In memory of Neil Butterworth and his love of Scotland.
In loving memory of Neil.
Donated by Judy Butterworth
23rd January 2017
Neil's love of Scotland began as a child on family holidays with his mother, father and sister. He had many fond memories of walking the hills, fishing on the coast for mackerel and the peace and tranquility of Scotland. Later in his life he was drawn to the higher peaks for walking and snow climbing. He also developed a taste for whisky. Neil shared his love of Scotland with us all over the years. During our last family holiday, on the West coast of Scotland, we visited some of Neil's favourite places, including the Isle of Skye and Applecross. His appreciation of the highlands and ancient woodlands led us to begin this grove of trees in Neil's memory. The grove represents hope for the future for Neil's growing family.
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