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Potholes across Kent filled in after M2 outrage

Hundreds of potholes have been filled in, but Kent residents are still unhappy.

Kent County Council have filled in 425 potholes and carried out 17,196sqm of resurfacing this week.

This comes after last week’s closure of the M2, after motorists reported a multiple large potholes which damaged their vehicles.

Drivers had been left with hefty repair bills to their vehicles, after hundreds of potholes took over the motorway.

However, people living in Kent are still unhappy regardless of the works undertaken and took to social media to express their anger over the ongoing issue.

Potholes in Kent are an ongoing issue.

A twitter user commented: “Kent County Council are a bloody joke. I wouldn’t believe a word they say. They can’t even sort out our potholes or bin collections.”

Another added: “M2 potholes yet again on major Kent road. What’s going on? Wait until winter weather and we get the same old excuses!”

If you see a pothole, or your vehicle has been damaged, please contact Highways England to report it. Call 0300 123 5000 or email