Doug Martin, of Black Butts Lane, said: "We had problems with the first couple of collections and this week again has been total chaos. "These comedians shouldn't be talking about more members until they can cope with the ones they've got at the minute." Rosemary Mason, of Plymouth Street, Walney, also hit out after the delays left bins "cluttering the streets." She said: "We leave our bins out for collection but the last couple of times they've been left there for days without being emptied.
"I've tried calling the council about it but they just say it isn't their problem. "On the letter FCC sent out it has a phone number on and when you do get through you just get a recorded message. "The state of the streets around here are bad enough as it is with all the weeds and rubbish lying around, now we've got bins there too cluttering the streets.
The £1,000 donation in memory of Josh West was presented by Josh's parents Lee West and Nicola Lancaster to club chairman Tom Tomsett (front right of centre).
The incident occurred around 5.40pm yesterday on New Road. The offender is described as a white male, around 25 years old, approx.
The firm is set to welcome new members to the Garden Waste Club after shutting its books weeks after the launch in April, leaving many residents around the town unable to dispose of their green waste.
The club costs £35-per-year, and many residents have been left frustrated about the service.
WASTE collection services were labelled a "joke" and a "damn disgrace" by disgruntled residents.
Two Walney neighbours joined forces this week to criticise FCC Environment for their repeated problems with the service after more delays to bin collections.
Witnesses spoke of their terror as Bird drove through Whitehaven with the shotgun hanging out of the window of his taxi.“With so many memories it was quite disturbing to go back one last time."Taking a look now, it’s obvious that a lot of time, thought and money went into this place.Police said that, after leaving the town, the gunman travelled south along the coast, shooting people in Gosforth, Seascale and Egremont before turning inland and ending up in Boot. Rod Davies, landlord of Gosforth Hall Inn, said the close-knit Cumbrian communities were shaken by the tragedies."There's a lot of very strong feeling of absolute shock.