Angry single mum blames council for destroying her £575 pram she saved for months to buy leaving her housebound (3 Pics)

Georgia and her six-month-old daughter Maisey

A distraught single mum from has been left fuming after she claims the council destroyed her pram that she saved for months to buy so she could take her two children out.
Georgia Mosley, who lives in an upstairs two-bedroom apartment in Chaddesden, says she and her two children, two-year-old Preston and six-month-old Maisey, have been left house bound it.
The 21-year-old says she noticed that her £575 Silver Cross Wayfarer pram was missing last Friday as she was about to take her son to nursery, reports Derbyshire Live .
She said: “When I found out it was gone, I just cried. I have no other way to take my Maisey out.
“I went downstairs to look at the CCTV at the shop and I saw someone from the council take it away. I was just in tears. I can’t do anything without that pram.
The bottom floor cupboard where Georgia kept her pram

"I can't take the pram up and down the stairs with my kids. I've been trying to get some sort of storage for ages now. I know a lot of people will say 'just get another one' but I can't afford it and it took me such a long time to save up for it".
The pram was bought in August while Georgia was 16 weeks pregnant with Maisey. She says she saved up for months in order to buy it.
Miss Mosley was storing her pram in a downstairs electrical metre room as she is unable to take the pram and her children upstairs to her apartment.
Georgia got in touch with Derby City Council on Monday and claims she was told that her pram was taken away as it posed a “fire risk”.
The full-time mum alleges that she was also told by the council that her pram has since been destroyed and there was no way of getting it back.
The young mum says she has had to keep both of her children at home inside of taking them to the nursery for the entire week because of her situation.
The £575 Silver Cross Wayfarer pram that Georgia says was destroyed by the council

Georgia has now since lodged a complaint with the city council but says she has “no idea” whether or not she is going to get a replacement.

She has been trying to fight for somewhere to store her pram since she moved into the flat for almost three years.
The 21-year-old said she has been fighting to move into a larger house for almost a year due to the lack of storage space and size of her apartment.
She has even written to Labour MP Chris Williamson to try to sort out the issue.
A spokesperson from Derby City Council said: “We have received this issue as a complaint, and are investigating in line with our complaints policy.
“In the interest of health and safety, Derby Homes operates a clear communal area policy, to reduce the risk of people being hindered when evacuating in an emergency."
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