Sylvia Claire Stevens (Ne Barton)'s memorial grove
26. 8.1947 - 9. 5. 2009

Sylvia Claire Stevens (Née Barton) grove

Sylvia lightened people's lives, she was lively, optimistic, and always ready to help anyone in need.

Her ability to make, and keep, friends will be her legacy.

Some quotes from her friends read:

"She was always such a pleasure as she gave off such lovely energy".

"Will really miss her infectious laugh".

"The nicest person I ever knew".

Sylvia worked in banking for many years, but during breaks and holidays travelled widely with her partner pursuing their shared interest in history and archaeology.

She was a conscientious and caring daughter and sister who will always be missed by the family and remembered, and loved by all those who knew her.

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To remember Sylvia's birthday

Donated by Mrs S Barton

26th August 2016

In memory of my daughter.

Donated by Mrs S Barton

25th August 2015

In memory of Sylvia's birthday from her mother.

Donated by Mrs S Barton

25th August 2011

From her mother remembering her birthday. For the memorial grove of Sylvia Claire Stevens

7th February 2011

Pud again....remembering with love.

Donated by Ms Lydia Barton

16th December 2010

For your birthday, Sylvie - Love from Pud

27th August 2010

6th July 2009

In memory of my daughter Sylvia

Donated by Mrs S Barton

From her mother to remember her birthday.

Donated by Mrs S Barton

From her Mother to remember her birthday.

Donated by Mrs S Barton

"To celebrate her birthday" from her mother. For Sylvie who loved Christmas x Pud

Donated by Lydia Barton, S. Barton,

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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.
Sylvia Claire Stevens (Ne Barton)'s grove
Trees in this grove: 59

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