Euros today - but what are the rules if you want to watch it at work?.Gareth Southgate's side kick off their second group game against Denmark at 5pm when some might still be in the office.