A Grove of trees in the Scottish Highlands
Mr Kite Benefits
23 April 2015

Mr Kite Benefits started putting together fundraising live music events in 1997 when a group of friends in North West England shared their passion for music. To this day, it maintains a simple approach of organising a handful of concerts over the year with each raising funds for different charities. The latter are selected on a basis of being local to Mr Kite Benefits in Lancashire; in response to a major disaster; or a personal connection with the organising team and/or the artist appearing. Since its inception, Mr Kite Benefits has raised over £100,000 for a range of charities.

Trees for Life was selected as a good recipient of their efforts after one of the Mr Kite Benefits team saw an inspiring talk at a conference by founder, Alan Watson Featherstone. Many of the team have connections to Scotland via relatives or happy memories of holidays and are pleased to be involved in this way.

Where indicated, you’ll see that we add trees based on the concerts that we have organised for this purpose. However, we more than welcome any friends who wish to plant a tree or two with us. Thanks to you if you choose to do this.


Add trees to this grove

92 Trees

Thanks to all those who supported us at our Benefit with Kris Drever on March 26th, 2016 at Ramsbottom Civic Hall. Kris already has strong Scottish roots and we’re adding some of our own. You helped plant these trees!

Donated by Mr Kite Benefits

14th July 2016

7 Trees

We’ve been to lots of Mr Kite Benefits and have just opened The House of Beer in Ramsbottom, Lancashire. We decided it was a point in time to raise a toast. Here’s to success in our venture and some trees planted to help yours.

Donated by The House of Beer

4th April 2016

68 Trees

Thanks to all those who supported us at our Benefit with Eliza Gilkyson on May 18th, 2014 at The Met in Bury. You helped plant these trees!

Donated by Mr Kite Benefits

23rd April 2015

10 Trees

23rd April 2015

 
Your grove of trees

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:
177

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