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7 April 2016, 11:26 | Updated: 7 April 2016, 15:35
Kent will finally get some money to fix its potholes
Over a million pounds is going towards fixing potholes across the county.
The department for Transport has put aside a whopping 6.1 billion pounds to fix the problem across the UK.
Kent has got 1.4 million to fill in 27 thousand holes that have appeared on local roads.
It's the second highest amount awarded to any county in the South East and is determined by the size of the road network.