Lisa Cunningham & Ian Allsop's wedding/partnership grove

Lisa Cunningham & Ian Allsop grove

Lisa & Ian have got pretty much all they need for their house, so have decided that donations towards replanting the Caledonian Forest would be a good alternative. Thank you for deciding to do this and we look forward to visiting the area where 'our' trees will be planted, when we're old & grey (well, one of us is grey already...)

Love from Lisa & Ian

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28th August 2009

Donated by Lisa and Ian

For Lisa and Ian for happiness together now and always. Love Uncle Bob & Aunty Rowena

Donated by Uncle Bob & Aunty Rowena

With congratulations, love and best wishes for a happy marriage, growing together like the trees. Aunty Lillie & Uncle Tony

Donated by Aunty Lillie & Uncle Tony

Wishing you every happiness for the future. Love Steve, Sara and Nathan

Donated by Steve, Sara and Nathan, Rob, Cleo and Lily

Donated by Father Leonard Skinner

Happniness forever, Pete

Donated by Pete

This to wish you both all the good things in life for ever from those Wiltshire Witches, Jackie and Liz, and of course, Shirley. We shall be imbibing a special glass to you both on the 5th September! Lots of love xxxxxxxxxx

Donated by Wiltshire Witches, Jackie and Liz, Shirley

Wishing you all posible happiness, lots of love from Ann.

Donated by Ann

From Roshi

Donated by Roshi

With best wishes from Perse Happiness, Vanessa and Paulx

Donated by Perse, and Vanessa and Paul

Wishing you every happiness. Penny and Barry, Rupert and Sholto

Donated by Penny and Barry, Rupert and Sholto

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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.
Lisa Cunningham & Ian Allsop's grove
Trees in this grove: 119

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