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Let it flower it won't show its face for long once it's flowered and warms up. Early pollinators will enjoy it. Apply a granular or spray to treat but it hardly is an issue to be honest
Its one of those plants thats near impossible to truely get rid of. Give it a few weeks and it will disappear for the year anyway.
Thanks for the advice. Sometimes difficult to know what to do for the best on communal areas- you're unlikely to please everyone! I decided to leave an area of celendine for the insects/ pollinators and take the rest down with the grass so there's still some nicely mown area. Hopefully a good compromise.