Stuart and Joanne Hall moved into their home in Ramsey with their children, one-year-old Cleo and two-year-old Kane, in October last year, with the help of Huntingdonshire District Councils rent deposit scheme. The house now has mould growing in the kitchen, bathroom and under the floors, but their landlord has ignored the tenants calls to sort the issue out. HDCs environmental team has visited the High Street home but says there isnt a hazard. The couple joined the councils housing register and were originally graded in the emergency category A, but the council has said it now considers them a low priority. Mr Hall said: We just want to move out: its disgusting living here. Its a health issue as much as anything as my children could get asthma but the council wont help. They just dont want to do anything to help us out. We would like to move to Huntingdon or St Neots because at the moment Im unemployed and keep getting told because I live so far away I cant get a job. We have tried to sort the problem out ourselves but its too much and no matter what we do it keeps coming back. Weve tried to ask the landlord but he left the country for a few months and wont return our calls. His wife added: Cleo and Kane just get ill and sick all the time because of the mould. The environmental team say theres no issue, but there are mushrooms growing in the house. A council spokesman said: Mr and Mrs Halls application to the housing register has been awarded a low priority as they are not keeping to the repayment terms agreed through the Rent Deposit Scheme. Once this issue is resolved, their priority status will be reviewed. Mr Hall has reported that there are some repair issues with their current home. This has been inspected by the councils Environmental Health team and no health and safety hazards have been found. Mr and Mrs Hall have been advised that their best option is to put their efforts into finding another privately-rented home, which we understand they are currently doing. The couple have been told to leave by their landlord and will be forced to find a new home in the next six weeks.