A disabled woman has hit out after mounds of rubbish were dumped behind a Slough property.

The waste was found strewn across an alleyway on Ratfield Road in Slough.

Neighbours have claimed that the area has been plagued with anti-social behaviour in recent weeks.

One local resident said: "The access to Stratfield road bungalows has been plagued with drug dealing and antisocial activities, last month the whole alleyway was used for fly-tipping.

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"I worried about rats and it completely blocked access for my wheelchair. This morning me my daughter and a neighbour took four hours to bag it all up in heavy bin bags 12 in total.

She also told the Observer that she had contacted the council to have the waste removed but she was reportedly told to take it to a recycling centre.

She said: "I said I cannot as in a wheelchair and cannot, she then hung up on me!"

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When approached for comment, Slough Borough Council (SBC) said that the waste had been cleared at the earliest opportunity.

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A spokesperson from SBC said: "Firstly the only report of flytipping we have received at this site was on Tuesday, July 13 and it was cleared on Wednesday, July 14.

"We would recommend residents report via the website slough.gov.uk/report and it goes straight to the right team."

The neighbour also claimed that the area had been used by drug dealers.

Thames Valley Police have been approached for comment.