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  1. Hello everyone I've got two old willow trees in my back garden, one that dropped a branch at the start of the year. They have been pollarded in the past but it looks like it wasn't redone for the last 15-20 years. My main question is - is there a good/bad time to get these repollarded? I've been given fairly contrasting advise by people I've spoken to am so am really not sure which way to go at the moment. If I had the work done in the next 2 months, would it be problematic compared to leaving it till early next year? I've attached a couple of photos of the trees in early spring before the leaves started to grow (the trees are very green and healthy now!) Many thanks John


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