A Grove of trees in the Scottish Highlands
The Rumblie

Fiona run's The Rumblie Guest House as an Eco place to stay - www.rumblie.com. This grove has been set up as part of The Rumblie's sustainable approach to its operations. We welcome our friends and guests in supporting this grove and Trees for Life's efforts in the restoration of wild forests.


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2 Trees

Donation by Bob Meikle after staying with us.

Donated by The Rumblie Guest House

18th July 2016

2 Trees

Donation from Anna & Gill from Ballater, while on honeymoon.

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21st June 2016

1 Tree

Donation from Kirsty, Alex, Bernie, and Helen our American Guests from Newengland.

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21st June 2016

2 Trees

Dontations collected for pick ups and drop off's for East Highland Way walkers.

Donated by The Rumblie Guest House

8th June 2016

2 Trees

Donation from David Forester of Thatcham. On his second visit enjoying the East Highland way in reverse.

Donated by The Rumblie Guest House

6th June 2016

2 Trees

Donation from Elaine Oates from Northallerton. Has been visiting the Rumblie for over 10 years and always supportive of Trees in the Highlands. A great outdoors person.

Donated by The Rumblie Guest House

6th June 2016

5 Trees

Donation from George Simpson of Lochness Travel, for the Rumblies efforts in supporting the East Highland Way.

Donated by The Rumblie Guest House

6th June 2016

1 Tree

Donated to the Rumblie Grove, From David and Val Hawkins, after staying at the Rumblie.

Donated by David and Val Hawkins

13th May 2016

1 Tree

Dedicated to Laurie and Lauren to the Rumblie Grove, from Grandad David and Grandma Val Hawkins.

Donated by Laurie and Lauren

13th May 2016

51 Trees

Donated by Margaret and Viv Thomas

15th December 2015

30 Trees

Donated by The Rumblie

5th September 2012

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The trees in this grove will be carefully planted in protected sites in the Scottish Highlands where they will create homes for wildlife and forests for the future.

Scots pine against a summer blue sky.
Twinflowers in bloom on pine woodland floor.
A Scotch argus butterfly on common ragwort.
This grove in numbers
Trees in this grove:
99

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