Celebrating 25 years of loving each other and of messing about in the woods
Donated by Sue and Pete Creech
9th February 2016
Trees have always featured in the places we have lived, from setting off for a weekend with a bunch of conservation volunteers in Gloucestershire when we first met to helping run a woodland enterprise in our present home in Argyll. In between we've planted trees, discovered woods and got lost in them, met the animals and plants that live in them, cycled, walked and run through them or just sat in them and watched the beavers. We don't have enough woodlands and these trees will help re-cloak Scotland, the place we are proud to call home.
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