Large over-mature willow trees required dismantling while in the river and then winching out for disposal; all a bit tricky but the 30-ton winch and tele(scopic) handler saved the day again.
The pictures show Rich, Steve, Justin and Mark hard at work.
Roadside pollard of willow trees in Warminster today
29 Jan 2018
For details of our tree surveys service please see here.
A few more pics of the roadside tree works in the north of the county We’ve been cutting back the roadside willows in Marston Meysey – clearing the willow trees that have become too large and are hanging onto the roadway
Marston Meysey is 3 miles (5 km) northeast of Cricklade on the county boundary with Gloucestershire.
Reduction to some large willows including one which had fallen across the river and on top of beehives !!
Trevor has been pollarding willows at Durrington for Wiltshire Wildlife Trust so they can use the branches and timber to reinforce the river banks
Durrington village lies about 2 miles north of Amesbury, 10 miles north of the city of Salisbury, and 2 1⁄2 miles northeast of the Stonehenge monument. It is on the eastern part of Salisbury Plain, the largest remaining area of chalk …
Well, not exactly, but we did undertake some work for Crown Estates in Devizes for the reduction of overhanging willow on Crown Estate.
A group of 3 willow trees had become too tall for their position and were in need of a reduction.