A Grove of trees in the Scottish Highlands
In memory of Kelvin Allen
For the friends and colleagues of Kelvin and for anyone who knew him
27/11/1954 to 25/11/2014

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Kelvin's friends and colleagues from ICT Services wish to remember Kelvin and to give others the opportunity to mark his untimely passing by buying trees that will last for years to come.


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A year on and you are still remembered.

Donated by Heidi de Haas

30th November 2015

Neil Colbourn donationKelvin .. words cannot describe how much you are missed. Both as a highly respected colleague and a good friend. I've lost count of the times I pondered over your valued advice.

Donated by Neil Colbourn

16th December 2014

Missing our daily calls, chats and emails, your help and laughs will always be missed. A true gentleman. My condolences to his wife, family and friends at this difficult time.

Donated by Graeme Mackay

16th December 2014

Donated by Jon Shepherd

16th December 2014

Donated by Martin Thomson

16th December 2014

Thanks Kelvin for your guidance, help, laughs and keeping me sane when surrounded by madness. You are greatly missed.

Donated by Martin Robinson

11th December 2014

Miss you Kelvin. Your family and friends are in my thoughts. x

Donated by Karen Chisholm

9th December 2014

Highland Council ICT Services Customer Relationship Team  donationTo our dear friend and colleague ... sadly missed by all

Donated by Highland Council ICT Services Customer Relationship Team

8th December 2014

Donated by Norman Yuile

8th December 2014

You will be missed, my condolences to his wife and family and friends

Donated by David Johnstone

8th December 2014

Your sudden death has touched our lives and hearts My heartfell condolences to his wife and his family

Donated by Linda Johnstone

8th December 2014

Donated by friends south of the border

4th December 2014

Remembering you with love and respect from Carol and Derek

Donated by Carol Pritchard

1st December 2014

There are a great many people who will miss Kelvin and who valued him during his life, particularly at work. This grove is an opportunity for anyone who knew him to contribute to the diversity of the Highland environment whilst remembering and honouring Kelvin in a way that we think he would approve of.

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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.
For the friends and colleagues of Kelvin and for anyone who knew him's grove
Trees in this grove:
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