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Naughty beech in Wicksteed Park from yesterday. Plasterer noticed the split on Friday and we removed it the next day. I was kinda hoping it would've come down over night with the storms and saved me a lot of trouble.

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Some from the last few days , willows where easily dealt with bagging an old 16mm lowering rope high up and pulling out with the chipper winch... made a change from cutting every things into little bits...
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Gutted though to see this on a site my father and me cleaned out all the windblow 7 years ago ... now it's just flat.
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One for the weekend, nice multi-stemmed mess that already had a previous large tear out and neighbour was told about the rest of the tree being not in best condition. Aw well.

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3 minutes ago, Mark Bolam said:

Nice anchor!

I’ve used similar before.

SRT for the win!

Use what you've got mark, it was roped up but I figured if it went it wouldn't take me with it.

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