A Cumbria mother has vowed to boycott Iceland after receiving a shopping delivery which included smashed eggs, missing bread and 'mouldy' ice pops.

Shirrelle McCulloch, was receiving her online delivery from the city's St Nicholas Gate retail park on February 4 when she noticed it was littered with issues, leaving her concerned for her family's safety.

Despite claiming she received half of someone else's order, Ms McCulloch said the delivery came with a pack of damaged eggs, half a loaf of bread missing, and both ice pops and a crate of 24 cans of Vimto contaminated with 'mould'.

"The one thing that got me was the ice pops, one of them is filled with mould," she said.

"My youngest is two years old and is allergic to penicillin, if I hadn’t realised when I put them in the freezer, I would’ve given her that the next day.

A spokesperson from Iceland said: "We take customer satisfaction seriously and we apologise for any inconvenience caused.

"We encourage the customer to contact us urgently via email or telephone, so we can resolve this issue as a matter of priority.

"We will offer a full refund and a gesture of goodwill for the inconvenience caused," they said.